frequency cap

In Online Advertising it is the restriction on the amount of times a visitor is shown a particular advertisement when visiting a Web site. Cookies are used to track the number of times the particular ad has been shown to a visitor.

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    )A method of feeding paper through a printer. Friction-feed printers use plastic or rubber rollers to squeeze a sheet of paper and pull it through the printer. The other principal form of feeding paper into a dot-matrix or daisy-wheel printer is through a tractor feed, in which sprocketed wheels on either side of the printer […]

  • fried

    In the world of computers the word fried is used to refer to hardware or systems that have been rendered completely useless. One common example is to refer to a non-working hard drive as “being fried”. In more general electronics, fried refers to components that have been burned by excessive voltage, heat or electrical damage.

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    Friendquest a slang term used to describe the act of sending a friend request to another person on a social networking site (SNS).

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    On social networking sites (SNS), like Facebook, friends are the people on the same SNS that you have added as a contact from within your own profile. On some social networking sites you may be required to accept a person’s friend request before they can see your profile, on other sites it may be an […]

  • front end

    (1) For software applications, front end is the same as user interface. (2) In client/server applications, the client part of the program is often called the front end and the server part is called the back end. (3) Compilers, the programs that translate source code into object code, are often composed of two parts: a […]

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