A simple hyperdata browser used to navigate the Semantic Web as an unbound set of data sources, such as static RDF files somewhere on the Web or RDF graphs. The browser renders all information about a specific resource as an HTML page, enabling users to visit the linked data (hyperdata) of resources. Disco is a server-side application that can be used without installing anything on your machine.
- Discretionary Access Control
In computer security, Discretionary Access Control (DAC) is a type of access control in which a user has complete control over all the programs it owns and executes, and also determines the permissions other users have those those files and programs. Because DAC requires permissions to be assigned to those who need access, DAC is […]
- Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN)
Abbreviated as DTN, Disruption Tolerant Networking is a networking architecture that is designed to provide communications in the most unstable and stressed environments, where the network would normally be subject to frequent and long lasting disruptions and high bit error rates that could severely degrade normal communications. It is an experimental protocol developed by the […]
- Distribution Point
A point within a network where the cable or fiber terminates. This point provides a point of entry for engineers to terminate or test the network.
(1) Short for Digital video express, a new DVD-ROM format promoted by several large Hollywood companies, including Disney, Dreamworks SKG, Paramount and Universal. With Divx, a movie (or other data) loaded onto a DVD-ROM is playable only during a specific time frame, typically two days. As soon as you begin playing a Divx disc, the […]
- DivX HD
The high definition (HD) version of the DivX format. DivX HD supports six-channel, 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound and delivers 720p HD resolution video at 4Mbps. DivX HD content can be viewed on HDTV with your PC or with a DivX HD DVD player.