Q: Is reference a relation between objects in which one object designates? ¶
A: Yes, or acts as a means by which to connect to or link to, another object.
Q: Are references patents of any country? ¶
A: Yes, and magazine articles, Ph.
Q: Is reference used in psychology to establish identification with a mental state during self-analysis? ¶
Q: Is reference also important in relational database theory? ¶
A: Yes, see referential integrity.
Q: Is reference samples of various musical works being incorporated into a new one? ¶
Q: Is reference an item from which a work is based? ¶
Q: Are references data types that refer to an object elsewhere in memory and are used to construct a wide variety of data structures? ¶
A: Yes, such as linked lists.
Q: Is reference a value that enables a program to directly access the particular data item? ¶
Q: Is reference a document that can be used to show the state of knowledge at a given time and that therefore may make a claimed invention obvious or anticipated? ¶
Q: Is reference derived from Middle English referren, from Middle French référer, from Latin referre, "to carry back", formed from the prefix re- and ferre, "to bear"? ¶
A: Yes, A number of words derive from the same root, including refer, referee, referential, referent, referendum.
Q: Is reference generally construed as the relationships between nouns or pronouns and objects that are named by them? ¶