A CDE Definition
Originally the "Statistical Analysis System," the SAS System is an integrated set of data management and decision support tools from the SAS Institute that runs on platforms from PCs to mainframes. It includes a complete programming language as well as modules for spreadsheets, CBT, presentation graphics, project management, operations research, scheduling, linear programming, statistical quality control, econometric and time series analysis and mathematical, engineering and statistical applications. It also provides multidimensional data analysis (OLAP), query and reporting, EIS, data mining and data visualization. See SAS.
(1) See also SSA.
(2) (Spectrum Access System) See 3.5 GHz band.
(3) The serial version of the SCSI interface. See serial attached SCSI.
(4) (SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, www.sas.com) A software company that specializes in business analytics, founded in 1976. See SAS System.
(5) (Single Attached Station) See FDDI.
Before/After Your Search Term
|Sarbanes-Oxley Act||SATA 3|
|SAS 70||SATA II|
Terms By Topic
Click any of the following categories for a list of fundamental terms.