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map index

Graphic key primarily designed to give the relationship between sheets of a series, their coverage, availability, and further information on the series. See also map.
Translations
carte-index
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We chose the Maybank IB Australia Plus Index (MAP Index) as it is a proprietary index comprising of a basket of stocks listed on the Australian Securities Exchange with an active asset allocation strategy investment to optimise the investment return within a targeted volatility.'
Acquiring your location information enables you to use functions such as the Map Index. You wonAEt get lost.
Click on the map index page to find out the number of the map that corresponds with the township, range and section.
Query flexibility and the ability to perform index scans efficiently, as well as good selectivity from a combination of predicates in a where clause, means that a bit map index is useful in a data warehouse.
Among the limitations in the use of MRPI cards is: (1) the failure to identify the proper parcel identification code on the map index; (2) the lack of information on structure locations on the site; (3) incomplete coverage of the state (only 58 of 83 counties in the state have cards on file at the State Archive, and the completeness of each counties' set of cards is unknown); and (4) no information on the inter-reliability of surveyor assessments.
On leaving the ferry at Folkestone he found the first Newcastle in the map index and set off for the Midlands.
(For a free map index, call the USGS at 415/329-4391.)
Maps in Series; Online Map Index; Special Map Collections
(3) The index structure can adequately handle low cardinality keys, but may not be as efficient as a bit map index. (4) A hash index will typically suffer collision problems with low cardinality key data.
Max also spoke about the University of Adelaide's departmental map collection, the accessioning of maps, and classification by area using map indexes.
It is impossible to determine exact coverage without access to original production records or cataloges, however, the availability of global and regional map indexes together with map sheets at 1:15,000,000, 1:2,500,000, 1:1,000,000, 1:500,000, and 1:200,000 scales, with further territories (including areas within the British Isles) covered at 1:100,000 and 1:50,000 scales, provide sufficient evidence of its general scope (Watt 2005; Cruickshank 2007, 2010).
He identifies the most important innovation in the fifth edition as the disk, which contains exercises that can be printed, filled out, and turned in as well as demonstrations of exercises and auxiliary information such as map indexes and incidental notes on some recordings.