Structured Content (Definition)

Information assets typically described via entity-relationship or class models, such as logical data models and XML documents. Structured data is organized in well-defined semantic "chunks" called entities, nodes or objects. Examples included: Relational database, Spreadsheet and Cadastral data set.


Last Reviewed: 27 November 2017

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