Any slight appendage, as to an article of dress; something slight hanging loosely; specifically, a direction card, or label.
To follow closely, as it were an appendage; -- often with after; as, to tag after a person.
In electronic filing, a TAG is a label that identifies specific information to the EDGAR system and that is designated by placing brackets on either side of the term, such as [LOGIN-PASSWORD] or [SHARES]. The end of a tag contains a "/". Thus the beginning of the shares tag would be signified by [SHARES] and the end of the shares tag would be signified by [/SHARES]. Each electronic submission must end with an "end-of-submission" tag [/SUBMISSION] or it will be suspended.
A label identifying and characterizing the data in a field. It consists of a pair of integers representing a tag type and a tag value and instructions for encoding data.
Another name for label, used in Cisco's Tag Switching.
a label associated with a word (or other unit) providing information about the word, or the process of assigning tags. See annotation. Ex: 'run' can be tagged as a noun (run_N) or verb (run_V).
a label made of cardboard or plastic or metal
attach a tag or label to; "label these bottles"
Within a BER record, a tag is the numerical identifier, or label, of a data element. The terms "tag" and "field id" are synonymous in regard to BER files. Within an SGML or other tagged data record, a tag is the structural label that identifies a data element, such as author, title, pub_date, etc.
in information processing, the act of marking a piece of data with a label or the marker itself more. Similar term: a-tag. Also see link for additional information. definition of tag defined definition of tagging defined definition of tagged defined definition of data tag defined
means a label, generally made of paper or cardboard, which is attached to a food with a string or other similar material.
a label, used in making a web page, which determines how a browser will view information. There are two types of tags: start tags and end tag.
An identification label, code, or classification symbol for each cell in a GIS; stored as an "x,y" coordinate. (Also called a label point).
(1.) A small nameplate. (2.) A printed rectangular piece of cardstock with a hole in one end. A tag is most commonly attached to items using a wire. Tags are commonly used for labeling items such as inventory, luggage, and equipment. (3.) Tag is commonly used as a generic term for Label, Decal, Nameplate, Overlay, Legend Plate, and Sign, as well as Tags.
Labels on entries; simply user-specified strings displayed on the first line of the entry header. There is one per entry per notebook; the same entry can have a different tag in every notebook that contains it. They are the only alterable value in a notebook entry. Tags are very useful as sort keys and status indicators.
Integer label assigned to a message when it is sent. Message tags are one of the synchronization variables used to ensure that a message is delivered to the correct receiving process.
A sort of label attached to a data element that contains information related to that element (e.g., information about what it is or how it should be displayed. A set of tags is sometimes referred to as markup, and in the HTML and XML markup languages, tags are enclosed in angle brackets (e.g., ITALICS). (adapted from Bowker 2002, 153)
The radio frequency identification device that is also referred to at times as a smart label or transponder.
The addition of a molecule (label) to another to allow it to be detected. Common tags include radioactivity, fluorophores and enzymes.
This terms is now broadly used to designate unsupplied (induction-supplied energy) electronic tags or radofrequencies (smart label), which should be distinguished from supplied electronic tags equipped with an LCD display, used in some stores. Tags can be in the form of a token, flexible film or smart card. It is noteworthy that self-supplied tags have recently appeared, using a film battery.