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    • Data collection

    • Data collection is the process of gathering and measuring information on targeted variables in an established systematic fashion, which then enables one to answer relevant questions and evaluate outcomes. The data collection component of research is common to all fields of study including physical and social sciences, ... Read »


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    • Acxiom

    • Acxiom Corporation

      Acxiom Corporation is a marketing technology and services company with offices in the United States, Europe, Asia, and South America. Acxiom offers marketing and information management services, including multichannel marketing, addressable advertising, and database management. Acxiom collects, analyzes, and parses cus ... Read »


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    • Agentless data collection

    • In the field of information technology, agentless data collection involves collecting data from computers without installing any new agents on them. For the purpose of this discussion, an agent is a software program (sometimes called a service or daemon) that runs on a computer with the primary purpose of collecti ... Read »


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    • Anticipatory governance

    • Anticipatory governance, or anticipatory profiling, is the practice used by the state to collect information and data about its citizens in order to assess events or behaviours in a predictable manner based on the knowledge gathered. Anticipatory governance is also a method of decision making that uses predictive measu ... Read »


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    • Argos system

    • Argos is a satellite-based system which collects, processes and disseminates environmental data from fixed and mobile platforms worldwide. What makes Argos unique is the ability to clearly geographically locate the source of the data anywhere on the Earth utilizing the Doppler effect. Argos was established in 1978 and ... Read »


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    • BanxQuote

    • BanxQuote

      BanxQuote was the foremost provider and licensor of indexes and analytics used as a barometer of the U.S. banking and mortgage markets until its exit in 2015. Its bank rate website and consumer banking marketplace featured dynamically updated daily market rates on banking, mortgage and loan products throughout the Unit ... Read »


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    • Biopac student lab

    • The Biopac Student Lab is a proprietary teaching device and method introduced in 1995 as a digital replacement for aging chart recorders and oscilloscopes that were widely used in undergraduate teaching laboratories prior to that time. It is manufactured by BIOPAC Systems, Inc., of Goleta, California. The advent of low ... Read »


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    • BlueKai

    • BlueKai is a cloud-based big data platform that enables companies to personalize online, offline, and mobile marketing campaigns. BlueKai was acquired by Oracle on February 24, 2014, for around $400 million. Originally, BlueKai was created in 2008 by Omar Tawakol, Alexander Hooshmand, and Grant Ries, beginning as a mar ... Read »


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    • Bus monitoring

    • Bus monitoring is a term used in flight testing when capturing data from avionics buses and networks in data acquisition telemetry systems. Commonly monitored avionics buses include Typically a bus monitor must listen-only on the bus and intercept a copy of the messages on the bus. In general a bus monitor never trans ... Read »


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    • Crude Oil Data Exchange

    • Crude Oil Data Exchange (CODE) is an electronic business standard sanctioned by the American Petroleum Institute. CODE was initially implemented as the standard in 1978. It provides field formats and record layouts to facilitate the transmission of crude oil run tickets between oil producers and oil transporters. Oil s ... Read »


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    • Dark data

    • Dark data is data which is acquired through various computer network operations but not used in any manner to derive insights or for decision making. The ability of an organisation to collect data can exceed the throughput at which it can analyse the data. In some cases the organisation may not even be aware that the d ... Read »


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    • Data collection system

    • A Data collection system (DCS) is a computer application that facilitates the process of Data collection, allowing specific, structured information to be gathered in a systematic fashion, subsequently enabling Data analysis to be performed on the information. Typically a DCS displays a form that accepts data input from ... Read »


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    • Datalogix

    • Datalogix is a consumer data collection company based in Denver, Colorado. Datalogix provides online, direct mail, and mobile services to their clients. The company's primary objective is to obtain and track offline and online data purchasing behavioral patterns, with the use of information obtained from retailers' loy ... Read »


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    • Dye tracing

    • Dye tracing is tracking and tracing various flows using dye added to the liquid in question. That is, it uses dye as a flow tracer. The purpose of tracking may be an analysis of the flow itself, of the transport of something by the flow of the objects that convey the flow. It is an evolution of the ages-known float tra ... Read »


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    • Flow tracer

    • A flow tracer is any fluid property used to track flow. The concentration of a chemical compound in the fluid can be used as a chemical tracer, and characteristics such as temperature are physical tracers. Tracers may be artificially introduced, like dye tracers, or they may be naturally occurring; radioactive tracers ... Read »


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    • Human-based computation game

    • A human-based computation game or game with a purpose (GWAP) is a human-based computation technique of outsourcing steps within a computational process to humans in an entertaining way (gamification). Luis von Ahn first proposed the idea of "human algorithm games", or games with a purpose (GWAPs), in order to harness ... Read »


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    • IkeGPS

    • ikeGPS Limited is a technology company that designs and manufactures measurement solutions - smart laser-based field tools, mobile software apps and industry specific cloud software solutions for measuring, modeling and managing assets. ikeGPS was founded in the mid-2000s by a group of engineers seeking to desig ... Read »


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    • Intelligence assessment

    • Intelligence assessment is the development of forecasts of behavior or recommended courses of action to the leadership of an organisation, based on a wide range of available information sources both overt and covert. Assessments are developed in response to requirements declared by the leadership in order to inform dec ... Read »


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    • Interpellation (politics)

    • Interpellation is the formal right of a parliament to submit formal questions to the government. In many parliaments, each individual member of parliament has the right to formally submit questions (possibly a limited amount during a certain period) to a member of government. The respective minister or secretary is the ... Read »


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    • Nursing documentation

    • Nursing documentation is the record of nursing care that is planned and delivered to individual clients by qualified nurses or other caregivers under the direction of a qualified nurse. It contains information in accordance with the steps of the nursing process. Nursing documentation is the principal clinical infor ... Read »


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    • Pop-up satellite archival tag

    • Pop-up satellite archival tags (PSATs) that use the Argos system which is managed by CLS in Toulouse, France or CLS America in Lanham, Maryland (USA) are used to track movements of (usually large, migratory) marine animals. A PSAT (also commonly referred to as a PAT tag) is an archival tag (or data logger) that is equi ... Read »


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    • Provenance

    • Provenance (from the French provenir, "to come from"), is the chronology of the ownership, custody or location of a historical object. The term was originally mostly used in relation to works of art, but is now used in similar senses in a wide range of fields, including archaeology, paleontology, archives, manuscripts, ... Read »


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    • Reality mining

    • Reality mining is the collection and analysis of machine-sensed environmental data pertaining to human social behavior, with the goal of identifying predictable patterns of behavior. In 2008, MIT Technology Review called it one of the "10 technologies most likely to change the way we live." Reality mining studies huma ... Read »


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    • TWENTIFY

      Twentify is an on-demand workforce company that provides field operations and data collection to companies with the help of crowdsourcing. The company utilizes its mobile application named Bounty which enables smartphone users to perform tasks in exchange for money. The company was founded in February 2014, by Ä°lke ... Read »


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