A unique 10-character identifying code assigned to each element. Note: - This code is no longer the primary unique identifier in the Biotics 4.0 system as it was in the previous Biological and Conservation Data system. No record is kept of past use of element codes.
a small set of characters which identifies you uniquely among all other users. It does not need to contain any of your personal information - only to be unique among all the users tracked by the server.
In the Privacy Act 1993, "Unique Identifier" means an identifier - that is assigned to an individual by an agency for the purposes of the operations of the agency; and that uniquely identifies that individual in relation to that agency; - but, for the avoidance of doubt, does not include an individual's name used to identify that individual.
for the purposes of federal corporate identity management, a special symbol that is used to identify or promote a particular program, service, event, product or initiative. Such symbols require Treasury Board Secretariat approval to be used.
a code that is assigned by a public sector organisation to identify a person for the purposes of the operations of the organisation
a combination of attributes and/or relationships that uniquely identifies an occurrence of an entity
GeoDirectory gives each building and address within each building (if they exist) a unique 8 digit identifying number. This number has no intelligence, and is allocated to the next new record from a sequence generator. This number facilitates accurate data analysis and database management.
An identifier whose purpose is to differentiate between the same item when it appears in more than one place.
Unique identification number assigned by and specific to this database.
Any combination of attributes and/or relationships that serves to uniquely identify an occurrence of an entity; or, any combination of columns that serves to uniquely identify an occurrence of a row in a table. Primary keys and unique indexes are alternative ways of implementing unique identifiers on a relational database management system.
A serial number that identifies the transponder. The U.S. Department of Defense has also developed an identification scheme called UID.
With reference to a given (possibly implicit) set of objects, a unique identifier is any identifier which is guaranteed to be unique among all identifiers used for those objects and for a specific purpose.