Eye track, or eye tracking technology uses a combination of an eye-tracker device to capture a person’s eye motion or point of gaze and software, which is used to record and analyze the digital images from the device. Tracker devices are small digital video cameras that are mounted on a computer monitor and angled to capture at eye level or cameras that are mounted on glasses and headgear worm by the user.
Eye tracking technology may be used as a replacement for a computer mouse, or in marketing, it is used for measuring and analyzing how people interact with products.
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The names of the function keys. See under function keys.
Acronym for FreeBSD/Apache/MySQL/PHP, Python, (and/or) PERL The acronym FAMP refers to a set of free (open source) applications which are commonly used in Web server environments. The FAMP stack provides developers with the four key elements of a Web server: an the operating system, database, Web server and Web scripting software. The combined usage of […]
Pronounced as separate letters, or as “fak,” and short for frequently asked questions, a FAQ is an online documentthat poses a series of common questions and answers on a specific topic. FAQs originated in Usenet groups as a way to answer questions about the rules of the service. Today, there are FAQs on the Web […]
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A TCP variant. FAST TCP is an alternative congestion control algorithm in TCP, that is designed to sustain high throughput and utilization for high-speed data transfers over large distance (e.g., tens of gigabyte files across the Atlantic). The Fast TCP system being developed by Steven Low and colleagues at the California Institute of Technology. Current […]
Also called 12-bit FAT, the file allocation table (FAT) for a floppy disk. The location of files on a floppy disk are listed in a one-column table in the FAT. Because the width of each entry in a floppy disk��s column is 12 bits, the FAT is called FAT12. FAT12 supports disks up to 16MB.