Fluid aspect-oriented programming, or fluid AOP, involves the ability to temporarily shift a program (or other software model) to a different structure to do some piece of work with it, and then shift it back.*[Source: The Fun Has Just Begun (PDF)]
(adj) Aligned along a margin. For example, text that is flush left is aligned along the left margin. Flush-right text is aligned along the right margin. The opposite of flush is ragged. Text that is both flush left and flush right is said to be justified. (v) To copy data from a temporary storage area […]
- fly through
In virtual reality environments, fly through is movement of an object or model through a predefined path.
- focal length
In digital photography and digital video recording, the focal length refers to the size of the image and angle of field of view as seen by the camera through the lens. This is the center of the lens to the image pickup device.
- focal plane
(1) The focal plane represents the area in a camera where light is focused. In digital cameras and digital video recorders the CCD rests on the focal plane. (2) A focal plane shutter is a type of photographic shutter used in 35mm SLR cameras. It is positioned behind the lens and slightly in front of […]
In graphical user interfaces such as Windows and the Macintosh environment, a folder is an object that can contain multiple documents. Folders are used to organize information. In the DOS and UNIX worlds, folders are called directories.