Definitions

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  • adjective Having a focus on data.

Etymologies

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data +‎ -centric

Examples

  • In addition, by applying its algorithmic, datacentric approach to economics, Google had quietly begun a revolution that would transform and upheave the worlds of media and advertising.

    In the Plex

  • In addition, by applying its algorithmic, datacentric approach to economics, Google had quietly begun a revolution that would transform and upheave the worlds of media and advertising.

    In the Plex

  • Despite these new datacentric features (and a few minor design tweaks) both the Pixi and Pre behave like their former iterations.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Despite these new datacentric features (and a few minor design tweaks) both the Pixi and Pre behave like their former iterations.

    Wired Top Stories

  • The datacentric companies are among the fastest-growing these days, according to Louise Garnett, an analyst with information research firm Outsell: "I see two to three new ones each week."

    The New Information Goldmine

  • But there is an interchangeability of identity, and a manufacturedness to things, interspersed with datacentric technology giving this remarkable world the organic feel of life fused to information.

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  • Visual FoxPro is the best product Microsoft has in its arsenal for creating datacentric applications.

    Redmond | News

  • This talk will introduce the audience to available Eclipse technologies for writing extensible datacentric applications using Eclipse-RCP/EMF/CDO/.

    Lunar Ocean - Eclipse log

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