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data set

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1. An electronic device that provides an interface in the transmission of data to a remote station.
2. A collection of related data records on a computer-readable medium, such as a disk.

data set

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(Computer Science) computing another name for file17
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Neudata , started thinking about data scouting as an outsourced service for asset managers, he was worried he might not unearth enough new data sets.
Our method provides an improvement in visualizing class structures of multivariate data sets on the radial visualization.
Scalability: In many of the environments in order to find neighbors in collaborative filtering it requires a lot of time to doing the certain computations until finding similar users or items, because the data sets contain a million users and items.
Subsequently, these data sets were completed using multiple imputation (MI) method.
Most MSI data sets range from tens of gigabytes to several terabytes in size.
If we show it with a couple of data sets, then it's more likely to be true in general," says Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye, an MIT graduate student in media arts and sciences who is first author on both papers.
The issue of what BMR may be appropriate as a starting point has been addressed to a certain extent by studies that have compared actual NOAEL and BMDL values across several data sets.
Wolfram Research, the maker of the popular Mathematica computational software, has released a new platform for visualising and interacting with complex data sets, the company announced today.
The pipeline architecture works by streaming large data sets instead of reading the entire data set into memory at once, and the platform allows users to analyze gigabytes of data on existing hardware, without requiring additional RAM or migrating to 64-bit operating systems.
Twenty-five years ago, ILI (In-Line Inspection) tools were able to collect single data sets limited to specific purposes.
It appears that for every drop in percentage on 140-screen data, the 70-screen data pick up the slack and shifts the sand volume, indicating a strong correlation between the two data sets.
CDP provides atomic data sets for repurposing with far more flexibility than snapshots.