[kuh-nek-shuh-niz-uh m] /kəˈnɛk ʃəˌnɪz əm/
the theory that all mental processes can be described as the operation of inherited or acquired bonds between stimulus and response.
(psychol) the theory that the connections between brain cells mediate thought and govern behaviour
an approach in artificial intelligence to recreate the connections between nodes of information, in a network or hierarchy, that is equivalent to the brain’s connections; also called [parallel distributed processing]
- Connectionless protocol
The data communication method in which communication occurs between hosts with no previous setup. Packets sent between two hosts may take different routes. UDP is a connectionless protocol. Also called packet switching. Contrast circuit switching, connection-oriented.
- Connection machine lisp
language Lisp with a parallel data structure, the ‘xapping’, an array of values assigned to an array of sites. [G.L. Steele et al, “Connection Machine LISP: Fine-Grained Parallel Symbolic Processing”, in Proc 1986 ACM Conf on LISP and Functional Prog, Aug 1986, pp.279-297]. [“Connection Machine LISP Reference Manual”, Thinking Machines Corp, Feb 1987]. (1995-02-28)
networking (Or “host-host layer”) The middle layer in the OSI seven layer model. The transport layer determines how to use the network layer to provide a virtual error-free, point to point connection so that host A can send messages to host B and they will arrive un-corrupted and in the correct order. It establishes and […]
- Connection-oriented network service
networking (CONS) Because of the relatively long transit delays and inferior bit error rate of WANs, a more sophisticated connection-oriented protocol is normally used. (1997-11-08)