meta-data


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meta-data

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1. (Communications & Information) computing information that is held as a description of stored data
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The '732 Patent will allow for a device and software to interface with breath analysis devices and the Company's digital video recording devices to capture meta-data for law enforcement officers when conducting traffic stops, specifically field sobriety tests.
Brightleaf's technology that can extract meta-data from contractual documents, is built using Natural Language Processing, Semantic Intelligence and AI technologies, and is capable of handling structured, semistructured and unstructured legal and contractual documents customized to client requirements.
Your ideal NDR deployment leverages cloud threat intelligence based on data, collected from millions of endpoints globally, for out-of-band network traffic meta-data analytics based on AI, ML and advanced heuristics.
Users have cutting-edge features such as notes, sharing, highlights, full text and meta-data searching, bookmarks and analytics with dashboards.
Development of comprehensive rules of use and meta-data documentation for Orphacodes use in clinical health information and other applications that has been developed and rigorously tested in health care systems from EC countries of varying sizes, health information systems, and languages 2.
The buckets in Ring ORAM store z real blocks, s dummy blocks, and some meta-data. The meta-data in each bucket indicate the addresses of the blocks stored within the bucket as well as a validity flag for each block.
meta-data, as well as automated processes for signing documentation.
Each emails are migrated to the PST file keeping all the Meta-data of the mails intact after the conversion.
This design enables EU-based enterprises to confine the storage and processing of all their files, meta-data, and personal information to the EU region.
"It's called meta-data tracking, and it's done over three hops."
Recent reports are said to indicate that at least one full-time worker equivalent per week is devoted to managing measurement data and related meta-data in the modern laboratory.
The first phase consists of two steps: 1) Generation of meta-data; 2) Encrypting the Meta-data.