To recall to mind; to recollect; to remember; to meditate.
A record is one row of a table; it is a group of related tables which is treated as part of a particular subject (table).
In a relational database, each record corresponds to a row (tuple) in a table.
A set of information that belongs together, made up of fields. In the tables, a record comprises the data along a horizontal row.
The act of storing an audio signal for later playback. The input to a tape recorder.
A collection or listing of related fields or categories in a database file. (DB, Gr. 5)
In a database, a collection of information about a single entity.
A group of fields relating to a particular object or transaction.
a related set of data which are contained in fields
a single data entry with some or all database fields specified. For instance an address book record would refer to one person along with his or her name, phone number, and so forth. In a spreadsheet or tabular list, a row may correspond with a record.
Record is a verb and is similar to write or encode.
A set of related information usable by a computer.
A row of data defined by a Prospect (e.g. all information relating to John Doe, including name, address, etc.). This data can be a reference to multiple tables, or a reference to a record within a particular module function (e.g. a Contact record as reference to a single entry in a Prospect's set of contact records).
A record is a single unit of data within a database that may contain certain fields of different types.
Can be either of the following: A set of logically related data items (in a file) that is treated as a unit; such a record contains one or more fields. This definition applies to I/O records and items that are declared in a record structure. One or more data items that are grouped in a structure declaration and specified in a RECORD statement.
A record is the set of information for a single particular product in an affiliate data feed. Data feeds can have hundreds to ten-of-thousands of records. When viewed in tabular format (such as MS Excel), each record corresponds to a row, and includes all of the record's attributes. Example: http://affiliates.bettymills.com/-ad/264528/CD252/ frs300 Large, plastic cabinets ideal for Re-Fresh Gel Air Fresheners (FRS 12-4G series)â€¦ 3.98
A single row of thematic characteristics in an attribute table.
A group of logically related attribute descriptors for one feature (e.g., a house in an attribute table that contains information about houses in a community). It is commonly displayed as a row in a relational attribute table. Contrast with item.
A record can be any amount of bibliographic data that represents a library item. The data can be minimal or more detailed information can be provided such as a bibliographic record.
In database terms, a record is one set of inputs to a set of fields. For example: Bob, Analyst, 555-5555 may be one record from the set of records consisting of all inputs to the database fields: first name, title, phone number. See file.
an individual row in a file containing data about one person, place, or thing based on designated items of interest (fields).
Within Integration Server, a record defines the structure of some meaningful entity, such as a purchase order, configuration data, etc.
A unique number within the database containing information about a particular thing. Each thing maybe a different item, customer, vendor, employee or sales transaction and is stored in a record. Each record consists of several fields used to store information about each thing. Fifty customers would require fifty records with one customer in each record.
An alternative name for row.
A collection of information stored in a database table as a single unit. One or more records may be included in a single block.
In a computer data file, one record is equivalent to one questionnaire, or one interview. In a word-processing file, a record is one line or paragraph on the screen.
The storage representation of a single row of a table.
All information displayed in the window for an item.
An entry in a catalog or research database. Most records in research databases appear in the form of citations.
a collection of one or more data elements. (See Data Element, and File).
A record is information or data that has been collected and kept. go back
In an ArcView table, rows of data. For example, each polygon feature has a separate record.
A collection of related data items. The data items are particular to that record, but fall under the general heading of the file name.
Recorded information, regardless of medium or characteristics. Any paper, book, microfilm, card, magnetic tape, disk, map, or any copy or printout that has been received by an organization and has been used by that organization or its successors as evidence of its activities or because of the information contained. In databases, in electronic record keeping systems, a collection of related data fields.
A collection of related fields in a database. Also called a row.
A collection of related fields comprising one item in a data file, such as a complete book record in an on-line catalog.
A record is the basic unit of information storage in Catalyzer. Every record has a single Class which specifies which fields must be filled in. For example a class "Publication" may specify you need fields including "author", "date", "journal", "title". A record of class "Publication" is a specific instance - and could be composed of values "Bob", "1 Jan", "Nature", "Rabbits gone crazy".
a group of adjoining positions (fields) of information, also of non-homogeneous ones, which can be accessed through different modalities. See Attributes Table.
