Abbreviation for nonlinear diting. NLE is also used to describe the various nonlinear digital video editing software packages available to video authors.
See nonlinear editing.
(n.) Short for near line of sight. Radio frequency technologies use the term NLOS to describe a partially obstructed path between the location of the signal transmitter and the location of the signal receiver. Obstacles that can cause an obstruction in the line of sight include trees, buildings, mountains, hills and other natural or manmade […]
Short for natural language processing, a branch of artificial intelligence that deals with analyzing, understanding and generating the languages that humans use naturally in order to interface with computers in both written and spoken contexts using natural human languages instead of computer languages. One of the challenges inherent in natural language processing is teaching computers […]
A form factor designed by Intel for PC motherboards. The NLX form factor features a number of improvements over the current LPX form factor. Its features include: Support for larger memory modules and DIMMs Support for the newest microprocessors, including the Pentium II using SEC packaging. Support for AGP video cards. Better access to motherboard […]
Short for Network News Transfer Protocol, the protocol used to post, distribute, and retrieve USENET messages. The official specification is RFC 977. NNTP replaced UUCP, the original USENET protocol.
Short for negative-channel metal-oxide semiconductor, and pronounced en-moss, a type of semiconductor that is negatively charges so that transistors are turned on or off by the movement of electrons. In contrast, PMOS (positive-channel MOS) works by moving electron vacancies. NMOS is faster than PMOS, but also more expensive to produce.