- n. Plural form of identifier.
“If we decouple people and their identifiers from the networks that currently define them, we start moving towards greater granularity of privacy control through mechanisms like global social whitelists and buddy list blocklists.”
“The utility of radio-readable identifiers is undeniable.”
“The combination of these two identifiers is known as the Product Rights Descriptor (PRD).”
“Chris-my response to you about using URLs vs. emails for identifiers is basically the same as my response to Brian Oberkirch who said we shouldn’t ask users for their raw credentials: I totally agree that’s where we want to go, I’m trying to help us get there, but we’re not there yet and I believe the best way to get there is to demonstrate value today rather than abstaining until the future arrives.”
“Metadata such as title, author, date, abstract and other keyword identifiers is used in ranking results.”
“The presence of work and expression identifiers in bibliographic and authority records is analyzed.”
“The identifiers are the functions, classes and variables defined in that module.”
“The identifiers will be the backbone of a national e-health system, which has been in the hands of the National E-Health and Transition Authority (NEHTA) which last year developed a four-part e-health strategy for 2009 to 2012.”
“· Replacement of DICOM unique identifiers, which is performed consistently for a set of instances to maintain referential integrity”
“The problem with unique identifiers occurs when you use them as a primary key.”
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