Cet Acronyms Set 3

der Kopierschutz; schützen – copy protection; to protect
NiCad – a type of rechargeable battery commonly used to power a camera. single camera shooting:a technique of remote shooting that involves only one camera and is often used for event recording.
to switch off – выключать/выключить
while/conditional loop – Repeats until something happens; Format:
while condition
The action is repeated as long as the condition is true; Can use a counter variable initialized at zero to track number of times loop is used; Usually used for error checking
firewall – A system designed to prevent unauthorized access to or from a private network. Firewalls can be implemented in both hardware and software, or a combination of both.
Two's complement – 1.Two's complement the subtrahend (i.e. in binary, flip bits and add 1)
2. Add subtrahend and complemented subtrahend to find modulus
3. Add complented subtrahend to minuend
4. Subtract modulus
Subtype – Synonymous with subentity. A type of entity. An entity may be split into two or more subtypes, each of which has common attributes and/or relationships. Subtypes may have attributes and/or relationships of their own and may be further subtyped to lower levels.
tablet – portable computer with display, electronic circuitry, flash memory and battery in a single package
Ch 15: An informal review may consist of which of the following? (2) – (1) casual meeting
(2) desk check
Fixed Variable – Stores a value that will not change over the course of the entire program.
Ch 30: The people capability maturity model suggests practices that should be followed by an organization to attract, develop, and retain outstanding talent. – True
ROM – fast memory hardware that holds its contents even when the power is removed; also known as firmware
Random Access – The process of transferring information to or from memory in which every memory location can be accessed directly rather than being accessed in a fixed sequence.
car hire – прокат машины
Ch 3: The Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) suggests a philosophy that is based on the Pareto principle (80% of the application can be delivered in 20% of the time required to build the complete application). – True
rand – creates single random numbers from 0 and 1
Driving Gear – The gear connected to the input power source such as a motor

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