A logical grouping of S-57 data to which the S-57 data set descriptive records apply. The data set descriptive records contain meta data. The use of data set descriptive records is product specific and is, therefore, defined by a product specification. If the data set descriptive records are repeated for each file in an exchange set, an instance of a file containing the data set descriptive records is called a data set. If the data set descriptive records are encoded generally for the whole exchange set, the exchange set is referred to as a data set.
Collection of interrelated data -- the data being organized and structured. Usually the data set is contained within a single file.
(1) According to AT&T a data set is modem, but (2) according to IBM, a data set is a collection of data.
The portion of a FEFFIT input file devoted to fitting a particular data file. FEFFIT allows the user to co-refine parameters using multiple data sets. A data set is delimited by the top of the buffer, the bottom of the buffer or the keyword `next data set'.
A collection (one or more) of data set records in mixed binary/ASCII format.
A collection of data points in a single column of a worksheet.
PDS MAP-A-PLANET currently uses six Data Sets. These are the Mars color, black & white, and merged color with black & white sets, the Moon Clementine Basemap, the Venus Magellan F-Map, and the Callisto Voyager digital image map.
The data set is the topmost organizational unit in Mayday. Each master table belongs to exactly one data set. It is possible to open more than one data set, but they are completely independent of each other and strictly separated.
A modem. See also: modem. A collection of data records, with a logical relation of one to another.
1. A collection of data with predefined structure. 2. A device (such as a modem) which performs the modulation/demodulation and control functions necessary to provide compatibility between data processing equipment and communications facilities.
A collection of related records. Syn: file.
A ·data set· is a structure used to store properties property stored inside a ·data set· may be a single property or a collection.
a collection of datum that has some meaning when it is collected into a set
a collection of individual spatial data layers
a collection of measurements or observations
a collection of SCIRun type data fields, matrices, etc
a collection of values
a proposed list of fields of information that services should collect information about if they are to comply with existing standards and proposed standards
a series of observations collected by the same methodology
a set of values associated with each node, cell, vertex, or scatter point in an object
a set of variables used for a prediction
A schema and a set of instances matching the schema. Generally, no ordering on instances is assumed. Most machine learning work uses a single fixed-format table.
All data pertaining to experiment or survey
A logically meaningful grouping or collection of similar or related data. Data having mostly similar characteristics (source or class of source, processing level and algorithms, etc.) Source: SPSO
Also known as a flow, or data flow.] A set of messages received by a satellite and retransmitted to a ground station. The data set comprises either messages received and relayed during a pass in visibility of a regional receiving station (regional coverage) or messages received and recorded during an entire satellite orbital revolution (global coverage). On reception of a new data set the Argos centers automatically initiate processing.
A group of shared variable values logged together as a set during a specified period of time.
Any collection of related data. A data set can be partitioned ( PDS) to contain multiple members, or may be a single "file cabinet" in which to store data.
A collection of related data records on a computer-readable medium, such as a disk
A collection of data elements.
See SAS data set.
A data file or collection of interrelated data.
A set of consumption records for individual dwelling units used to establish an allowance for a given allowance category.
An accumulation of data products, secondary or ancillary data, software, and documentation, that completely document and support the use of those data products. A data set can be part of a data set collection.
A collection of data items.
One or more data elements and associated data values. Examples of data sets are a database containing a mailing list or a flat file containing taxonomic names.
A data set represents a grouping of data values for singular operations by a TASE.2 user. Data sets allow for convenience in access by the TASE.2 user.
A named collection of logically related features arranged in a prescribed manner. For example, all water features form a water data set
collection of similar and related data records that are recorded for use by a computer.
A subset of a collection that may be described as a single unit. Each data set may include one or more holdings. Data sets may contain a grouping of holdings that have been used together in a model to produce a set of model results. For example, the VEMAP2 collection includes the data sets TCLIMATE and TSCENARIO. Each of these data sets contain similar lists of holdings, such as fields for precipitation, temperature, and solar radiation. The range of years spanned and the origins of the data are different for each data set. Data sets for each collection can be viewed from the collection filter of the Search and Retrieve Tool on the Data page.
From The Platform for Privacy Preferences 1.0 (P3P1.0) Specification ( 2002-04-16) A known grouping of data elements, such as "user.home-info.postal". The P3P1.0 base data schema specifies a number of data sets.
A dataset is a set of data, usually presented in tabular form. Each column represents a particular variable, and each row is a set of values for each of the variables. Datasets may come from actual observations, or they may be generated by algorithms for the purpose of testing certain kinds of software.
The term data set or dataset is used to refer to files on an IBM mainframe computer, typically stored on DASD or magnetic tape. They are record-oriented files. The term pertains to the IBM mainframe operating systems starting with OS/360, and continued to be used through later systems based on that heritage, MVS system, OS/390, and z/OS.