DBMS


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DBMS

abbr.
database management system

DBMS

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) database management system

DBMS

database management system: a set of software programs for controlling the storage, retrieval, and modification of organized data in a computerized database.
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Noun1.DBMS - a software system that facilitates the creation and maintenance and use of an electronic database
software, software package, software program, software system, computer software, package - (computer science) written programs or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read/write memory; "the market for software is expected to expand"
relational database management system - a database management system designed to manage a relational database
object-oriented database management system - a database management system designed to manage an object-oriented database
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in [45, 46] proposed a Cellular DBMS that is based on the layer model.
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The following additional documentation pertaining to each DBMS is retained:
LLC acquired Deutsche Bank Berkshire Mortgage (DBBM), the former parent company of DBMS and a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank.
Further, DBMS controls data access, enforces data integrity, maintains concurrency and helps in restoring data from back-ups.
For a complimentary copy of IDC's "Worldwide Embedded DBMS 2007-2011 Forecast and 2006 Vendor Shares" report, visit: http://www.
IDC presented findings in a report released on January 5, 2010: 'Worldwide Embedded DBMS 2010-2013 Forecast and 2008 Vendor Shares' (document 221438).
The Empress DBMS provides the features and functionality that you have come to expect with relational database systems.
As of June 30, 2009, DBMS was the primary servicer for 2,265 non-CMBS loans totaling $28.