In haptics it is the term used to describe the sensation of a mechanical interaction with a person’s skin (e.g. the ability to feel pressure, pain, heat and so on through touch). Tactile is frequently described as the science of touch.
(n) A command inserted in a document that specifies how the document, or a portion of the document, should be formatted. Tags are used by all format specifications that store documents as text files. This includes SGML and HTML. (v) To mark a section of a document with a formatting command.
- tag RAM
The area in an L2 cache that identifies which data from main memory is currently stored in each cache line. The actual data is stored in a different part of the cache, called the data store. The values stored in the tag RAM determine whether a cache lookup results in a hit or a miss. […]
(1) Commonly used in blogs, site authors attach keyword descriptions (called tags) to identify images or text within their site as a categories or topic. Web pages and blogs with identical tags can then be linked together allowing users to search for similar or related content. If the tags are made public, online pages that […]
- tag cloud
) [Image: Screenshot showing a visual representation of a tag cloud. This image shows the “All time most popular tags” from Flickr Photo Sharing] A tag cloud is a stylized way of visually representing occurrences of words used to described tags. The most popular topics are normally highlighted in a larger, bolder font. Visitors to […]
- tape drive
A device, like a tape recorder, that reads data from and writes it onto a tape. Tape drives have data capacities of anywhere from a few hundred kilobytes to several gigabytes. Their transfer speeds also vary considerably. Fast tape drives can transfer as much as 20MB (megabytes) per second. The disadvantage of tape drives is […]