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Beam Stack Search

  1. Beam stack search is a search algorithm which integrates backtracking with beam search.


  1. Algorithms are generated through large scale combinatorial search that employs sophisticated program transformations.
  2. Algorithms are given to transform unstructured program schemas into equivalent structured forms. (Web site)
  3. Algorithms are not thought of as design patterns, since they solve computation al problems rather than design problems.
  4. Algorithms are not thought of as design patterns, since they solve computational problems rather than design problems.
  5. Algorithms are not thought of as design patterns, since they solve implementation problems rather than design ones.


  1. The word "internet" literally means "network of networks". (Web site)
  2. While an internet is a network, the term "internet" is usually used to refer to a collection of networks interconnected with routers.
  3. The Internet is the catch-all word used to describe the massive world-wide network of computers. (Web site)
  4. The Internet is an inescapable fact of life today. (Web site)
  5. The Internet is a prime driver for growth in this segment.

Security Policy

  1. In both cases, software enforces the security policy, but the label parsing software can be written once if the syntax and semantics are loosely coupled.
  2. You should know about the CIA Triad and how it is often used to plan and implement good security policy, and understand the principles behind it. (Web site)
  3. A TCB consists of one or more components that together enforce a unified security policy over a product or system. (Web site)


  1. PC manufacturers don't really care which components they use or OS they run, they just want to sell PCs. (Web site)
  2. When the OS and CPU is different between the Mac an PC there is (well, was) a big gap between systems to jump and a price differential can be justified. (Web site)
  3. With Apple's help it could also run what is arguably the best OS on the market today, at a low price point. (Web site)

Application Layer Firewall

  1. Application layer firewall is a firewall operating at the application layer of the networking communication.
  2. An application layer firewall is a firewall software operating at the application layer of a protocol stack. (Web site)

Virtual Server

  1. The virtual server ports and real server ports are bound to each other directly. (Web site)
  2. All traf---c destined for virtual server is load balanced across the three real servers on port 8001. (Web site)
  3. The following example shows a virtual server backing up another virtual server.

Accidental Complexity

  1. Accidental complexity is a problem of complexity in computer programs or its development process ( computer programming), that can be avoided.
  2. Accidental complexity is an avoidable problem of complexity in computer programs or their development process ( computer programming). (Web site)
  3. Accidental complexity is an example of an anti-pattern.
  4. Accidental complexity is the result of poor attempts to solve the problem and may be equivalent to what some are calling complication. (Web site)

Applied Computing

  1. Applied computing is a growing market segment, and the Internet is accelerating its growth.

Database Model

  1. Relational database model: Data represented as a set of related tables or relations.
  2. The authors describe the development of a drug database model for computer-supported dose adjustment within a CPOE system. (Web site)

Data Integrity

  1. The Biba model specifies rule-based controls for writing and deleting necessary to preserve data integrity.
  2. Biba [5] has defined a data integrity model which includes security labels. (Web site)
  3. The third step, data integrity, entails protecting e-mail from unauthorized modification. (Web site)

Abstraction Layer

  1. An abstraction layer is a way of hiding the implementation details of a particular set of functionality. (Web site)
  2. An abstraction layer was built into Windows NT and its 2000 and XP offspring.

Affective Computing

  1. Part 1 of this book provides the intellectual framework for affective computing.
  2. Natural language processing, spoken dialog systems, mixed-initiative interaction, virtual humans, conversational agents, affective computing. (Web site)
  3. Kadri, Faisal - Affective computing, computational models of human emotion. (Web site)

Batch Processing

  1. MultiBatcher is a tool for automation and batch processing of repetitive tasks on the computer.
  2. MultiBatcher 2.3.3 Free Download - MultiBatcher is a tool for automation and batch processing of computer tasks.

Bit Slicing

  1. Bit slicing is a technique for constructing a processor from modules of smaller bit width. (Web site)
  2. Bit slicing is a technique for constructing a processor from modules, bit slice processors, each of which processes one bit field or "slice" of an operand.