Burst of data from the wave measuring device (usually 2048 seconds).
A complete unit of related data items stored in named data fields in a database.
applications: One set of related information in a database. In an address book, all the information about each person (name, address, phone and so on) comprises one record. The individual components of a record are held in fields; every record in one database has the same fields (filled or empty). A record is analogous to a row in a spreadsheet.
A record is defined as the set of data elements of the "hospital discharge abstract data record," as specified in Subdivision (g) of Section 128735 of the Health and Safety Code, for one patient.
A collection of data about a particular entity, such as a person, place, event, or some other item. Records are represented as rows in Datasheet view.
In a database, one complete entry consisting of one or more fields of data.
For diskette I/O, a group of bytes delimited by EOLs ($9B). For cassette I/O, this is a group of 132 bytes which is composed of two marker characters for cassette speed measurement, a control byte, 128 data bytes, and the checksum byte.
in a file-oriented environment a record is a collection of fields that normally contain information about one individual or entity. A record may contain many segments so that it corresponds to one or more rows in a relational environment.
a data structure consisting of a fixed number of values that are referenced by field names. The fields of a record are variables.
a bibliographic citation of a journal article. Synonym of citation.
An extensible set of files that may include signal files, annotation files, and a `header' file, all of which are associated with the same original signals. Only the `header' file is mandatory. Although records are sometimes called tapes for historical reasons, records are now more commonly maintained on optical or magnetic disks than on tape.
In a database, one set of information.
An individual entry in a database; for example, a user record or a bibliographic record.
A line of information under a collection of fields.
The basic unit of information in a database. Most of our databases have bibliographic records. On a CD-ROM, a record often includes the title, author, journal name, year, other publication information, and an abstract of a journal article.
A machine-readable record that contains bibliographic information about a separately cataloged item, set, or serial. It also contains coded information used to retrieve and manipulate data. In WorldCat, a bibliographic record is in OCLC-MARC format.
A complete unit of related data items expressed in a number of named data fields. (7/96)
(1) A print of a well log. (2) A sequence of data on magnetic tape.
A set of data that can be accessed or sequenced as desired. A record typically consists of fields (or just one field) of data pertaining to a single entity within a table.
A Record is a generic term for a 'row' in the database, just like a card. A record very often represents a 'piece' of content. The dynamic functionality and much of the content of Joomla relies on a database in order to function.
(1) (ISO) a group of related data elements treated as a unit. [A data element (field) is a component of a record, a record is a component of a file (database)].
A physical record is a chunk of data that has a specified and constant size in bytes or that is clearly delimited from other records by a newline character or sector of a disk or other means identifiable to a computer program reading the file.
a row of data stored in a table
A collection of related data, arranged in fields and treated as a unit when searching a database.
The description of a single item in a library catalog.
A row of attribute data contained in a table. The following picture shows a highlighted record in a table.
A record in your database is like a page or a notecard. In your database, you will have one record for each source work and each research note you take. Records in the database are displayed on the screen using a form for the type of source work
a piece of data treated as a unit.
A sequence of attribute values stored in a database table.
A collection of fields or related data treated as a unit, residing in a file. A contiguous group of bytes whose structure is known by the file system. A record can consist of more than one line of data in a file continued with the ampersand ( ) character at the end of each line.
A unit in a database containing descriptive information about the item it represents. For example, in an article index, each record describes one article.
In a database, a form on which is recorded data about one of many similar things. This could be title, author, publisher, publication date etc of a book, or name, address, phone number, date of birth, medical history and occupation of a person. The data you enter when you fill in a form usually becomes a record.
A record is a an single row of data in a data table.
a composite object within a table that comprises several fields
Is a unit of data in a field or database. For example a catalogue record contains data about a book that, includes: title, author, subject and publication details.
An electronic representation of an information item in a database (a journal article in a journal database or a library item in a library catalogue). Each item is represented by one record in the database. In full-text databases, each record includes an entire article.
a collection of related data that is arranged in fields forming a unit. The data for a book in the LINCC catalog or for an article in a database such as ERIC makes up a record.
