meta-data


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meta-data

pl n
1. (Communications & Information) computing information that is held as a description of stored data
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Document meta-data is information 'about' a document, or information on its properties.
The design of the new file system is based on both a total separation of data and meta-data blocks, and a specialized treatment of meta-data blocks.
The resulting data from the secondary analysis is then stored in a new data file and archived with the other raw data, and a corresponding meta-data record is created in the meta-data database.
The background to the IMS Learning Resource Meta-Data standard is below.
0 extends the ease with which an Abilizer solution can seamlessly integrate with an enterprise's existing application infrastructure by introducing additional dimensions of rules-based information targeting and a new file-based XML meta-data repository.
Some backup packages have manual work arounds for backing up meta-data not accessible through the file system interface.
In addition to a lower cost of ownership, Endeca and its partners enable quick and easy integration of the transcript and meta-data information from audio and video content, providing joint customers with a richer user experience to deliver to their end users.
The response sent by the presentation server to the client contains meta-data for the audio and video content.
The Accellion Managed File Transfer system also features a new Envelope Designer which enables the creation of custom file envelopes to capture meta-data associated with each file - an industry first.
The patent secures InStranet's ability to define a data model and related meta-data for tagging complete or partial documents which ensures knowledge is easily accessible and personalized based on the document type and user attributes.