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  Identifier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Identifiers are used extensively in virtually all information processing systems.
For example, in C++, one restriction is that identifiers must be composed of ASCII letters, digits, and underscores.
That is, at runtime the compiled program operates in terms of memory addresses and offsets, and the textual identifier tokens are no longer present or used.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Identifier   (268 words)

 Fragment identifier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A fragment identifier is a short string of characters that refers to a resource that is subordinate to another, primary resource.
Typically, the fragment identifier is appended to the Uniform Resource Locator (URL —a type of URI) for a hypertext document and is meant to identify a portion of that document.
A fragment identifier is defined by RFC 3986 as an optional component of a URI reference, and it must conform to a certain syntax.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fragment_identifier   (469 words)

 UAX #31: Identifier and Pattern Syntax
It incorporates the Identifier section of Unicode 4.0 (somewhat reorganized) and a new section on the use of Unicode in patterns.
The Identifier characters and the Identifier Start characters may grow over time, either by the addition of new characters provided in a future version of Unicode, or (in rare cases) by the addition of characters that were in Other.
Combining marks are accounted for in identifier syntax: a composed character sequence consisting of a base character followed by any number of combining marks is valid in an identifier.
www.unicode.org /reports/tr31   (3609 words)

 RFC 2895 (rfc2895) - Remote Network Monitoring MIB Protocol Identifier Ref
This string is identified in the RMON-2 MIB [RFC2021] as the protocolDirID object.
This string is identified in the RMON-2 MIB [RFC2021] as the protocolDirParameters object.
Protocol Identifier macros submitted from the RMON working group and community at large (to the RMONMIB WG mailing list at 'rmonmib@ietf.org') will be collected, screened by the RMONMIB working group, and (if approved) added to a subsequent version of the PI Macros document.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc2895.html   (8285 words)

 Proposal for XML Fragment Identifier Syntax 0.9
The semantics of a fragment identifier is a property of the data resulting from a retrieval action, regardless of the type of URI used in the reference.
A fragment identifier is only meaningful when a URI reference is intended for retrieval and the result of that retrieval is a document for which the identified fragment is consistently defined.
Given the widespread use of fragment identifiers and the scope of XPointers in particular and URI references in general, it is not a user requirement to be able to write “query-like” statements in the fragment identifier.
www.w3.org /TR/xml-fragid   (1101 words)

 Security Identifier Structure
For example, the identifier authority value in the SID for the group Everyone is 1 (World Authority).
The identifier authority value in the SID for a specific Windows NT and Windows 2000 account or group is 5 (NT Authority).
It is never necessary to distinguish one computer's built-in accounts and groups from another computer's built-in accounts and groups because they are local in scope—local either to a single computer or, in the case of domain controllers for a network domain, local to several computers acting as one.
www.microsoft.com /resources/documentation/Windows/2000/server/reskit/en-us/distrib/dsce_ctl_xgqv.asp?frame=true   (700 words)

 Step 5 : Building An Automated Record System
The expectation is that this identifier will stay with the student as long as he or she remains in school in the state.
In other states, the student identifier list is maintained by the state, and districts that receive a student transferring in from another district within the state can obtain the student's identifier through a locator system at the state education agency.
One advantage of this type of identifier is that the state education agency controls the characteristics of the identifiers, and can verify their validity.
nces.ed.gov /pubs2000/building/step5.asp   (1394 words)

 Open Archives Initiative - Protocol for Metadata Harvesting - v.2.0
Each item has an identifier that is unique within the scope of the repository of which it is a constituent.
identifying the metadata format of the record, and the datestamp of the record.
Required arguments specify the identifier of the item from which the record is requested and the format of the metadata that should be included in the record.
www.openarchives.org /OAI/openarchivesprotocol.htm   (7830 words)

Once an identifier is used as a matrix, array, scalar or operator identifier, it may not be used again as a matrix, array or operator.
An operator or array identifier may later be used as a scalar without problems, but a matrix identifier cannot be used as a scalar.
If is a matrix identifier, then can be a matrix identifier (redimensioned if necessary) which has each element set to the corresponding elements of the identifier on the right-hand side.
www.reduce-algebra.com /docs/help/r38_0001.html   (5117 words)

 C:\Unique Patient Identifier based on Biometrics.htm
Identifiable: The physical characteristics used in the Unique Patient Identifier based on Biometrics can be matched with the physical characteristics of the individual it identifies.
The Unique Patient Identifier based on Biometrics in its current form does not meet three of the five operational characteristics and the fourth one is not fully addressed.
While Biometric Identifiers have proven to be a good option for Law Enforcement and Immigration and Naturalization departments, its potential for identifying individuals, linking and aggregating patient information from multiple provider organizations for the purpose of delivering care or research will depend upon its design which is yet to be planned and developed.
www.ncvhs.hhs.gov /app7-6.htm   (1758 words)