The description of an item (book, video, etc.) in a database file. A record is usually broken down into smaller units of information known as fields.
a collection of related data, arranged in fields and treated as a unit. The data for each item in an electronic database makes up a record. Records are discussed in OWL 4.
The data relating to a publication on which a catalogue or other entry is based. Each record includes fields that describe the publication.
a full unit of information in a database. Records are comprised of fields.
Group of bytes in a file. A physical record consists of 128 bytes and is the basic unit of data transfer between the operating system and the application program. A logical record might vary in length and is used to represent a unit of information. Two 64-byte employee records can be stored in one 128-byte physical record. Records are grouped together to form a file.
a collection of related data stored in a computer. Records are usually organized into computer files, just as business documents may be stored away in file cabinet folders.
1) A document representing specific information that is often historical or legal in nature. A record can be something that recalls past events or it can an official document that records the acts of a public body or officer. 2) In libraries, the term record is often used to describe a catalogue record or a record in a database. A record in a database represents one unit or file of information.
A set of related data items treated as a unit. From [IEEE90].
Logically, a collection of application data elements related by some application-level semantic. Physically, a record can be stored and retrieved (or sent and received) as a byte array or as a Java object. See Record Framework.
a single collection of fields in a database.
A groups of items in a file treated as a unit. For example, all data items for a census tract can be grouped as a record and assigned to a single segment of a magnetic tape or other media file for convenient storage and retrieval.
an individual component of a database containing information such as citation(s), statistics, text, etc.
A unit of information in a database. In a library catalog, each record represents a book or other item owned by the library. In an address database, each record represents a person or organization. Use the "Back" button at the top of your screen to return to the previous screen.
Capture audio, video, or still images as digital data in a file.
The representation of a particular item in a database. A record is generally divided into various fields, each of which represents a type of information that describes or identifies that item. (See also Field).
A collection of related data items (attributes) treated as a unit. One occurrence of an entity.
A single entry in a file. An item in a list. This might be a mailing address, an inventory item, etc.
A set of fields containing information collected for a given woman or child which is stored in the computer information system.
The group of settings or collection of data for an individual subscriber, class of service, or other Cisco Unity entity.
This means one item. A single contact would be called a record. Record is used generically to refer to any data type. For example, one activity would be a single record. The data within a record is referred to as fields.
A set of data items held within a data file. Each record would then form one letter.
A group of one or more data elements which are stored together and which represent information which relates to a common topic. A record may be automated, or it may be a business document.
A collection of related data treated as a unit. It commonly makes up one horizontal row of information in a database table or spreadsheet. Compare column, field.
A collection of related fields, e.g. all the responses from one questionnaire.
In a database, information about one item is stored as a "record". For example, all the information such as the title, author, and publisher of a book is referred to as the book's "record". Records are made up of several fields, or distinct parts.
A set of data pertaining to a single entity in a file; an entry in a file.
The basic unit of a database. Each record stores information on a single entity.
A collection of related data fields organized and accessible as a single entry. Examples of data fields are author, title, publisher, abstract, call number, etc. In a periodical , which is a collection of article citations, each citation is a record. In ELI, each reference retrieved per title is also a record.
The information used to identify and represent books, articles and other material in catalogs and electronic databases. The components of a record are divided into fields.
Collection of information about one item. In bibliographic databases usually corresponds to one article. Syn.
A collection of related data fields in a catalogue, database, or index, organized and accessible as a single entity. Examples of data fields in a catalogue are author, title, publisher, abstract, call number, etc. In a periodical index, which is a collection of article citations, each citation is a record.
a collection of data about a single unit in a database; in PubMed, each record represents one journal article. Synonym of Citation. Each record or citation is composed of many fields.
The collection of fields that, when taken together, describe a unique item. In the days of the card catalog, each card held one record, and there were at least three cards for each item. In the online catalog or any other database, there is one record for each item.
Description of an item as well as a call number and a list of the copies of the item the Library has.
A collection of related data fields. For example, a record for an article in a database might have information from the article's author, title, journal title, volume, and pages numbers fields. In most databases you have the ability to decide which fields of a record you would like to view.
