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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)A popular page description language for creating hypertext and hypermedia documents for World Wide Web and intranet websites.IconA small figure on a video display that looks like a familiar office or other device such as a file folder (for storing a file) or a wastebasket (for deleting a file).Image ProcessingA computer-based technology that allows end users to electronically capture, store, process, and retrieve images that may include numeric data, text, handwriting, graphics, documents, and photographs. Image processing makes heavy use of optical scanning and optical disk technologies.Impact PrintersPrinters that form images on paper through the pressing of a printing element and an inked ribbon or roller against the face of a sheet ofpaper.IndexAn ordered reference list of the contents of a file or document together with keys or reference notations for identification or location of those contents.Index SequentialA method of data organization in which records are organized in sequential order and also referenced by an index. When utilized with direct access file devices, it is known as index sequential access method, or ISAM.Inference EngineThe software component of an expert system, which processes the rules and facts related to a specific problem and makes associations and inferences resulting in recommended courses of action.
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InformationInformation is data placed in a meaningful and useful context for an end user.Information ApplianceSmall web-enabled microcomputer devices with specialized functions, such as hand-held PDAs, TV set-top boxes, game consoles, cellular and PCS phones, wired telephone appliances, and other web-enabled home appliances.Information ArchitectureA conceptual framework that defines the basic structure, content, and relationships of the organizational databases that provide the data needed to support the basic business processes of an organization.Information CenterA support facility for the end users of an organization. It allows users to learn to develop their own application programs and to accomplish their own information processing tasks. End users are provided with hardware support, software support, and people support (trained user consultants).Information FloatThe time when a document is in transit between the sender and receiver, and thus unavailable for any action or response.Information ProcessingA concept that covers both the traditional concept of processing numeric and alphabetic data, and the processing of text, images, and voices. It emphasizes that the production of information products for users should be the focus of processing activities.Information QualityThe degree to which information has content, form, and time characteristics that give it value to specific end users.

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