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  • A+

    A+ is an array programming language descendent from the programming language A, which in turn was created to replace APL in 1988. Available under the GNU General Public License A+ embodies a rich set of functions and operators, a modern graphical user interface with many widgets and automatic synchronization of widgets and variables, asynchronous execution of functions associated with variables and events, dynamic loading of user compiled subroutines, and many other features. A+ was created at Morgan Stanley. A+ was designed for numerically intensive applications, especially those found in financial applications. A+ runs on many Unix variants, including Linux. A+ is a high-level, interactive, interpreted language.

  • A/B Testing

    A/B testing is a simple randomized experiment with two variants, A and B. The experiement can be used to validate a new design or a new change to an element on your webpage for improving your conversion rate. It is a form of statistical hypothesis testing, to determine which one produce positive results.

  • AAA protocols

    Commonly stands for Autehntication, Authorization, and Accounting, they refer to a security architecture for distributed systems, which enables control over which users allowed access to which services and how much of the resources they have used.

  • AAA server

    A server program that handles user requests for access to computer resources. It provides authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) services. It interacts with network access, gateway servers, and databases and directories.

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  • Aakash tablet computer

    A government-subsidized Android tablet computer developed by the Indian Institute of Technology in conjunction with a UK-based company called DataWind. 

  • AARP (AppleTalk Address Resolution Protocol)

    A way to map between the physical hardware addresses of computers, such as those known to an Ethernet or token ring local area network, and their temporarily assigned AppleTalk network addresses.  

  • AAUI (Apple Attachment Unit Interface)

    The 14- or 15-pin port or connection interface on earlier models of Macintosh computers that allowed it to be connected by a short interface cable (or "transceiver") to an Ethernet cable.   

  • ABAP objects

    In the R/3 product from the German software company, SAP, ABAP Objects is a programming language and part of the ABAP Workbench that allows developers to create and run applications that contain program objects.   

  • ABAP workbench

    A set of programs for developing Enterprise Resource Management (ERM) applications that runs in the R/3 subsystem from SAP. The latest version includes ABAP Objects, an object-oriented programming language. 

  • ABBH (Average Bouncing Busy Hour)

    In designing and assessing telephone networks, ABBH is the measure of traffic load on a switching system during the busiest hour of each day, over a certain period, typically one week, then averaged for the time period.

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  • ABCD data switch

    A small box that lets you hook up to four devices from one PC serial or parallel port on your computer.

  • Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1)

    A standard way to describe a message (a unit of application data) that can be sent or received in a network. ASN.1 is divided into two parts: (1) the rules of syntax for describing the contents of a message (2) how you actually encode each data item in a message. 

  • Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT)

    A set of Application Program Interfaces (APIs) used to create GUI objects: buttons, scroll bars, and windows.  AWT is part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC) from Sun Microsystems. A more recent set of GUI interfaces called Swing extends the AWT.

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