Short for Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions, an application of the SIP protocol for server-to-server and client-to-server interoperability in instant messaging. SIMPLE is a step in bringing standardization to instant messaging.
A high level programming language designed specifically for use in simulation environments for building large scale simulation and modeling applications. The syntax of SIMSCRIPT is English-like allowing for long identifiers, and the capability for users to tailor the appearance of the source code. SIMSCRIPT was first produced by Harry Markowitz of Rand Corp in 1963.
(pronounced “shock”) Short for Semantically Interlinked Online Communities SIOC is a project that proposes a method for interconnecting blogs, forums and mailing lists to each other on the Semantic Web. SIOC started with the development of the SIOC core ontology, which is used to describe the domain of online communities and what they consist of […]
(1) Short for Session Initiation Protocol, it is an application-layer control protocol; a signaling protocol for Internet Telephony. SIP can establish sessions for features such as audio/videoconferencing, interactive gaming, and call forwarding to be deployed over IP networks, thus enabling service providers to integrate basic IP telephony services with Web, e-mail, and chat services. In […]
- SIP B
Short for session initiation protocol for business (SIP for Business) is a SIP-based protocol which allows advanced SIP features to be adopted for business telephony networks. SIP for Business does not modify the SIP standard in any way (nor does it propose any extensions or modifications to the SIP standard). It is a series of […]
- SIP proxy
Also called a SIP server or SIP proxy server, in telecommunications it is one of the main components of an IP PBX that is used by SIP to perform many of the call set-up functions. As described in RFC 3621 – SIP: Session Initiation Protocol SIP makes use of elements, called proxy servers (SIP proxy) […]