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    pictograph

    In graph theory, a pictograph is a graph that shows numerical information by using picture symbols or icons to represent data sets.  Continue Reading

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    Stuff I've Seen

    Stuff I've Seen is the name of a capability under study by Microsoft that allows a Windows user to quickly locate all occurrences of any item of information the user has previously created or read, whether in e-mail, address books, Web pages, or ...  Continue Reading

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    gigabit interface converter (GBIC)

    A gigabit interface converter (GBIC) is a transceiver that converts electric currents (digital highs and lows) to optical signals, and optical signals to digital electric currents.  Continue Reading

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    SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition)

    SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) is a category of software application program for process control, the gathering of data in real time from remote locations in order to control equipment and conditions.  Continue Reading

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    watt per steradian

    The watt per steradian (W · sr -1) is the standard unit of radiant intensity.  Continue Reading

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    Spoken Text Markup Language (STML)

    Spoken Text Markup Language (STML) is an early set of markup codes and symbols for text-to-speech (TTS) synthesis for voice-enabled Web browsers and voice enabled e-mail.  Continue Reading

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    digital hearing aid

    A digital hearing aid is a hearing aid device that receives sound and digitizes it (breaks sound waves up into very small, discrete units) prior to amplification.  Continue Reading

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    butt splice

    In digital audio production, a butt splice is the abrupt connection of one audio file to another audio file so that they become one continuous audio file.  Continue Reading

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    LaTeX

    LaT E X (pronounced "lah-TEKH" and alternatively denoted as LaTeX), is a programming language that is used for typesetting technical data.  Continue Reading

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    MIP map

    A MIP map (sometimes spelled mipmap) is a computer graphics technique used to achieve an illusion of depth in a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional (3D) image.  Continue Reading

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    banner blindness

    Banner blindness is the tendency of people to ignore banner ads on Web sites.  Continue Reading

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    M-theory

    M-theory (the "M" stands for the mother of all theories, magic, mystery, or matrix, depending on the source) is an adaptation of superstring theory developed by Ed Witten of Princeton and Paul Townsend of Cambridge.  Continue Reading

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    refresh

    In a computer display, to refresh is to redraw the image information from memory.  Continue Reading

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    candela per meter squared

    The candela per meter squared (cd / m 2) is the standard unit of luminance.  Continue Reading

  • September 21, 2005 21 Sep'05

    site map

    A site map is a visual or textually organized model of a Web site's content that allows the users to navigate through the site to find the information they are looking for, just as a traditional geographical map helps people find places they are ...  Continue Reading

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    11th dimension

    The 11th dimension is a characteristic of space-time that has been proposed as a possible answer to questions that arise in superstring theory.  Continue Reading

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    S-Video (Super-Video, Y/C Video, component video)

    S-Video (Super-Video, sometimes referred to as Y/C Video, or component video) is a video signal transmission in which the luminance signal and the chrominance signal are transmitted separately to achieve superior picture clarity.  Continue Reading

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