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data dictionary

n
(Computer Science) computing an index of data held in a database and used to assist in the access to data. Also called: data directory
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The acquisition of a Business Dictionary / Data Dictionary / DataLineage Tool to facilitate the implementation of the BCBS-239 requirements.
Multiple data dictionary documents in a design project enable large or geographically dispersed development teams to work independently within an integrated project.
The company said that the combined power of the two applications makes it possible to create and store customised ICD-9 and ICD-10 mappings, and leverages the industry-standard vocabularies of the 3M Healthcare Data Dictionary to provide coded, computable data that people can understand and software applications can use and process in real-time.
Each data dictionary is developed in consultation with an advisory group, consisting of program and data collection managers and staff.
Although other initiatives have dealt with preservation metadata for digital resources, they have been implementation-specific or theoretical, but the PREMIS data dictionary is a set of semantic units (i.
This group of worldwide online agricultural experts has been set up to expedite the consideration and approval of valid Data Dictionary (DD) requests.
draft a data dictionary to support the core preservation metadata element set;
Two overarching goals led NISO and AIIM to develop this data dictionary.
The draft must also include a data dictionary that specifies technology- or business-specific terms and acronyms, as well as any potentially ambiguous words or concepts.
We are in the process of creating a data dictionary to be the single source for the industry.
This tool is the principal method by which the logical data dictionary and corresponding extensible markup language (XML) tags necessary for online transactions will be established.
The TMS software development efforts were the catalyst for fostering standardization among the Army, Navy, and Air Force, as well as the production of a standard data dictionary for international training.