A Data Record Attribute is a 2-tuple composed of a data attribute value and a metadata record that represents a single item property of a data record.
- AKA: Record Attribute, Tuple Attribute, Data Characteristic.
- It can range from being, depending on whether it has a data attribute value, from being a Populated Data Record Attribute to being an Unpopulated Data Record Attribute.
- It can be associated to a Data Record Set Attribute.
- It can range, depending on the attribute type, from being binary, categorical, ordinal, to being numerical.
- It can be:
- It can be:
- created by a Create Operation
- updated by an Update Operation, e.g. 1) the value of the weight attribute is updated to [math]x[/math], 2) the name of the weight attribute is now y.
- deleted by an Delete Operation, e.g. the weight attribute is deleted.
- It can be implemented as a column in a Database Table.
- It can contain information that describes an Item at a certain point in time (the Item's state). I.e. They are things we need to know about an entity.
- It can be associated to a Data Quality Metric.
- It can be a Learning Record Attribute, such as a Target Attribute.
Name.First, “Michael”), from a Person Record such as:
Publication.Title, "The Oxford Handbook of Computational Linguistics), from a Citation Record.
Synonym,"...”), from a WordNet Record.
- See: Data Model.
- Quote: A data attribute describes the value found in each field in a table. Every field or column in a database table represents a single attribute of that table. (An attribute is what the data in that field represents, while the value is the actual data that a specific field contains.
- Quote: An attribute is a piece of information that needs to be known about the objects in a class. Each object might a have different value for an attribute. E.g. one dog is named Fido, the other is named Bowser.
- Quote: An attribute is an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of an entity.
- Quote: Attributes are part of a class declaration in UML. Objects are associated with attribute values describing properties of the object. An attribute has a name and a type specifying the domain of attribute values.
- Quote: Characteristics or objects closely associated with or that belong to people or things.
- (Kohavi & Provost, 1998) ⇒ Ron Kohavi, and Foster Provost. (1998). “Glossary of Terms.” In: Machine Leanring 30(2-3).
- Attribute (field, variable, feature): A quantity describing an instance. An attribute has a domain defined by the attribute type, which denotes the values that can be taken by an attribute. The following domain types are common: