ARP: Address Resolution Protocol

ALGOL: Algorithmic Language

ANSI: American National Standard Institute

ATM: Asynchronous Transfer Mode

AS: Autonomous System

ASCII: American Standard Code for Information Interchange

ASP: Active Server Page

ADSL: Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

API: Application Program Interface

ARP: Address Resolution Protocol

AH: Active Hub

AD: Active Directory

ADC: Analog to Digital Convertor

AL: Active Link

AI: Artificial Intelligence

ALU: Arithmetic Logical Unit

AM: Active Monitor

APCI: Application-Layer Protocol Control Information

ADF: Automatic Document Folder

BGP: Border Gateway Protocol

BIOS: Basic Input Output System

BASIC: Beginners All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code

BPS: Bit Per Second

BCC: Blind Carbon Copy

BIPS: Billion Instruction Per Second

BCR: Bar Code Reader

BRD: Blue Ray Disc

BINAC: Binary Automatic Computer

BMP: Bitmap/Basic Multilingual Plane

BCD: Binary Coded Decimal

BER: Bit Error Rate

BPI: Byte Per Inch

BPS: Bits Per Second

CAD: Computer Aided Design

CDMA: Code Durian Multiple Access

CMOS: Complementary Metal Oxide Semi Conductor

CMYK: Cyan Magenta Yellow Block

CRT: Cathode Ray Tube

CAN: Campus Area Network

CNM: Calculatory Network Mode

CD: Compact Disc

CLASS: Computer Literacy and Studies in School

COBOL: Common Business Oriented Language

COMAL: Common Algorithmic Language

CPU: Central Processing Unit

CSS: Cascading Style Sheets

CU: Control Unit

CUA: Control User Access

CTCP: Client-To-Client Protocol

CDR: Compact Disc Record able

CDROM: Compact Disc Read Only Memory

CDRW: Compact Disc Re writable

CG: Computer Graphics

CGI: Common Gateway Interface

CIFS: Common Interface File System

COM: Common Object Mode

CLR: Common Language Run time

CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access

DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

DPI: Data Per Inch

DSL: Digital Subscriber Line

DBMS: Data Base Management System

DRAM: Dynamic Ram

DVD: Digital Video/Versatile Disc

DAC: Digital to Analog Convertor

DAP: Directory Access Protocol

DB: Data Base

DBA: Data Base Administrator

DCL: Digital Command Language

DFD: Data Flow Diagram

DFS: Distributed File System

DHTML: Dynamic Hyper Text Markup Language

DLL: Dynamic Link Library

DLP: Digital Light Processing

DMA: Direct Memory Access

DNS: Domain Name System

DSN: Database Source Name

DTP: Desktop Publishing

DVR: Digital Video Recorder

DOS: Disk Operating System

EPROM: Electrically Prom

EEPROM: Electrically Erasable Prom

EBCDIC: Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code

EDO: Extended Data Out

EDP: Electronic Data Processing

EDSAC: Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator

EGA: Enhanced Graphics Array/Exterior Gateway Protocol

E-Mail: Electronic Mail

ENIAC: Electronic Numerical Integrated And Computer

EOF: End Of File

EXE: Executable

EDI: Electronic Data Interchange

FAT: File Allocation Table

FTP: File Transfer Protocol

FAP: Fort ran Assembley Program

FAX: Far Away Xerox

FDC: Floppy Disk Controller

FDD: Floppy Disk Drive

FIFO: First In First Out

FORTRAN: Formula Translation

FPU: Floating Point Unit

FS: File System

FPS: Frame Per Second

FLOPS: Floating Point Operations Per Second

GIF: Graphics Interchange Format

GPS: Global Positioning System

GUI: Graphical User Interface

GIGO: Garbage In Garbage Out

HTTP: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

HTTPS: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure

HDMI: High Definition Multimedia Interface

HIDD: Hard Disc Drive

HVD: Holographic Versatile Disc

HCI: Human Computer Interaction

HLL: High Level Language

HPFS: High Performance File System

HSM: Hierarchical Storage Management

HTM: Hierarchical Temporal Memory

HTX: Hyper Transport Expansion

IVR: Interactive Voice Response

IMAP: Internet Message Access Protocol

ISDN: Integrated Servers Digital Network

IP: Internet Protocol

IS: Information System

IM: Instant Message

IMAP: Internet Message Access Protocol

IRO: Interrupt Request

ISDN: Integrated Services Digital Network

ISOC: Internet Society

ISP: Internet Service Provider

ISR: Interrupt Service Routine

IT: Information Technology

JPEG: Joint Picture Expert Group

JRE: Java Run time Environment

JS: Java Script

JSP: Java Server Pages

JUG: Java Users Group

Kb: Kilo bit

KB: Kilobyte

KHz: Kilohertz

Kbps: kilo bit Per Second

LIFO: Last In First Out

LCD: Liquid Crystal Display

LED: Light Emitting Diode

LPI: Lines Per Inch

LIS: Large Scale Integration

LIPS: List Processing

MIME: Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension

MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface

MPEG: Moving Picture Expert Group

MODEN: Modulator Demodulator

Mb: Megabit

MB: Megabyte

MBR: Master Boot Record

MAC: Media Access Control

MMS: Multimedia Messaging Service

MDI: Multiple Document Interface

MICR: Magnetic Ink Character Recognition

MIMO: Multiple-Input Multiple-Output

MIPS: Million Instructions Per Second

NTP: Network Time Protocol

NIC: Network Interface Controller

NAT: Network Address Translation

NFS: Network File System

NIC: Network Interface Card

NOS: Network Operating System

OMR: Optical Mark Reader

OCR: Optical Character Reader

ODBC: Open Data Base Connectivity

OMR: Optical Mark Reader

OOP: Object Oriented Programming

OS: Operating System

OOS: Open Source Software

OLE: Object Linking and Embedding

P2P: Point to Point Protocol

PPP: Peer to Peer Protocol

PING: Pocket Internet Gopher

PDF: Portable Document Format

PAN: Personal Area Network

PAP: Password Authentication Protocol

PC: Personal Computer

PCL: Printed Command Language

PDL: Program Design Language

PGA: Pin Grid Array

PIO: Programmed Input/Output

PLA: Programmable Logic Array

PPTP: Point-Point Tunneling Protocol

QDR: Quad Data Rate

QFP: Quoted For Permanence

RARP: Reverse Address Resolution Protocol

RAM: Random Access Memory

ROM: Read Only Memory

SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol

SIP: Session Initialization Protocol

SSH: Secure Shell

SQL: Structured Query Language

SAN: Storage Area Network

SCSI: Small Computer System Interface

SDL: Simple Direct Media Layer

SMTP: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

SNOBOL: String Oriented Symbolic Language

TCP: Transmission Control Protocol

TTF: True Type Font

TTS: Text-To-Speech

TFT: Thin-Film Transistor

UI: User Interface

UAC: User Account Control

URL: Uniform Resource Locator

URN: Uniform Resource Name

ULSI: Ultra Large Scale Integration

UTP: Unshielded Twisted Pair

VB: Visual Basic

VDD: Virtual Device Driver

VGA: Video Graphics Array

VPN: Virtual Private Network

VDU: Visual Display Unit

VM: Virtual Memory

WAN: Wide Area Network

Wi-Fi: Wireless Fidelity

WLAN: Wireless Local Area Network

WWID: World Wide Identifier

WWW: World Wide Web

WLL: Wireless Local Loop

XAML: Extensible Application Markup Language

XML: Extensible Markup Language

XHTML: Extensible Hyper Text Markup Language

ZIP: Zone Information Protocol

ZNA: Zone Network Administration
























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