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 Quick Test Professional ( QTP) Download Quick Test Professional ( QTP)
This PPT helps the beginners to learn and get practice in the Basics of QTP
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 SENSITIVE-SKIN Download SENSITIVE-SKIN
Sensitive Skin
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 Wi-Fi Download Wi-Fi
about wifi
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 ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY Download ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY
“Making an objects that appear to move on the screen or Change according to scripted action.” (To give life)
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  Building Science Download  Building Science
Building science is the collection of scientific knowledge that focuses on the analysis and control of the physical factors affecting buildings. Traditionally includes the detailed analysis of building materials and building envelope systems.
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 The Network OS Download The Network OS
The term networking operating system has two meanings: Routers: an embedded operating system (OS) in a router or hardware firewall. For examples JUNOS, used in routers and switches from Juniper Networks, and Cisco IOS (formerly "Cisco Internetwork Operating System"). LAN: An operating system designed to allow shared file and printer access among computers in a network, typically a local area network (LAN), a private network or to network. Examples include: Novell Netware, Windows NT.
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 Internet Security Download Internet Security
Internet security is a branch of computer security specifically related to the Internet. It's objective is to establish rules and measure to use against attacks over the Internet. The Internet represents an insecure channel for exchanging information leading to a high risk of intrusion or fraud (e.g. phishing).
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 Extensible Markup Language Parsing Techniques Download Extensible Markup Language Parsing Techniques
The World Wide Web Consortium has created an SGML working group to build a set of specifications that are easy and straightforward to use. The subset called XML has the advantages of SGML that is extensibility, structure, and validation in a language and is very easy to learn, use and implement than full SGML. XML is fully internationalized for both European and Asian languages, with all conforming processors required to support the Unicode character set in both its UTF-8 and UTF-16 encoding. The language is designed for the quickest possible client-side processing consistent with its primary purpose as an electronic publishing and data interchange format.
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 Wavelength Routing in Optical Networks Download Wavelength Routing in Optical Networks
An optical network consists of wavelength routers and end nodes that are connected by links in pairs. The wavelength-routing switches or routing nodes are interconnected by optical fibers. Although each link can support many signals, it is required that the signals be of distinct wavelengths. Routers transmit signals on the same wavelength on which they are received. An All-Optical wavelength routed network is that wavelength-routed network that carries data across from one access station to another without any O/E (Optical/Electronic) conversions
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 Design Technique for Voice Browsers Download Design Technique for Voice Browsers
A voice browser is a “device which interprets a (voice) markup language and is capable of generating voice output and/or interpreting voice input, and possibly other input/output modalities." The definition of a voice browser, above, is a broad one. The fact that the system deals with speech is obvious given the first word of the name, but what makes a software system that interacts with the user via speech a "browser"? The information that the system uses (for either domain data or dialog flow) is dynamic and comes somewhere from the Internet. From an end-user's perspective, the impetus is to provide a service similar to what graphical browsers of HTML and related technologies do today, but on devices that are not equipped with full-browsers or even the screens to support them. This situation is only exacerbated by the fact that much of today's content depends on the ability to run scripting languages and 3rd-party plug-ins to work correctly.
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