a computer-optical disk system that displays still or moving video images as determined by computer program and user needs
- Interactive voice response
communications (IVR) A telecommunications system, prevelant with PBX and voice mail systems, that uses a prerecorded database of voice messages to present options to a user, typically over telephone lines. User input is retrieved via DTMF tone key presses. When used in conjunction with voice mail, for example, these systems typically allow users to store, […]
noun the extent to which something is interactive; the extent to which a computer program and human being may have a dialog
[eyj] /eɪdʒ/ noun 1. the length of time during which a being or thing has existed; length of life or existence to the time spoken of or referred to: trees of unknown age; His age is 20 years. 2. a period of human life, measured by years from birth, usually marked by a certain stage […]
[in-ter-ey-juh n-see, in-] /ˌɪn tərˈeɪ dʒən si, ˈɪn-/ adjective 1. made up of, involving, or representing two or more government : interagency cooperation.