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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A collection of data organized in a form that facilitates analysis by automated deductive processes, such as an expert system.
  • noun The collection of information representing the collective knowledge of an organization, arranged for easy search and retrieval.

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  • noun A database designed to meet the complex storage and retrieval requirements of computerized knowledge management, especially in support of artificial intelligence or expert systems.

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  • noun the content of a particular field of knowledge


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