An application program common to different business processes, e.g. office automation.
Compare vertical application.
noun, Gymnastics. 1. a bar fixed in a position parallel to the floor or ground, for use in chinning and other exercises. 2. an event in gymnastic competitions, judged on strength and grace while performing specific movements on such a bar. noun 1. (gymnastics) a raised bar on which swinging and vaulting exercises are performed […]
- Horizontal encoding
processor An instruction set where each field (a bit or group of bits) in an instruction word controls some functional unit or gate directly, as opposed to vertical encoding where instruction fields are decoded (by hard-wired logic or microcode) to produce the control signals. Horizontal encoding allows all possible combinations of control signals (and therefore […]
- Horizontal fissure of cerebellum
horizontal fissure of cerebellum hor·i·zon·tal fissure of cerebellum (hôr’ĭ-zŏn’tl) n. A deep cleft encircling the cerebellum.
[hawr-uh-zon-tl, hor-] /ˌhɔr əˈzɒn tl, ˌhɒr-/ adjective 1. at right angles to the vertical; parallel to level ground. 2. flat or level: a horizontal position. 3. being in a prone or supine position; recumbent: His bad back has kept him horizontal for a week. 4. near, on, or parallel to the horizon. 5. of or […]