Data bank

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In telecommunications, computing, and information architecture, a data bank or databank is a repository of information on one or more subjects – a database – that is organized in a way that facilitates local or remote information retrieval and is able to process many continual queries over a long period of time.wikipedia
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Database

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In telecommunications, computing, and information architecture, a data bank or databank is a repository of information on one or more subjects – a database – that is organized in a way that facilitates local or remote information retrieval and is able to process many continual queries over a long period of time.

Telecommunication

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In telecommunications, computing, and information architecture, a data bank or databank is a repository of information on one or more subjects – a database – that is organized in a way that facilitates local or remote information retrieval and is able to process many continual queries over a long period of time.

Computing

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In telecommunications, computing, and information architecture, a data bank or databank is a repository of information on one or more subjects – a database – that is organized in a way that facilitates local or remote information retrieval and is able to process many continual queries over a long period of time.

Information architecture

information architectinformation/data architecturearchitecture
In telecommunications, computing, and information architecture, a data bank or databank is a repository of information on one or more subjects – a database – that is organized in a way that facilitates local or remote information retrieval and is able to process many continual queries over a long period of time.

Bank

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A data bank may be either centralized or decentralized, though most usage of this term refers to centralized storage and retrieval of information, by way of analogy to a monetary bank.

Data

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The data in a data bank can be anything from scientific information like global temperature readings, and governmental information like census statistics, to financial-system records like credit card transactions, or the inventory available from various suppliers.

Jargon

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The term databank is also obsolete (1960s through 1970s) computer jargon for database itself, and is frequently used in that sense in materials written in that period.

The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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Biomolecular Object Network Databank

BINDBiomolecular Interaction Network Database
The Biomolecular Object Network Databank is a bioinformatics databank containing information on small molecule and, structures and interactions.

Common Database on Designated Areas

CDDA
The Common Database on Designated Areas or CDDA is a data bank for officially designated protected areas such as nature reserves, protected landscapes, national parks etc. in Europe.

Ken Ofori-Atta

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Kenneth Ofori-Atta (born 1959), is a Ghanaian economist and an investment banker and co-founder of Databank in Ghana.

Opposition Research Group

The Opposition Research Group
The Opposition Research Group refers to the division within the Republican National Committee formed in 1984 with its own budget of $1.1 million, to create a master data bank of computerized voter research and opposition research.