A group of words, numbers or symbols, or a combination thereof, identified as a unit from the bibliographic entry in a library catalogue, a case in a survey, a student test score.
Listing for any item in a database or electronic catalog. The record usually provides bibliographic and descriptive information about the publication or item.
The result(s) retrieved after entering a search in a database or catalogue. Also: Patron record.
In database applications, a single element of a relational database table that contains each field defined for the table. A record is the logical equivalent of the row of a spreadsheet.
a collection of data elements grouped in fields that relate to a single unit such as article or book
In a DSA, the sampled time data converted to the frequency domain by the FFT. Most DSAs use a time record of 1024 samples.
an OpenWorkbench protocol mode in which devices are loaded and running and data is saved to the tank.
row of data. "Row" is the term usually used in relational database management systems.
Information about each item in a database such as a book or videotape. (Unit 4 A Primer on Databases and Catalogs)
A set of related contiguous data in a computer file
A group of related fields treated as a single unit for ease of storage and retrieval. Bibliographic records typically include fields for title, author, and publication information.
A row in a datasheet composed of all the field data for an individual entry.
In a database, a group of fields that make up one complete entry.
Describes an item in a library collection; includes call number, author, title, publication information, paging, subject headings.
Section of a computer database equivalent to a card in a catalogue. Each record contains all the information about a particular material. Records are made up of fields.
A set of fields treated as a unit because each is related to the same thing, person, or event.
Bibliographic details identifying a particular journal article.
A unit of data in a database, and if you're looking it up here, it's probably because you just deleted it. Sorry, refer to "Embedded OLE Object" above.
Descriptive data relating to a specific item ( book, article, video, etc. ). Each record includes fields that describe the publication.
A collection of related data items, e.g. the personnel record of an individual.
A complete item of information within a table taking the form of a row. Contains one or more descriptive fields and is usually a list of subjects, e.g. people, places, goods, items, etc.
The basic unit of information for each item in a database. A record consists of "fields", spaces for specific bits of information. Most library database records consist of fields such as the author, title, year of publication, abstract, etc.
In database structures, a record is the collection of related data items (fields) which relate to one entity (such as a person, transaction, or inventory item) and are treated as a unit.
One row fetched by a SQL SELECT statement.
(verb) To put into the university database domain names purchased with Cornell funds or non-Cornell-owned domain names that translate to university-owned hosts.
A synonym for row; one row of data in a database table, having values for one or more columns.
Individual entries in a database. These entries usually contain citation information and are arranged in fields. For example, in the online catalog you may locate thousands of book records.
The switch, which activates the electronics of the tape, machine to record.
the complete collection of related data found in an electronic catalog or index which describes a single book or article in that database.
object, row, element, entity An record is an object stored in a database that may be represented as a row in a table or as a page of content that includes the attributes of that object. Use only in database administrator and developer documentation. Otherwise use "object" as a general term for a collection of records with different attribute types. Otherwise refer to the object type, such as "Employees", or in inline documentation, use the object name, such as "Mary Black".
In library databases a record is made up of fields that describe the parts of a publication, eg. journal article, book, conference paper or web site.
(SEE Bibliographic record)
a row or tuple in a table, relation or entity
An "entry" in a file. Each term in this definition file can be thought of as a record.
In an attribute table this would consist of a single "row" of descriptors for one feature in contrast to an item or field or column which consists of a single attribute descriptor.
A group of related data stored electronically and treated as a unit.
A sequence of bytes treated as a unit of information.
The details of a particular book, journal, etc. including information about location, publication, title, author, date due, subjects covered, etc. Quest records also include hyper-links in various fields that allow you to be led to other similar items matching details in that particular field. See image
The listing for an item in a database. A record in a library catalog or article database may also be called a citation or a reference.
A row in a database containing all the fields about a unique item.
Displayed when tape is recording data.
a group of items that are related and treated as one unit
A collection of related data (author, title, date, etc.) that provides information for each book or article in the online catalog.
A set of data. [D01606] CPMUSC 176-8
This means to store, whether it's on tape, CD, a hard drive, or other storage device.
