Comp Analysis Complete Study Guide - Computer Analysis Final Exam Terms Unsure J2ee Mrp Mrp ii Striping Erd Uml Use case Hypertext Data mining Server

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Computer Analysis Final Exam Terms Unsure J2ee Mrp Mrp ii Striping Erd Uml Use case Hypertext Data mining Server I-case Packet switching Rfss Collective intel Bios Post Ups Latency Protocol Blog Taxonomy Hierarchal database Defragmenting Chapter 1 Operating system Utility Communication device Chapter 2 Newgroup Syndication Web 2.0 Web 3.0 Broadband http wiki 3
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System software Internet telephony Cad rss 4 channel Bluetooth Ascii Bit byte 5 biometrics ergonomics 6 RAID 7 booting spyware spam cross-platform platform multiuser multiprocessing encrypting spooling kernel driver compressing 8 Web services mms gps sms ftth wap mashup Trojan Worm Virus
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Ethernet Tcp/ip Van Wan Lan Topology Architecture Man Hub Router groupware 9 Data warehouses Data validity checks Dbms Qbe Data dictionary Data mart Relational database Object oriented multidimensional 10 Malware Digital signature Backdoor Farming Mirroring Cookies Proxy Zombie Digital certificate Dos Ciphertext Encryption key aup 11 .net feasibilities wimax sdlc xml
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rfq rfi rfss rfp api html 12 AI Workflow Sfa Cim Prototype Extranet Ois Dss Tps Eis Inoperability Scalability vpn J2EE: The Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) defines the standard for developing multitier enterprise applications. The J2EE platform simplifies enterprise applications by basing them on standardized, modular components, by providing a complete set of services to those .NET: The Microsoft .NET Framework, or .NET (pronounced dot net), is a set of technologies that allows almost any type of program to run on the Internet or an internal business network, as well as stand-alone computers and mobile devices. Similarly, ASP.NET is a Web application framework that provides the tools necessary for the creation Web Services: Web services describe standardized software that enables programmers to create applications that communicate with other remote computers over the Internet or over an internal business network. Businesses are the primary users of Web services because this technology provides a means for departments to communicate with each other, suppliers, vendors, and with clients. For example, third-party vendors can use Web services Data warehouses: A data warehouse is a huge database that stores and manages the data required to analyze historical and current transactions. Through a data warehouse, managers and other users access transactions and summaries of transactions quickly and efficiently. Some major credit card companies monitor and manage customers’ credit
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