In computer-based training (CBT), also called computer-assisted instruction (CAI), an adjunct program is a device used by instructors to apply programming principles to course materials such as texts or manuals.
- administrative domain
A collection of networks, computers, and databases under a common administration, such as an enterprise’s intranet. The devices that operate in a singular administrative domain share common security features that are administered across the network and the entities that are associated with it.
- administrative privileges
The highest level of permission that is granted to a computer user. On home computers systems, the owner is usually the default administrator. In business and networked systems, this level of permission normally allows the user to install software, and change configuration settings. The term administrative privileges is most commonly used in reference to Microsoft […]
A slang term derived from the words advertisement and information. In Internet and online advertising, advermation is the term used to describe any advertisement or marketing message that is presented to users as useful information.
In affiliate programs, the advertiser is the Web site owner or merchant who pays affiliates for sending traffic to their site to purchase or generate leads. Also called merchant. See “How Affiliate Marketing Works” in the “Did You Know…” section of
In aspect-oriented programming (AOP) advice is the code that is applied to, or cross-cuts, your existing object model.