Reference is an indicator generally used in book or article for knowing the detailed information regarding that book or article.
Can be any of the following: For a data object, the appearance of its name, designator, or associated pointer where the value of the object is required. When an object is referenced, it must be defined. For a procedure, the appearance of its name, operator symbol, or assignment symbol that causes the procedure to be executed. Procedure reference is also called "calling" or "invoking" a procedure. For a module, the appearance of its name in a USE statement.
A 4-byte value associated with a speech object.
The relations between words or sentences and objects or events in the world (e.g., the word ball refers to a ball, that spherical object used in games and sports).
That which refers to something; a specific direction of the attention; as, a reference in a text-book.
A service provided by the Libraries to help people find the information they want. Can also be another term for a citation, particularly those in the bibliography at the end of a research paper.
location in the library with materials and library personnel to help with your research. Reference materials are a special collection of items (dictionaries, encyclopedias, indexes to periodicals, etc.) which many people want to use and do not circulate. Reference can also be another term for a "citation." [Go to Top of Page
Information about a publication, enabling the publication to be located. Includes author, title, publisher, location of publication and date. References are found in research articles, indexes, catalogues. One reference is a record in a database or library catalogue. Also referred to as an Item Record.
(noun) a source of information; (verb) to identify and record a source of information.
here: unique address pointing on a healthcare information entity stored in an IT system; example: URL
a common way to point to a set of information
a key source for Canadian information
A data element whose value is an address.
an address to another node
a uni-directional type of link which contains addresses and sometimes some semantics
A cell address used in a formula.
a publication (or a passage from a publication) that is referred to; "he carried an armful of references back to his desk"; "he spent hours looking for the source of that quotation"
a precise way of locating a quotation, or citing a work, or a part of a work relevant to the subject in question either in the text or in a footnote
An indication of where to find specific information, for example the references cited in scientific publications or bibliographic databases.
A quotation or indirect reference to someone else's work or ideas
a person to whom inquiries are made as to your qualifications, character, commitment, and suitability when you have applied for professional employment, volunteer work, fellowships, scholarships, and the like
a person who can attest to one's character and ability, sometimes in writing but often verbally
A written or verbal statement about a person's qualifications, character, and dependability.
a commendation from a former teacher or counselor in the form of a letter attesting to the student’s academic and/or personal merits
Relation; regard; respect.
relation between the text and the non linguistic part of the practice in which it is produced and interpreted (rather than a relation of representation between things and states of affairs). In order to determine a reference, it is necessary to specify the conditions by which a linguistic sequence can create a referential impression.
a creation related by its content or purpose to another creation
The relation between a linguistic form and its real world meaning. Sometimes used to refer to the real world meaning itself.
The act of submitting a matter in dispute to the judgment of one or more persons for decision.
The process of sending any matter, for inquiry in a cause, to a master or other officer, in order that he may ascertain facts and report to the court.
The submission of a matter in dispute to an arbitrator for his award.
a representation, in writing, to the judicatory immediately higher, of a matter not yet decided by the lower judicatory
a value that identifies a structure. There may be several references to the same structure.
an ID passed from the consumer to the producer to identify something known to consumer but maintained by the producer
a uniquely identifiable piece of text to be reused in another part of a test
See identifier and path reference.
a formal recommendation by a former employer to a potential future employer describing the person's qualifications and dependability; "requests for character references are all to often answered evasively"
a formal recommendation (often in writing, but may be oral) by a former employer to a potential future employer
a way for employers to ensure that their impression of you is correct
a written document supporting your claims, but referees are people who are willing to testify confidentially to an employer on your behalf
A work, or a passage in a work, to which one is referred.
Committee assigned to work on an item
refer to; "he referenced his colleagues' work"
a work in progress
a document or conversation sharing your judgment of the professional competence and your assessment of the relevant qualities of the person being recommended
a document relating to your professional competence
a must-have for any health care professional who cares for Spanish-speaking patients
an evaluation of your professional competencies, written by someone who knows you and your work, whether academic (a professor), teaching (a supervisor, cooperating teacher, etc.), or other; references are the most vital part of your employment credential
a procedure by which a government asks a court for an interpretation of the constitution on a specific question
a procedure by which the Government of Canada refers important legal or factual questions to the Supreme Court of Canada and asks the Court to give the Government its opinion
a procedure through which the government of Canada can submit legal questions to the Supreme Court of Canada
The procedure whereby bills are sent to committees for consideration.
One of whom inquires can be made as to the integrity, capacity, and the like, of another.
reference is a way of storing the outlines of one glyph in another (for example in accented characters).
an individual to whom inquires may be made regarding another person's character, ability, or whereabouts.
a consistent method of acknowledging another persons ideas, which you may have used, in your own essay or assignment
a formal letter to an employer, from somebody who knows you well, describing your character or ability
an acknowledgement that in producing your own work you have used somebody else's work
a finger pointing to the moon
An index entry which points to a related index term.
(Frame, Point) – Everything in the universe is considered relative to a selected point of observation. Anything not moving relative to this point is in the same frame of reference.
a person who has seen your work and can vouch for you
a written testimonial prepared by a previous employer, or a teacher, or family friend - someone who can vouch for your character, skills and abilities
A statement provided by someone you nominate to vouch for your honesty and ability to carry out the duties associated with a vacancy.
a recognized shorthand means of describing a document, or part of a document, with enough details such as authors and title to enable others to identify and locate it
a set of data describing a document, or part of a document, in a sufficiently precise and detailed manner as to identify it and to enable it to be located
the second of two electrodes in a differential measurement. Generally an ear or linked ears for monopolar (or "referential") measurement, or can be a second scalp location for bipolar (or "differential") measurement.
a relation involving two topics
Identifies a description of a component or object in the Job Bank for Employers user interface; for example, a dialog, a message box, a field, a check box, a link, or any other visually distinct item. How-to procedures do not, within their description, describe the components used; such procedures can therefore remain shorter and more straightforward, hyperlinking to the appropriate reference topic as required.
A separate writing used to add breadth, clarification, and be informative support for the course, module, or lesson topic.
What a word refers to, as opposed to the word's meaning.
When you send a shipment, you can assign a reference that will make it easier to coordinate with your or your customer' s billing or filing system. The reference can be a purchase order number, a customer' s job number, a Bill of Lading number, or a group of words that identifies the shipment.
Refer to the last mentioned word and also remember to add -ence to the end for the noun.