Data-set meaning

An electronic device that provides an interface in the transmission of data to a remote station.
noun
0
0
A collection of related data records on a computer-readable medium, such as a disk.
noun
0
0
(1) A collection of interrelated data. Originating in the mainframe community, the term is used today as a generic description of a database, which may include multiple tables. It may also refer to some other data structure and sometimes to a single file or collection of files. See database and file.
0
0
(computing) A file of related records on a computer-readable medium such as disk, especially one on a mainframe computer; a dataset.
noun
0
0
(telecommunications) A modem (that connects a device such as a teletype to an ordinary telephone)
noun
0
0
Advertisement
(statistics) A set of data to be analyzed.
noun
0
0