A bandwidth friendly and browser independent vector-graphic animation technology. As long as different browsers are equipped with the necessary plug-ins, Flash animations will look the same.
With Flash, users can draw their own animations or import other vector-based images.
Flash was known as FutureSplash until 1997, when Macromedia Inc. bought the company that developed it.
A format for storing digital images, especially digital photographs, developed by Eastman Kodak Company. FlashPix offers a number of unique features, including: the ability to store various resolutions of an image in a single file use of Microsoft’s OLE structured storage format, which enables developers to extend the format built-in linking support so that different […]
Derived from the words “flexibility” and “textbook”, Flexbook is a free open source textbook platform that can be used to build and edit collaborative textbooks. Flexbook is an open-content, web-based collaborative model that enables educators to customize content by repurposing what needs to be taught while adhering to the local education standards. Flexbook is maintained […]
- Flexible Service Processor
Abbreviated as FSP, this is an acronym associated with IBM eServers and other IBM systems. The Flexible Service Processor (FSP) is firmware that provides diagnostics, initialization, configuration, run-time error detection and correction. FSP is what connects the managed system to the Hardware Management Console (HMC).
Flooding is a Denial of Service (DoS) attack that is designed to bring a network or service down by flooding it with large amounts of traffic. Flood attacks occur when a network or service becomes so weighed down with packets initiating incomplete connection requests that it can no longer process genuine connection requests. By flooding […]
- Flynns taxonomy
First proposed by Michael J. Flynn in 1966, Flynn’s taxonomy is a specific classification of parallel computer architectures that are based on the number of concurrent instruction (single or multiple) and data streams (single or multiple) available in the architecture. The four categories in Flynn’s taxonomy are the following: (SISD) single instruction, single data (MISD) […]