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  • X - X is a shortened name for the X Window System.
  • X - In compact disc (CD) and digital versatile disc (DVD) technology, X is a base multiplier that expresses the speed with which data could be read (the read access time) from the compact disc in its original version, which was 150 kilobytes (KB) per second.
  • X - The X Window System (sometimes referred to as "X" or as "XWindows") is an open, cross-platform, client/server system for managing a windowed graphical user interface in a distributed network.
  • X (compact disc access time) - In compact disc (CD) and digital versatile disc (DVD) technology, X is a base multiplier that expresses the speed with which data could be read (the read access time) from the compact disc in its original version, which was 150 kilobytes (KB) per second.
  • x and y coordinates - x, y coordinates are respectively the horizontal and vertical addresses of any pixel or addressable point on a computer display screen.
  • x coordinate - x, y coordinates are respectively the horizontal and vertical addresses of any pixel or addressable point on a computer display screen.
  • X dimension - In barcode technology, the X dimension is the narrowest part of a barcode's symbology.
  • X engineering - X-engineering (sometimes called cross-engineering) is a collaborative and process-oriented approach to change management in the business world.
  • X Window System - The X Window System (sometimes referred to as "X" or as "XWindows") is an open, cross-platform, client/server system for managing a windowed graphical user interface in a distributed network.
  • X Window System (X or XWindows) - The X Window System (sometimes referred to as "X" or as "XWindows") is an open, cross-platform, client/server system for managing a windowed graphical user interface in a distributed network.
  • X Windows - The X Window System (sometimes referred to as "X" or as "XWindows") is an open, cross-platform, client/server system for managing a windowed graphical user interface in a distributed network.
  • X-engineering - X-engineering (sometimes called cross-engineering) is a collaborative and process-oriented approach to change management in the business world.
  • X-modem - The protocols that modems agree on and use for checking and correcting transmission errors have evolved toward accuracy, speed, and efficiency since 1978 when the Xmodem protocol became a de facto standard.
  • X-off - Xon/Xoff (sometimes written "X-on/X-off" or "XON/XOFF" and pronounced eks-AWN eks-AWF) is a protocol for controlling the flow of data between computers and other devices on an asynchronous serial connection.
  • X-on - Xon/Xoff (sometimes written "X-on/X-off" or "XON/XOFF" and pronounced eks-AWN eks-AWF) is a protocol for controlling the flow of data between computers and other devices on an asynchronous serial connection.
  • X-ray body scanning - Backscatter body scanning is an X-ray-based technology that yields a high-resolution image of a person's body beneath their clothing and reveals concealed objects.
  • X.400 - X.400 is the messaging (notably e-mail) standard specified by the ITU-TS (International Telecommunications Union - Telecommunication Standard Sector).
  • X.509 certificate - An X.509 certificate is a digital certificate that uses the widely accepted international X.
  • X10 protocol - The X10 protocol is a communication methodology for home automation device control.
  • X11 license - The MIT License (also known as the X11 license or MITX license) is a software license that was originally developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • x86 - x86 is a generic name for the series of Intel microprocessor families that began with the 80286 microprocessor.
  • x86-64 - x86-64 is a 64-bit processing technology developed by AMD that debuted with the Opteron and Athlon 64 processor.
  • X9 - ASC X9, Inc.
  • X9 (ASC X9) - ASC X9, Inc.
  • XaaS - XaaS is a general, collective term that refers to the delivery of anything as a service.
  • XaaS (Anything as a Service) - XaaS is a general, collective term that refers to the delivery of anything as a service.
  • XACL - XACML (Extensible Access Control Markup Language) is an open standard XML-based language designed to express security policies and access rights to information for Web services, digital rights management (DRM), and enterprise security applications.
  • XACML - XACML (Extensible Access Control Markup Language) is an open standard XML-based language designed to express security policies and access rights to information for Web services, digital rights management (DRM), and enterprise security applications.
  • XACML (Extensible Access Control Markup Language) - XACML (Extensible Access Control Markup Language) is an open standard XML-based language designed to express security policies and access rights to information for Web services, digital rights management (DRM), and enterprise security applications.
  • Xactly Corporation - Xactly Corporation is a vendor that sells web-based compensation management software and services.
  • XAM (eXtensible Access Method) - XAM (eXtensible Access Method) is a standard that makes it easier to manage fixed content by freeing data from dependencies on location, applications and storage devices.
  • XAML - XAML, Extensible Application Markup Language, is Microsoft's XML-based language for creating a rich GUI, or graphical user interface.
  • XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language) - XAML, Extensible Application Markup Language, is Microsoft's XML-based language for creating a rich GUI, or graphical user interface.
  • Xanadu - Xanadu (TM) is a set of ideas and a software design project for a universal system of electronic information storage and access.
