virtual database


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virtual database

A single view into multiple databases as if they were one. See EII.
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When this is done properly, the data is federated into a single virtual database and becomes actionable when making decisions related to improving the customer experience as well as the financial, clinical and operational performance of the health care plan.
Images of the bodies have now been put on a virtual database, bringing
However unstructured data is really large and today there is more unstructured data out there than structured data and this is where a virtual database product can help.
These kinds of advances are only a few examples of the value that virtual databases and evidence-based design can bring to the healthcare industry as a whole.
Biblecard--network-based virtual database for laboratory information.
The virtual database will be the first time that the thousands of names commemorated across the country will be collected together in one public place, according to organisers.
We show that data and computational resources can be assembled together through the Internet to build a virtual database for Decentralized Knowledge Discovery.
"We are about to model all the [continental U.S.] based MOUT facilities, and we are going to give those facilities the same virtual database that the soldiers fight on live," he said.
Spain's Family Planning Federation, the Danish Centre for Human Rights and the Irish Family Planning Association to contribute to the Women's Link Worldwide virtual database of judicial decisions related to women's rights with a special focus on violence against women and sexual and reproductive health and rights, On line at http://www.womenslinkworldwide.
Virtuoso offers all of these capabilities, together with unique Virtual Database functionality that provides a highly effective solution to the problem of seamlessly integrating multiple customer databases.
Perhaps the most intriguing function offered by Tamino - a feature that other database vendors plan to introduce soon - is X-Node, which provides the ability to tap data from non-XML data sources, so that Tamino can be used as the hub of a federated or virtual database.
Thomson ePIB integrates Thomson Financial content, third-party sources, and selected proprietary data into one virtual database that includes financials, news articles, merger and acquisition deals, new issues, ownership, earnings estimates, daily pricing, block trading activity, and investment research.

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