Adaptive hypermedia, abbreviated as AH, is the next-generation of hypermedia applications. Where hypermedia serves the same pages and the same set of links to all users, adaptive hypermedia improves the usability of hypermedia by building a model of the preferences and knowledge of an individual user and uses this information to adapt the hypertext to the needs of that particular user.
- Android Debug Bridge
Short for Android Debug Bridge, adb is a command-line debugging application shipped with the Android SDK. Adb provides tools to browse the device, copy tools on the device, and forward ports for debugging.
(1) A component you can add to a computer or other device to increase its capabilities. Add-ins can increase memory or add graphics or communications capabilities to a computer. They can come in the form of expansion boards, cartridges, or chips. The term add-in is often used instead of add-on for chips you add to […]
Refers to a product designed to complement another product. For example, there are numerous add-on boards available that you can plug into a personal computer to give it additional capabilities. Another term for add-on board is expansion board. Add-on products are also available for software applications. For example, there are add-on report generation programs that […]
- add-on manager
In Internet-enabled applications and services, an add-on manager is the term used to describe the management tab or section in application that stores information about installed add-ons (products designed to complement another product). An add-on manager can be accessed by the application user to set preferences and options for using add-ons. Some common applications that […]
- added value
The value that is added to any product or service as the result of a particular process. For example, VARs add value to systems through the loading of applications or proprietary software onto computers and ASPs add value to the services they provide.