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the set of values which the independent variable of a function may take. Contrasted to range, which is the set of values taken by the dependent variable.
The set of all first coordinates in a function.
The set of all allowable values that a database attribute may assume.
in mathematics the set of values for which a function is defined.
A set of data values which represent the full range of allowable values that may be used for a given data attribute. Defines validity criteria for a particular column or field. Domains include data types and valid values. For example, Gender could be a domain defined as have the data type of Character of 1 byte containing "F" for Female, "M" for Male, and "N" for Not so Sure.
The set of objects that a subject has the ability to access.
The set of all possible replacements for the placeholder in an open sentence.
The set of values that can be assumed by the independent variable of a function. Usually the values of a function.
The set of acceptable values for the independent variable of a function.
The set of the first coordinates of the ordered pairs of a relation. See range. Example: In the relation {(2,20), (3,30), (4,40), (5,50)} the domain is {2, 3, 4, 5}. In the function: y=10x, which yields the above ordered pairs, the domain includes 2,3,4,5.
The valid value set from which an attribute's values are drawn.
The set from which values are selected.
(RM) The set of legal values that may be assigned to an attribute. class.php
The environment or context in which a network is to be understood. It can be a bounded set, such as a set of numbers, or an open-ended description, such as a car's electrical system. oint Probability Distribution (see Chapter 14) - A table specifying the probabilities for each possible combination of truth values for a set of variables. A JPD with n variables will have 2n entries. See an example.
set of all values of the independent variable of a given function, usually the x-values on a coordinate plane.
A pool of values from which one or more attributes draw their values. The domain specifies the legal values for an attribute; for example, date and amount
The set of values a Variable can be assign ed.
The set of objects that currently may be directly accessed by a principal.
The set of different values that a table column can have.