an organized body of related information.
a large compilation of information (data) organized into tables and fields, with relationships built into the database in order for the user to enter and retrieve information without duplicating data. A database is composed of organized data stored in a computer for use. An organized collection of related information.
Generally, data or information that is entered into a computer program and organized by fields. The catalog is a database with separately-searchable fields for authors, titles, subject headings, etc. The Libraries subscribe to many databases that index journal articles and even provide full text articles. They are available in the middle of the IRIS homepage.
A database is information stored, typically in electronic format. It may contain bibliographic or numerical data, which is generally structured so that it can be searched. Many of the databases the library subscribes to can be searched 'remotely' - ie. from computers attached to the Internet anywhere in the world. See Also: Full text databases
The accumulation of all Precinct data into the Election Management System. A database is comprised of all precinct names and the splits/combinations assigned to each.
Set of predicates and all the objects managed by Prolog (excluding Prolog stacks).
The Prolog database comprises all of the clauses that have been loaded or asserted into the Prolog system or that have been asserted, except those clauses that have been retracted or abolished.