A qualitative assessment of freedom from error, or a quantitative measure of the magnitude of error, expressed as a function of relative error.
One-time-only, casual access and manipulation of data on parameters never before used and usually done in a heuristic, iterative manner.
Storage other than disk-based storage used to hold bulk amounts of relatively inactive storage.
Using the computer to produce an analysis for a management decision that usually involves trend analysis, drill-down analysis, demographic analysis, and profiling.
A collection of data organized to support a specific application.
A property that can assume values for entities or ...