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ISO/IEC TR 19075-3 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL TECHNICAL REPORTS - PART 3: SQL EMBEDDED IN PROGRAMS USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: The Report discusses the following features of the SQL Language: - The embedding of SQL expressions and statements in programs written in the Java programming language
ISO/IEC TR 19075-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL TECHNICAL REPORTS - PART 4: SQL WITH ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: The Report discusses the following features of the SQL Language: - The use of routines written in the Java programming language within SQL expressions and statements.
ANSI INCITS 331.1 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQLJ - PART 1: SQL ROUTINES USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE Organization: ANSI
Date: 1999-09-20
INCITS 331.2 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQLJ - PART 1: SQL ROUTINES USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE Organization: INCITS
Date: 1999-01-01
ANSI - INCITS 331.1 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQLJ - PART 1: SQL ROUTINES USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE Organization: ANSI
BSI - BS ISO/IEC 9075-13 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: BSI
Date: 2002-08-12
CSA ISO/IEC 9075-13 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) - INCORPORATES CORRIGENDUM 1: MARCH 2012 Organization: CSA
Date: 2009-01-01
ISO/IEC FDIS 9075-13 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: ISO
ANSI INCITS 331.2 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQLJ - PART 2: SQL TYPES USING THE JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE - REPLACES NCITS 331.2-2000 Organization: ANSI
Date: 2000-01-01
SAI - SAA AS ISO/IEC 9075.13 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: SAI
ANSI - INCITS/ISO/IEC 9075-13 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: ANSI
ISO/IEC DIS 9075-13 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: ISO
ISO/IEC DIS 9075-13.2 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: ISO
ISO/IEC FDIS 9075-13.2 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: ISO
ISO/IEC 9075-13.2 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - DATABASE LANGUAGES - SQL - PART 13: SQL ROUTINES AND TYPES USING THE JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (SQL/JRT) Organization: ISO
ISO TS 10303-27 - INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS AND INTEGRATION - PRODUCT DATA REPRESENTATION AND EXCHANGE - PART 27: IMPLEMENTATION METHODS: JAVA TM PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE BINDING TO THE STANDARD DATA ACCESS INTERFACE WITH INTERNET/INTRANET EXTENSIONS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2000-11-15
ANSI INCITS 474 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – BIOMETRIC APPLICATION PROGRAMMING INTERFACE – JAVA (BIOAPI JAVA) Organization: ANSI
Date: 2011-10-05
Description: Therefore, the position occupied by the proposed standard within the general picture of biometrics standards will be the same position that ISO/IEC 19784‐1 occupies, the only difference being the programming language of the interfaces. The concepts such as BioAPI unit, component registry, etc. are present in this standard and will have the same meaning as in ISO/IEC 19784‐1.
PACKT - CLOJURE FOR JAVA DEVELOPE - CLOJURE FOR JAVA DEVELOPERS Organization: PACKT
Date: 2016-02-23
Description: "Transition smoothly from Java to the most widely used functional JVM-based language – Clojure About This Book • Write apps for the multithreaded world with Clojure’s flavor of functional programming • Discover Clojure’s features and advantages and use them in your existing projects • The book is designed so that you’ll be able put to use your existing skills and software knowledge to become a more effective Clojure developer Who This Book Is For This book is intended for Java developers, who are looking for a way to expand their skills and understand new paradigms of programming.
PACKT - TEST-DRIVEN JAVA DEVELOPM - TEST-DRIVEN JAVA DEVELOPMENT Organization: PACKT
Date: 2015-08-27
Description: The value of performing TDD with Java, one of the most established programming languages, is to improve the productivity of programmers, the maintainability and performance of code, and develop a deeper understanding of the language and how to employ it effectively.
PACKT - MACHINE LEARNING IN JAVA - MACHINE LEARNING IN JAVA Organization: PACKT
Date: 2016-04-29
Description: It will get you up and running quickly and provide you with the skills you need to successfully create, customize, and deploy machine learning applications in real life. You should be familiar with Java programming and data mining concepts to make the most of this book, but no prior experience with data mining packages is necessary.What You Will Learn• Understand the basic steps of applied machine learning and how to differentiate among various machine learning approaches• Discover key Java machine learning libraries, what each library brings to the table, and what kind of problems each are able to solve • Learn how to implement classification, regression, and clustering • Develop a sustainable strategy for customer retention by predicting likely churn candidates • Build a scalable recommendation engine with Apache Mahout • Apply machine learning to fraud, anomaly, and outlier detection • Experiment with deep learning concepts, algorithms, and the toolbox for deep learning • Write your own activity recognition model for eHealth applications using mobile sensors In Detail As the amount of data continues to grow at an almost incomprehensible rate, being able to understand and process data is becoming a key differentiator for competitive organizations.

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