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An event tap associated with a server, such as a Web server, at a machine can transform a server event into a tuple, select a database node for the tuple, and place the tuple in a queue for that database node, and then flush the queue periodically directly into database notes. The use of an event tap can thus reduce the computational burden on the database while keeping the server event data in the database relatively fresh.

A method for cleansing product demand data to improve product demand forecasting. The improved data cleansing methodology enhances product weekly demand forecast accuracy by adjusting stock-out week demand values, and employing separate outlier logic for regular and promotional demand periods.

Teradata Corporation | Date: 2014-03-17

Storage devices and components, including memory components (e.g., non-volatile memory) can be trained by executable code that facilitates and/or performs reads and/or write requests to one or more storage sub-modules of a storage component (e.g., memory configured on a memory channel) made up of multiple storage components (e.g., DIMMs). The executable code can also train multiple storage components at the same time and/or in parallel.

Errors that can be detected as a result of the mapping of transmission data from its physical form back to its logical form can be considered in addition to the errors detected by using an error detection technique (e.g., a conventional CRC technique), thereby allowing fewer error detection/recovery bits (error recovery data or bits) to be used as would be possible by using the error detection technique alone. In other words, less error recovery data would be needed to achieve a given level accuracy using conventional techniques. As a result, overhead associated with adding error detection/recovery bits can be reduced.

Techniques for transitioning between code-based and data-based execution forms (or models) are disclosed. The techniques can be used to improve the performance of computing systems by allowing the execution to transition from one of the execution models to another one of the execution models that may be more suitable for carrying out the execution or effective processing of information in a computing system or environment. The techniques also allow switching back to the previous execution model when that previous model is more suitable than the execution model currently being used. In other words, the techniques allow transitioning (or switching) back and forth between a data-based and code-based execution (or information processing) models.

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