  • xAPI (experience API) - The xAPI (experience API), also known as Tin Can API, is an open source software specification that provides a set of rules for representing the events a learner performs while interacting with a piece of learning content.
  • XBRL - XBRL (Extensible Business Reporting Language) is an XML-based computer language for the electronic transmission of business and financial data.
  • XCCDF - XCCDF (Extensible Configuration Checklist Description Format) is a specification language for writing security checklists, benchmarks and related types of documents.
  • XCCDF (Extensible Configuration Checklist Description Format) - XCCDF (Extensible Configuration Checklist Description Format) is a specification language for writing security checklists, benchmarks and related types of documents.
  • XDMA - XDMA (Xing Distributed Media Architecture) is a network architecture for multicast streaming media transmissions.
  • Xen - Xen is the open source hypervisor included in the Linux kernel and, as such, it is available in all Linux distributions.
  • XenMobile Device Manager (XDM) - Citrix's XenMobile Device Manager (XDM) is the mobile device management tools within the XenMobile product suite.
  • XenMobile Mail Manager - XenMobile Mail Manager, Citrix's EMM email product, is designed to allow emloyees to access sensitive corporate email while working outside the office, while also facilitating administration and management.
  • xenodochial - Xenodochial is an adjective describing something, such as a person, place, or software application, that is friendly to strangers.
  • Xeon - Xeon (pronounced ZEE-ahn) is a 400 MHz Pentium microprocessor from Intel for use in "mid-range" enterprise servers and workstations.
  • xerography - Xerography, also known as electrophotography, is a printing and photocopying technique that works on the basis of electrostatic charges.
  • xerography (electrophotography) - Xerography, also known as electrophotography, is a printing and photocopying technique that works on the basis of electrostatic charges.
  • Xerox - Xerox is a provider of document-related technology and services.
  • XFS file system - XFS is a 64-bit, highly scalable file system that was developed by Silicon Graphics Inc.
  • XGA - The term display mode refers to the characteristics of a computer display, in particular the maximum number of colors and the maximum image resolution (in pixels horizontally by pixels vertically).
  • XGA - XGA (Extended Graphics Array) is a high-resolution video display mode that provides screen pixel resolution of 1,024 by 768 in 256 colors or 640 by 480 in high (16-bit) color.
  • XGA 2 - XGA (Extended Graphics Array) is a high-resolution video display mode that provides screen pixel resolution of 1,024 by 768 in 256 colors or 640 by 480 in high (16-bit) color.
  • XGA and XGA-2 (Extended Graphics Array) - XGA (Extended Graphics Array) is a high-resolution video display mode that provides screen pixel resolution of 1,024 by 768 in 256 colors or 640 by 480 in high (16-bit) color.
  • XGA-2 - XGA (Extended Graphics Array) is a high-resolution video display mode that provides screen pixel resolution of 1,024 by 768 in 256 colors or 640 by 480 in high (16-bit) color.
  • XGA2 - XGA (Extended Graphics Array) is a high-resolution video display mode that provides screen pixel resolution of 1,024 by 768 in 256 colors or 640 by 480 in high (16-bit) color.
  • XHTML - As the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) describes it, XHTML (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language) is "a reformulation of HTML 4.
  • XHTML Cheatsheet - Cheat sheet quick look-up for XHTML.
  • XING - XING is a European social networking website for business professionals.
  • Xing Distributed Media Architecture - XDMA (Xing Distributed Media Architecture) is a network architecture for multicast streaming media transmissions.
  • XIPC - XIPC is a middleware product that manages interprocess communication across programs in a network.
  • XKeyscore - XKeyscore (XKS) is the front end search engine interface that interacts with all NSA  federated databases for the collected Internet traffic, communicated data and phone metadata of private citizens.
  • XMI - XMI (XML Metadata Interchange) is a proposed use of the Extensible Markup Language (XML) that is intended to provide a standard way for programmers and other users to exchange information about metadata (essentially, information about what a set of data consists of and how it is organized).
  • XML - Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a text-based format that allows for the structuring of electronic documents and is not limited to a set of labels.
  • XML (Extensible Markup Language) - Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a text-based format that allows for the structuring of electronic documents and is not limited to a set of labels.
  • XML bomb - An XML (Extensible Markup Language) bomb is a small but dangerous message that is composed and sent with the intent of overwhelming the program that parses XML files.
  • XML information set - The XML information set, also called the XML Infoset, is a specification for an abstract model of an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document.
  • XML infoset - The XML information set, also called the XML Infoset, is a specification for an abstract model of an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document.
  • XML infoset (XML information set) - The XML information set, also called the XML Infoset, is a specification for an abstract model of an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document.
  • XML Metadata Interchange - XMI (XML Metadata Interchange) is a proposed use of the Extensible Markup Language (XML) that is intended to provide a standard way for programmers and other users to exchange information about metadata (essentially, information about what a set of data consists of and how it is organized).
