subschema


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subschema

[′səb‚skē·mə]
(computer science)
An individual user's partial view of a data base.

subschema

Pronounced "sub-skee-mah." In database management, an individual user's partial view of the database. The schema is the entire database.
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The general schema for NA compounds will therefore dominate a subschema in which the meaning of the adjective is specified as having the meaning 'high degree of, and this subschema in its turn will dominate a number of subschemas in which the adjective slot is lexically specified as bloed, bom, stront, etc, as it is specific lexical items that can perform this role of intensifier, and some of these can be used for coining new adjectives of this semantic type.
Component nesting can be applied to a schema [S.sub.1] to replace a component C of a type R by a complete subschema [S.sub.2] that is rooted at a type T.
(5a)), and the minor subschema whose extraction they are likely to have supported, qualify as extensions of a schema which is instantiated by adjectives like powerless and shameless (cf.
'LIKE(N)' comprises the 'comparative' as well as the 'corresponding' subschema, entailing that the referent of the collocator is evaluated with respect to the concept of the base (e.g.
[[rho].sub.weak] receives SPS and IPD and returns weak subschema similarities.
In support, Rudman and Borgida proposed that, under a general gender schema, different subschemas are stored and can be differentially activated.
Among the five subschemas in the disconnection/rejection domain, the emotional deprivation and mistrust/abuse schemas did not have a significant effect on peer connectedness.
It should be noted that the schemas encompass some internal variation or subschemas and that the realization of each of them depends naturally on a particular language's morphological and syntactic features.
(8.) There are subschemas below the schema in question, but they are abbreviated for the sake of simplicity.
In our case, hypermedia users hold a number of representations in memory, composed of "information packets" (about the hypermedia system they are browsing, its contents, formal organization, etc.) and organized together in a schematic way, so that the representation of the whole system includes formal and semantic aspects, even though some specific subschemas only represent one or another of these aspects.
The ATML Common schema defines common types and attribute groups among the other eight schemas or their subschemas. This schema simply is a toolbox for the other schemas.
Since repeated observation of a phenomenon may cause schemas to change and subschemas to form (Bem, 1993; Haslett & Lipman, 1997), continuous exposure to traditional roles or characteristics in gender-segregated departments may create more traditional gender schemas, which strengthen as tenure increases.