Information interoperability describes the ability to meaningfully exchange information among separately developed information technology (IT) systems. This means the separate systems are able to understand the format, meaning and also the quality of the information being exchanged.
Abbreviated as IR, infrared is a wave of light that in the area beyond the visible part of the color spectrum. While it is invisible to human eye infrared is often used to enhance visibility when using night vision devices.
- infrastructure mode
An 802.11 networking framework in which devices communicate with each other by first going through an Access Point (AP). In infrastructure mode, wireless devices can communicate with each other or can communicate with a wired network. When one AP is connected to wired network and a set of wireless stations it is referred to as […]
- Ingress Traffic
(in´gres traf´ik) (n.) Network traffic that originates from outside of the network��s routers and proceeds toward a destination inside of the network. For example, an e-mail message that is considered ingress traffic will originate somewhere outside of a enterprise��s LAN, pass over the Internetand enter the company��s LAN before it is delivered to the recipient. […]
In object-oriented programing (OOP) inheritance is a feature that represents the “is a” relationship between different classes. Inheritance allows a class to have the same behavior as another class and extend or tailor that behavior to provide special action for specific needs.
(1) On Macintoshes an old term (before System 7) for System extensions. See under extension. (2) Short for initialize or initialization.