Refers to an architecture in which one device (the master) controls one or more other devices (the slaves).
(n.) In a biometric security system, the process of comparing a biometric sample with a stored reference template and subsequently assigning a score based on the level of similarity. The biometric system then issues an accept or reject decision based on the results of the matching.
A Web site that refers buyers to a third-party Web merchant willing to sell a good or service at the price specified by the buyer.
- mathematical expression
Any expression that represents a numeric value.
(1) A two-dimensional array; that is, an array of rows and columns. (2) The background area of color display.
In audio and sound terms, matrixed describes a technique in which multichannels are blended together and stored. Contrast with discrete where channels are individually stored.