Information about an item.
1) In an attribute table, a single 'row' of thematic descriptors. In SQL terms, a record is analogous to a tuple. 2) A logical unit of data in a file. For example, there is one record in a file for each arc in a coverage.
Computers: A single row of data in a database file that usually contains several fields of individual data items. In the saving of historic trading data, the date, time, open, high, low, volume, open interest, and other fields of information usually are saved as data records.
A complete description of one document in a database or catalog.
On this website, a records means a business (company) with all its information. In the database files, each record is a row of a table, with information seperated into each fields (columns), such as title, phone, fax ...
1) A collection of data fields arranged in a predefined format. 2) A set of related data that a computer program treats as a unit.
An individual entry in a database. A record can describe a book, journal article, or any other library resource.
A record is a single instance in a table in the vocabulary of a relational database. A record is a structure storing a set of instances in the vocabulary of Hierarchical and Network databases. This is called a table in relational databases.
Information about one person, etc. in a database. It combines information from all fields in the table about that person.
A unit in a file or database
The basic unit of user data stored on a tape. The length of a record depends on the capabilities of the drive mechanism; many drives support a large range of record sizes. Also called block.
A Shore object as viewed by the SSM: an untyped sequence of bytes, without system properties.
Information held in a database that relates to a specific item.
The information in one row of a list or database.
A representation of some physical or conceptual object or entity. A record contains all of the data that describes one particular object or entity in the database.
To write data on a medium, such as magnetic tape, magnetic disk, or optical disc.
A single entry of data that is comprised of fields. In CalTOP, each record has a unique Transaction ID.
In a database, a record is a set of information that belongs together. A record is made up of different pieces of information, known as fields. For instance, the contact information for one organization would be stored in one record in the database. The fields of that record might include the contact person, phone number, fax and email. Source: TechSoup.org
A record is what you retrieve when you search a database. It can be made up of various pieces of information. These pieces of information can be separated into fields. In a periodical index, which is a database of article citations, each citation is also called a record. In the TPL Catalog, each reference retrieved for a particular title is also a record.
A single entry in a database table containing information about one type of data, for example, a volume record in the volume table or a host record in a host table.
Standardized components of a database composed of various fields describing the book or article.
A logical unit of data, structured into some meaningful or useful form. Common record types are: A line of text, a fixed-length block of data, a length-prepended block of data, an HTTP request, an HTTP response, and a Perl reference. Each of these examples is used by at least one of POE's standard filters. see: filter, raw data
A group of related fields that contains all the data about a particular person or subject, such as a row in a data base or spreadsheet.
collection of related information treated as a unit.
Logically related fields, i.e. case information, credit history, medical records.
Is a document, database (however kept) or photograph or other pictorial representation of a person. It does not include: generally available publications; material kept in public records and archives, such as the Commonwealth Archives; or anything kept in a library, art gallery or museum, for the purpose of reference, study or exhibition.
In a non-relational database system, a record is an entry in a file, consisting of individual elements of information, which together provide full details about an aspect of the information needed by the system. Individual elements are held in fields and all records are held in files. An example of a record might be an employee. Every detail of the employee, for example, date of birth, department code, or full names will be found in a number of fields. In a relational system, record is an alternate word for row.
A unit of information in a computer database identifying a specific item. It includes data such as author, title, date, publisher, subject headings. See Bibliographic Record.
The basic building block of an IDMS/R database.
used most often in the context of computerized sources, refers to all the information given about a particular item. A record typically includes the citation information, an abstract, and other information such as language.
A unit of information in a database collection. The information for an item in the catalog is that item's record.
an aggregation of values of data organized by their relation to a common key.
In databases, citations are called records.
Used by databases to denote a unit of related information contained in one or more fields, such as an individual's name, address, and phone number.
In a database, a group of related fields of information that are treated as a unit. Records are the logical equivalents of rows in a table.
A collection of data fields in the License Database that define a license at any one time.
in a dBASE database file, the horizontal component. It is analogous to a SAS observation.