 Visual Identity - Use of the Trademarked USGS Identifier by Non-USGS Organizations
Below is general information on the USGS identifier, who may use it, when it may be used, and how to request a copy of it.
The identifier may be used by USGS staff and by members of non-USGS organizations that have a partnership or contractual agreement with the USGS that will result in the creation of an information product.
Identifier file format and resolution required (for example,.gif or.jpg @72ppi,.eps or.tif @200ppi), the name of the software package and version you will be using, and the operating system you will use (Mac, PC, and so on)
www.usgs.gov /visual-id/outside_use.html   (577 words)

 NPRM: National Standard Employer Identifier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The EIN is the most widely used employer identifier in the claim, enrollment and disenrollment for a health plan, eligibility for a health plan and health plan premium payment transactions.
The D-U-N-S number and the D-U-N-S+4 number, maintained by Dun and Bradstreet, are sometimes used to identify business entities including employers in these transactions (primarily in premium payment transactions), but the EIN is used to a far greater extent than any other identifier to identify the employer of a participant.
Because of the widespread use of the EIN to identify the employer in health transactions, we selected the EIN as the national employer identifier standard for use in those electronic health transactions that require an employer identifier.
aspe.hhs.gov /admnsimp/nprm/EMP03.HTM   (686 words)

 Syntax and basic data types
Identifiers can also contain escaped characters and any ISO 10646 character as a numeric code (see next item).
identifier or a string (i.e., "\7B" is not punctuation, even though "{" is, and "\32" is allowed at the start of a class name, even though "2" is not).
Together they are called URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers, see [RFC3986]).
www.w3.org /TR/CSS21/syndata.html   (5873 words)

 Identifier Manager
Cuts the currently selected identifier and places it in the identifier buffer, provided it is not referenced in the current interface.
Identifiers of type Undeclared or of any user-defined type may be used for resources that have either a type of XtPointer or no obvious type (for example, XmNcolormap or XmNscreen).
When an identifier is referenced in the Builder Xcessory, you cannot cut the identifier from the Identifier Manager.
www.ics.com /support/docs/bx/5.0/bxref/ref_30.htm   (871 words)

 Identifier (GeoAPI 2.1 alpha)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Alphanumeric value identifying an instance in the namespace.
Identifier of the version of the associated code, as specified by the code authority.
When appropriate, the edition is identified by the effective date, coded using ISO 8601 date format.
geoapi.sourceforge.net /snapshot/javadoc/org/opengis/metadata/Identifier.html   (181 words)

 Stochastic Language Identifier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Then hit "Submit", and the list of languages will be reordered to reflect the identifier's decisions, with the most probable language appearing at the top.
The algorithm for the language identifier is a simple variable-length character n-gram approach.
The system uses training data to infer a set of letter sequences that it believes are valuable in their discriminating power; this set can end up including entire words or even multiple words; so, for instance, the sequence " the " is retained for English.
www.dougb.com /ident.html   (309 words)

 [No title]
TextA uniquely identifiable box in a post office or other postal service location assigned to a person or organization where postal items may be kept.UN00000019Address.
TextA text string identifying a division of a city, for example a district or borough.UN00000232Address.
IdentifierTo specify any identifier related to this sub-division of a country such as a state, a province, a canton, a county etc.UN00000043Country Sub-Division.
lists.oasis-open.org /archives/ciq/200411/doc00000.doc   (887 words)

 FAQs about the National Employer Identifier (EIN)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Employers, as sponsors of health insurance for their employees, often need to be identified in health care transactions, and a standard identifier for employers would be beneficial for transactions exchanged electronically.
Employers need to identify themselves in electronic transactions when they enroll or disenroll employees in a health plan or make premium payments to health plans on behalf of their employees.
Providers, health plans, and health care clearinghouses are required to use the standard employer identifier in electronic transactions, such as health care claims or eligibility inquiries, if the transactions require an employer identifier.
aspe.os.dhhs.gov /admnsimp/faqemp.htm   (561 words)

 OAI-PMH Implementation Guidelines - Specification and XML Schema for the OAI Identifier Format
The OAI identifier format is intended to provide persistent resource identifiers for items in repositories that implement OAI-PMH.
and any identifier that the object described by the metadata may have is outside the scope of this specification and of the OAI-PMH.
Adherence to standards and accord with existing schemes is discussed at the end of this document.
www.openarchives.org /OAI/2.0/guidelines-oai-identifier.htm   (1179 words)