  1. AAFID was one of the earliest hierarchical distributed intrusion detection systems.

Abstraction Inversion

  1. Abstraction inversion is an example of an anti-pattern. (Web site)

Access Method

  1. An Access Method is a software component in a processor for controlling the flow of information through a network.

Acknowledge Character

  1. Acknowledge character (ACK): A transmission control character transmitted by the receiving station as an affirmative response to the sending station. (Web site)
  2. Note: An acknowledge character may also be used as an accuracy control character.

Acm Queue

  1. ACM Queue is a monthly magazine written by practitioners for practitioners. (Web site)

Address Pool

  1. Thus IP address pool management is done by the server and not by a human network administrator. (Web site)
  2. The aim is to register more users within the dynamic IP address pool than there are available IP addresses.
  3. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) assigns IP addresses dynamically from an IP address pool, which is managed by the network administrator. (Web site)

Adobe Font Metrics

  1. FTMaster can generate Adobe Font Metrics file for any opened font. (Web site)
  2. Adobe Font Metrics (AFM): A text file that stores font metrics information such as character widths and kerning pairs.
  3. AFM - Adobe Font Metrics File Format AFM is Adobe's ASCII-based file format used for storing font metric data as human-readable data. (Web site)


  1. AHB is a new type of Internet development tools. (Web site)
  2. The DesignWare AMBA 2.0 AHB protocol synthesizable IP is also available as RTL source code on a fee-per-project basis. (Web site)
  3. The DesignWare IP solutions for AMBA 2.0 AHB protocol are available today for no additional charge to DesignWare Library licensees. (Web site)


  1. Alacritech is a member of the 10 Gigabit Ethernet Alliance and the Storage Networking Association (SNIA) and a founding member of the SNIA IP Storage Forum.
  2. Alacritech is a privately held company based in San Jose, California. (Web site)
  3. Alacritech was founded by Larry Boucher, creator of the SCSI interface, to deliver upon his vision of eliminating the server bottleneck.

Allman Style

  1. Duane Allman Style by Michael Doke is a video lesson covering the distinctive slide guitar technique of Duane Allman.
  2. Allman style — Named for Eric Allman, a Berkeley hacker who wrote a lot of the BSD utilities in it (it is sometimes called BSD style). (Web site)
  3. The Allman style is named after Eric Allman, but is sometimes referred to as "ANSI style".


  1. ALTRAN was a FORTRAN extension providing rational algebra, developed by W.S. Brown, at Bell Labs around 1968. (Web site)


  1. Initial builds may detect this treat as W32.Alua@mm or W32.Aula@mm.
  2. W32.Alua@mm (also known as W32.Beagle.B or W32.Bagle.B), is a mass-mailing worm that has begun spreading worldwide.


  1. Aminet is the world's largest archive of Amiga -related software and files. (Web site)
  2. Aminet was originally hosted by several universities' FTP sites, and is now available on CD-ROM and on the web. (Web site)


  1. AMS-TeX is a TeX macro package, originally written by Michael Spivak for the American Mathematical Society (AMS) during 1983-1985. (Web site)
  2. AMS-TeX doesn't have any automatic numbering facilities. (Web site)
  3. We translate all AMS-TeX files to AMS-LaTeX, and any complicated author macros may have to be converted manually. (Web site)

Angry Coffee

  1. Angry Coffee made the front page of the Wall Street Journal .
  2. You don’t need to download any software to use Angry Coffee, which is nice.
  3. list Angry Coffee's Percolator MP3 search engine right next to Napster.