The basic unit of information in a database. Most of the library's databases have bibliographic records. Records often include the title, author, journal name, year, other publication information and an abstract of a journal article.
All the data required to describe one retrievable item in a database and made up of one or more fields. A row in a database. For example, one record in a music CD database would contain all the data necessary to describe the CD, including artist, label, number of songs, and so on.
A collection of related, often adjacent items of data, treated as a unit within a database.
Related Terms: document, page, web page, result A unit of retrieval data, usually in a relational database. For example, each employee would have a record in the employee table. Records are composed of one or more fields. With search engines, the closest equivalent term is "document". A "record" may also refer to a single results list entry.
In a database document, a collection of fields that contain data about a single activity, individual, subject, or transaction. Corresponds to a printed form such as an invoice.
Information or data that is collected in writing on a specified subject and used as the basis of Commission decisions.
a group of fields that are all related to the same topic or idea in a database
A database term meaning a set of related data.
Any written or electronic information relating to the conduct of the Department or the performance of its function which is prepared, owned, used, or retained by the agency, regardless of physical form or characteristics.
Name-and-address entry on a file.
In computer data processing, a record is a collection of data items arranged for processing by a program . Multiple records are contained in a file or data set. The organization of data in the record is usually prescribed by the programming language that defines the record's organization and/or by the application that processes it. Typically, records can be of fixed-length or be of variable length with the length information contained within the record.
Information pertaining to a transaction. A record can be paper, electronic record or magnetic tape. Also called transaction record.
1. the set of all attribute data for one class of feature. 2. the basic storage unit on a 9-track tape.
Information contained in the library catalog that includes the title, author, subject, location, and call number of a printed or electronic resource
A collection of related data or words treated as one unit, e.g., in merge/purge, each name and address could constitute one record.
A collection of information related to a field in a database program.
A collection of related data, arranged in fields and treated as a unit. The data for each article in a CD-ROM or full-text e-journal database makes up a record. The complete information for each item in the BMCC Library Catalog is also a record.
A set of fields that contain related information; in database type systems, groups of similar records are stored in files. Example: a personnel file that contains employment information.
A unit of information usually within a database, e.g one patient record on a patient administration system.
An assemblage of textural data within a DBMS table and/or drawn statement as a means of preserving knowledge. Collected and preserved data describing a particular subject. A row (series of field values) in a database table. In a spatial database, each graphic feature may be linked to one or more records in one or more tables. A collection of fields or other sub-portion of computer file treated as a data unit.
A collection of data items or fields treated as one unit.
The fundamental container for data storage in an AOCE catalog; analogous to a file in the HFS hierarchy. A record can contain any number of attributes.
A complete set of information in a database. Records are composed of fields, each of which contains one item of information. A set of records constitutes a file. For example, a personnel file might contain records that have three fields: a name field, an address field, and a phone number field.
(1.) In programming languages, an aggregate that consists of data objects, possibly with different attributes, that usually have identifiers attached to them. (2.) A set of data treated as a unit. (3.) A collection of fields treated as a unit.
A single entry in a database, comprising a related group of individual 'fields'. Each entry in an address book, for example, is a record.
Information pertaining to a transaction. The data may be an item of paper, an electronic record, or a magnetic tape. Retrieval Request The request for either an original slip or legible reproduction of the slip as identified in the electronic record.
A set of values for all attributes in a database. Equivalent to a row of a data table.
A unit of information in a computer database. In libraries, it includes data such as author, title, date, publisher, and subject headings.
Each item included in a database. Records contain the information about the books, articles, or other sources that users can search for in a database.
Records are composed of fields, each of which contains one item of information. A set of records constitutes a file, or in a relational database table.
A collection of related fields (such as an employee record) describing an event or an item.
Collection of related data, arranged in fields and treated as a unit. The information for each book in a library catalog or for each article in a database is a record.
information on a specific item in the libraries' online catalog, Blais.
The set of values that describes a single instance of an entity; in a relational database, a record is equivalent to a row.
As a heteronym, record has a similar meaning for both noun and verb usage, but is pronounced differently depending on usage . In noun usage, it refers to a medium with stored data; in verb usage, it refers to the process of storing the data.