Often referred to as simply a subright, in book publishing, a right to use content that is subsidiary to the primary right; for example, film rights or foreign-language translation rights to a book are subsidiary rights.
A subdirectory of a Web site that is a complete site. For example, most ISP member pages are a subsite of the ISP’s domain name.
- subtractive primary colors
In contrast to combining the additive primary colors of red, green, and blue to make white, subtractive primary colors is a four-color printing process that uses cyan, magenta, yellow and black. This is often referred to as CMYK. See CMYK. See “The Science of Color” in the Did You Know… section of
A term coined by Microsoft that is used in its Web page design software, Microsoft FrontPage. When you create a FrontPage Web, you may want to restrict access to certain portions of that Web. To do this, you create what is called a subweb within the Web, and then restrict access to that subweb. The […]
- super-speed Internet
The term used to describe a satellite, launched by Japan, that is capable of providing Internet connectivity at speeds of 1.2 GB/sec around the world. Called the WINDS satellite, it was first launched in February 2008 and it initially focused on providing Internet connectivity in the Asia-Pacific region. It’s a joint venture between two companies […]
The fastest type of computer. Supercomputers are very expensive and are employed for specialized applications that require immense amounts of mathematical calculations. For example, weather forecasting requires a supercomputer. Other uses of supercomputers include animated graphics, fluid dynamic calculations, nuclear energy research, and petroleum exploration. The chief difference between a supercomputer and a mainframe is […]