  1. However, complete time-based Web resources, such as Annodex Pfeiffer, et al. (Web site)
  2. Annodex also provides a field in its headers to store the UTC basetime, and CMML has a tag for it. (Web site)
  3. Pfeiffer said that the choice to use the Ogg codecs was based on the need for Annodex to be royalty-free and available to all users. (Web site)

Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection System

  1. In development of anomaly-based Intrusion Detection System, improving detection accuracy is important. (Web site)
  2. The appliance features a protocol anomaly-based intrusion detection system built in to a secure Web mail application. (Web site)


  1. His father decided that Ansel’s formal education was best ended.
  2. Seventeen issues with Ansel Adams plates or illustrated articles as follows: Vol. (Web site)
  3. Illustrated with two photographs by Ansel Adams, a portrait of Louis Nusbaumer, a photograph of his diary and a folded map. (Web site)


  1. Antec recommends choosing from our NeoHE, Phantom, or TruePower 2.0 power supplies.
  2. The Antec P182 is certainly one of those rare review units I am really excited for. (Web site)
  3. If you already have an answer in your head, you probably guessed it -- the P182 'Performance One' series case from Antec. (Web site)


  1. APNG is a simpler alternative to MNG, providing a spec suitable for the most common usage of animated images on the Internet. (Web site)
  2. APNG is an extension of the [PNG][pngspec] format, adding support for animated images.
  3. APNG is designed to allow incremental display of frames before the entire image has been read. (Web site)


  1. In step 2430, the APU begins to execute the apulet in response to the kick command issued at step 2428. (Web site)
  2. Other DMA commands may be issued by the PU in the execution of a particular ARPC depending upon the particular apulet. (Web site)
  3. In step 2414, the PU enables an interrupt request for the designated APU to signal completion of the apulet. (Web site)


  1. American Arium tools are used worldwide to debug software in embedded applications, BIOS, device drivers, and OS kernels. (Web site)
  2. American Arium products are used throughout the PC industry to debug BIOS, device drivers and OS kernels.
  3. For more information, contact your American Arium representative.


  1. You need a version of the ASPI manager for the 8 bit Atari. (Web site)
  2. ASPI is just like that. (Web site)
  3. Download and install aspi32.exe.


  1. This is an ambitious vision, but with this first AstroGrid release it begins to look like a concrete reality". (Web site)
  2. If you make use of the AstroGrid system or tools, we would be grateful if you could acknowledge this use in any resulting publications.
  3. GETTING STARTED Read a little about the Virtual Observatory Read a little about the AstroGrid Desktop suite. (Web site)


  1. The Starter Kit supports ATCA hardware and software testing and development and can be used as a system for proof of concept and customer demonstrations.
  2. The ATCA Starter Kit is sold exclusively through Arrow; quantities on the starter kit are limited.
  3. Carlo Gavazzi's chassis is a complete ATCA development system that is available with a six-slot, full-mesh backplane.


  1. Autonegotiation is a function which provides the exchange of information between the local device and its link partner.


  1. BEOL generally begins when the first layer of metal is deposited on the wafer. (Web site)
  2. Our customer looked to Mattson to provide further improvements in the areas of productivity, reliability and serviceability for their BEOL production. (Web site)

Berkeley Systems

  1. The first commercial success for Berkeley Systems was a virtual desktop product for the Macintosh called Stepping Out. (Web site)
  2. Eastman was later put in charge of software development at Berkeley Systems. (Web site)
  3. In early 2000, Berkeley Systems was folded into the fledgling Los Angeles-based gambling site, per the terms of that site's acquisition by Vivendi. (Web site)

Biba Model

  1. The Biba model was developed after the Bell-LaPadula model with a different interest in mind.


  1. BIFS is a program to help growers enhance environmental quality while maintaining yields and profits.
  2. BIFS is a acronym that can contains many meanings which are listed below.

Bit-Oriented Protocol

  1. Bit-oriented protocol is a communications protocol that sees the transmitted data as an opaque stream of bits with no semantics, or meaning.


  1. Computers > Software > Typesetting > Tex. (Web site)
  2. Computers > Education > Commercial Services > Training Companies > Desktop. (Web site)
  3. Computers > Programming > Methodologies > Object-Oriented > Desc.html. (Web site)
  4. Computers > Security > Internet > Products And Tools > Security Scanners. (Web site)
  5. Computers > Algorithms > Compression. (Web site)

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