Re: Examples of SQL anomalies?
Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2008 13:03:49 -0300
> On Jul 3, 8:31 am, Bob Badour <bbad..._at_pei.sympatico.ca> wrote:
>>Marshall wrote: >> >>>On Jul 3, 7:21 am, Bob Badour <bbad..._at_pei.sympatico.ca> wrote: >> >>Exactly. A data type comprises two sets: a set of values and a set of >>operations defined using those values. A value then is simply a member >>of a set which has operations defined over the set.
> It suddenly occurs to me that what you describe is pretty much
> exactly an "algebraic structure" in abstract algebra.
>>>Do you have a definition for "information"? >> >>What's wrong with the ISO 2382 definition? It's the first definition in >>the standard.
> What's wrong with it is that I can't remember it.
You are the one who uses google groups. I avoid it like the plague.
Search for ISO/IEC 2382-1 01 badour
and shorten things until you find it.
Oh, all right:
From the ISO/IEC Standard vocabularies 2382-1
information (in information processing) information (en traitement de I' information)
Knowledge concerning objects, such as facts, events, things,processes, or ideas, including concepts, that within a certain context has a particular meaning.
A reinterpretable representation of information in a formalized manner suitable for communication, interpretation, or processing. Received on Thu Jul 03 2008 - 11:03:49 CDT