 New identifier formats based on IEEE Registration
The additional 64-bits are also managed by the assignee of the identifier, but may be managed such that a relatively sparse name space is created.
The separate vendor specified spaces allow a node to be identified by the 24-bit IEEE company_id and 36-bit vendor specified id. The node may then generate additional unique sub-ids using the vendor specified identifier extension.
The location of the vendor specified identifier extension is defined for each type of object.
standards.ieee.org /regauth/oui/tutorials/fibreformat.html   (615 words)

 AMIA supports voluntary identifier
The topic of a national patient identifier is a controversial one.
The issue dredges up even more concerns about privacy and security among consumers, who fear that a single identifier would make it easier for someone to access their health information and use it for unintended, perhaps malevolent, purposes.
If your organization is in the process of developing or considering Single Sign-On Investment, view this complimentary Webinar to gain valuable insight and knowledge through the experiences of a multi-state healthcare provider, Sisters of Mercy Health System (Mercy), that is currently live with SSO across their enterprise.
www.healthcareitnews.com /NewsArticleView.aspx?ContentID=1899   (1645 words)

 A National Health Plan Identifier
The purpose of the initiative was to develop and implement a national model for cost effective identification of health plans that would facilitate the routing of health care transactions to the health plan responsible for payment.
Currently, it is difficult to identify exactly what other coverage a Medicare beneficiary has, and millions of Medicare dollars are spent for care that is the primary responsibility of another health plan.
Health care providers that conduct electronic transactions as identified in section 1173(a) with other health care participants (such as other health care providers, health plans, and employers) would be required to use the PAYERID of the patient’s health plan in those transactions.
www.payorid.com /Medicare/HIPAA.htm   (6028 words)

 VA FileMan V. 22.0 Advanced User Manual: File Utilities - Identifier
An identifier is a designation you can give to a field that you want permanently associated with the.01 field (NAME) of a file.
An identifier field will not be asked if its WRITE access security does not match the VA FileMan access code of the user.
If the identifier field has been specified (in the Modify File Attributes option) as a required field, the user must type a valid answer to its prompt when it is asked as an identifier; otherwise, the entry just created is deleted.
www.hardhats.org /fileman/u2/ut_id.htm   (553 words)

 Roxen Community: RFC 2895 Remote Network Monitoring MIB Protocol Identifier Reference (Standards Track)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This document is intended to identify the encoding rules for the OCTET STRING objects protocolDirID and protocolDirParameters.
The RMON Protocol Identifiers Reference document is intended for use with the protocolDirTable within the RMON MIB.
CHILDREN "The first byte of the 4-byte child identifier is used to distinguish the particular base encoding that follows the 802.1Q header.
community.roxen.com /developers/idocs/rfc/rfc2895.html   (8771 words)

 UTR #31: Identifier and Pattern Syntax
The formal syntax provided here is intended to capture the general intent that an identifier consists of a string of characters that begins with a letter or an ideograph, and then includes any number of letters, ideographs, digits, or underscores.
Each programming language standard has its own identifier syntax; different programming languages have different conventions for the use of certain characters from the ASCII range ($, @, #, _) in identifiers.
The Other_ID_Start property is thus designed to ensure that the Unicode identifier specification is backward compatible: Any sequence of characters that qualified as an identifier in some version of Unicode will continue to qualify as an identifier in future versions.
www.unicode.org /reports/tr31/tr31-1.html   (2216 words)

 DCMI Metadata Terms
While this form of citation is supported for documentary convenience, note that the URI assigned to each term in accordance with the DCMI Namespace Policy serves as its unique identifier (e.g., "http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/title") [NAMESPACE].
Recommended best practice is to identify the resource by means of a string or number conforming to a formal identification system.
Recommended practice is to include sufficient bibliographic detail to identify the resource as unambiguously as possible, whether or not the citation is in a standard form.
dublincore.org /documents/dcmi-terms   (2593 words)

 A National Payor Identifier
The process of compiling a health plan registry and issuing health plan identifiers, started with defining the types of organizations that will be included in the data warehouse.
Providers must have a system that allows its staff to identify the health plan and obtain the National Health Plan Identifier to use for manual or electronic verification, authorization, and claims submission, when a card is not provided.
MHIS will provide the common identifier for use in electronic transmissions and an internal identifier, so that the provider can allocate the patient to the correct contract.
www.payorid.com /National_Payor_Identifier.asp   (4521 words)

 PBCore Metadata: identifier
The descriptor identifier employs an unambiguous reference or identifier for a media item.
Best practice is to identify the media item (whether analog or digital) by means of a string or number corresponding to an established or formal identification system if one exists.
Best practice is to identify the resource by means of a string or number corresponding to an established or formal identification system generated within an international standard or as a local identification scheme.
www.utah.edu /cpbmetadata/PBCore/identifier.html   (155 words)

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