Acronym for Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a set of Federal rules, first established in 1938, governs court procedures for civil suits. The FRCP is maintained and upheld by the United States Supreme Court. The most recent revisions (December 2006) to the FRCP address the disclosure and discovery of electronic information, including answers to interrogatories, production of documents and other information for inspection, sanctions and subpoenas.
- entropy coding
Entropy coding is a type of lossless coding to compress digital data by representing frequently occurring patterns with few bits and rarely occurring patterns with many bits. Huffman coding is a type of entropy coding.
FSAA or Full Screen Anti-Aliasing is a technique used by 3-D graphics cards that over samples each pixel in an image to produce a more realistic-looking image. This technique is an internal render by the GPU (graphics processing unit) that renders a higher resolution version of the screen then scales it down for display to […]
Short for frequency-shift keying, a modulation technique used by modems in which two different frequencies in the carrier signal are used to represent the binary states of 0 and 1. Using FSK, a modem converts the binary data from a computer into a binary form in which logic 1 is represented by an analog waveform […]
Short for Flexible Single Master Operations, it is a feature of Microsoft’s Active Directory. The schema master FSMO role holder is the domain controller responsible for performing updates to the directory schema.
On eBay, eBay alternatives, and classified ad Web sites, FSoT is an abbreviation used to mean for sale or trade. This abbreviation would be used by the seller to indicate that they are willing to sell the item or consider a trade for it.