  • XML namespace - In general, a namespace uniquely identifies a set of names so that there is no ambiguity when objects having different origins but the same names are mixed together.
  • XML pipeline - An XML pipeline is a formalized, logical expression of the method by which an XML (Extensible Markup Language) document is handled.
  • XML Pointer Language - XPointer is a language for locating data within an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document based on properties such as location within the document, character content, and attribute values.
  • XML Query Language - XQL (XML Query Language) is a way to locate and filter the elements (data fields) and text in an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document.
  • XML Schema Definition - XSD is a W3C recommendation that defines the way to utilize the elements in an XML document.
  • XMPP - XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) is a protocol based on Extensible Markup Language (XML) and intended for instant messaging (IM) and online presence detection.
  • XNOR - A logic gate is an elementary building block of a digital circuit.
  • XNS - Extensible Name Service (XNS) is an open Extensible Markup Language (XML)-based protocol that specifies a way to establish and manage a universal addressing system.
  • Xoff - Xon/Xoff (sometimes written "X-on/X-off" or "XON/XOFF" and pronounced eks-AWN eks-AWF) is a protocol for controlling the flow of data between computers and other devices on an asynchronous serial connection.
  • Xon - Xon/Xoff (sometimes written "X-on/X-off" or "XON/XOFF" and pronounced eks-AWN eks-AWF) is a protocol for controlling the flow of data between computers and other devices on an asynchronous serial connection.
  • Xon Xoff - Xon/Xoff (sometimes written "X-on/X-off" or "XON/XOFF" and pronounced eks-AWN eks-AWF) is a protocol for controlling the flow of data between computers and other devices on an asynchronous serial connection.
  • Xon/Xoff (X-on/X-off or XON/XOFF) - Xon/Xoff (sometimes written "X-on/X-off" or "XON/XOFF" and pronounced eks-AWN eks-AWF) is a protocol for controlling the flow of data between computers and other devices on an asynchronous serial connection.
  • XOR - A logic gate is an elementary building block of a digital circuit.
  • XP - Extreme Programming (XP) is a pragmatic approach to program development that emphasizes business results first and takes an incremental, get-something-started approach to building the product, using continual testing and revision.
  • XPath injection - XPath injection is an attack targeting Web sites that create XPath queries from user-supplied data.
  • XPRL - XPRL (Extensible Public Relations Language) is an open specification for an XML-based language being developed for the public relations sector.
  • XQL - XQL (XML Query Language) is a way to locate and filter the elements (data fields) and text in an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document.
  • XQL (XML Query Language) - XQL (XML Query Language) is a way to locate and filter the elements (data fields) and text in an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document.
  • XQuery - XQuery is a specification for a query language that allows a user or programmer to extract information from an Extensible Markup Language (XML) file or any collection of data that can be XML-like.
  • XrML - XrML (Extensible Rights Markup Language) is a proposed standard digital rights management (DRM) markup language.
  • XSD - XSD is a W3C recommendation that defines the way to utilize the elements in an XML document.
  • XSD (XML Schema Definition) - XSD is a W3C recommendation that defines the way to utilize the elements in an XML document.
  • XSL - XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language), formerly called Extensible Style Language, is a language for creating a style sheet that describes how data sent over the Web using the Extensible Markup Language (XML) is to be presented to the user.
  • XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) - XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language), formerly called Extensible Style Language, is a language for creating a style sheet that describes how data sent over the Web using the Extensible Markup Language (XML) is to be presented to the user.
  • XSL Transformations - XSL Transformations (XSLT) is a standard way to describe how to transform (change) the structure of an XML (Extensible Markup Language) document into an XML document with a different structure.
  • XSLT - XSL Transformations (XSLT) is a standard way to describe how to transform (change) the structure of an XML (Extensible Markup Language) document into an XML document with a different structure.
  • XSRF - Cross-site request forgery (XSRF or CSRF) is a method of attacking a Web site in which an intruder masquerades as a legitimate and trusted user.
  • XSS - Cross-site scripting (XSS) is a type of injection security attack in which an attacker injects data, such as a malicious script, into content from otherwise trusted websites.
  • XSS hole - Cross-site scripting (XSS) is a type of injection security attack in which an attacker injects data, such as a malicious script, into content from otherwise trusted websites.
  • XST - Cross-site tracing (XST) is a sophisticated form of cross-site scripting (XSS) that can bypass security countermeasures already put in place to protect against XSS.
  • XTACACS - TACACS (Terminal Access Controller Access Control System) is an older authentication protocol common to UNIX networks that allows a remote access server to forward a user's logon password to an authentication server to determine whether access can be allowed to a given system.
  • Xubuntu - Ubuntu (pronounced oo-BOON-too) is an open source Debian-based Linux distribution.
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