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E.164 ITU-T Recommendation E.164 is an international standard (ITU-T Recommendation), titled The international public telecommunication numbering plan, that defines a numbering plan for the worldwide public switched telephone network (PSTN) and some other data networks. E.164 defines a general format for international telephone numbers. Plan-conforming numbers are limited to a maximum of 15 digits, including the international call prefix.[1] The presentation of a number at the B-party device is usually prefixed with the plus sign (+), indicating that the number includes the country calling code.

Human interface guidelines Human interface guidelines (HIG) are software development documents which offer application developers a set of recommendations. Their aim is to improve the experience for the users by making application interfaces more intuitive, learnable, and consistent. Most guides limit themselves to defining a common look and feel for applications in a particular desktop environment. Web Ontology Language The OWL family contains many species, serializations, syntaxes and specifications with similar names. OWL and OWL2 are used to refer to the 2004 and 2009 specifications, respectively. Full species names will be used, including specification version (for example, OWL2 EL). When referring more generally, OWL Family will be used. History[edit] Early ontology languages[edit]

EAD (Official Site, Library of Congress) general information version EAD3 - current EAD3 1.0 (from GitHub) EAD3 Schema and DTD EAD3 Tag Library New! EAD3 Tag Library [PDF - 425 p., courtesy Society of American Archivists] EAD3 FAQ [courtesy SAA EAD Roundtable] Lightstreamer Web-based asynchronous messaging Origin[edit] The first version of Lightstreamer was created at the end of 2000, as one of the first attempts to implement real-time data push to HTML pages without employing Java applets. The application domain driving most of the interest in push technology at that time was market data distribution for the financial services industry.[2] In the following years, Lightstreamer was used within other application domains too, including aerospace telemetry, where NASA chose Lightstreamer to push live telemetry data for the International Space Station.[3] Architecture[edit]

Application programming interface Set of subroutine definitions, protocols, and tools for building software and applications More recently, the term has been often used to refer to a specific kind of interface between a client and a server, which has been described as a “contract” between both - such that if the client makes a request in a specific format, it will always get a response in a specific format or initiate a defined action.[1] This is a specialized form of API, sometimes defined as a WEB API. Purpose[edit]

Introduction to EAD - iSchool Tutorials What is EAD? From SAA:1 EAD (Encoded Archival Description), is the de facto standard for the encoding of archival finding aids for use in an online environment. Finding aids are inventories, indexes, or guides that are created by archival and manuscript repositories to provide information about specific collections. Dual format Dual format is a technique used to allow two completely different systems software to reside on the same disk. The term was used on the Amiga and Atari ST platform to indicate that the disk could be inserted into either machine and it would still boot and run. The secret behind this lies in a very special layout of the first track of the disk which contained an Amiga and an Atari ST bootsector at the same time by fooling the operating system to think that the track resolved into the format it expected. Only a few games used that technique. Three of them were produced by Eclipse Software Design (Stone Age, Monster Business and Lethal Xcess).

Out-of-home advertising Out-of-home advertising licence (OOHOLIC) (or outdoor advertising license) is made up of more than 100 different formats, totaling $6.7 billion in annual revenues in 2012 in the USA.[1] Outdoor advertising is essentially any type of advertising that reaches the consumer while he or she is outside the home. This medium is in contrast with broadcast, print, and Internet advertising. Out of home advertising, therefore, is focused on marketing to consumers when they are "on the go" in public places, in transit, waiting (such as in a medical office), and/or in specific commercial locations (such as in a retail venue). Outdoor advertising formats fall into four main categories: billboards, street furniture, transit, and alternative.[2] The OOH advertising industry in the USA includes more than 2,100 operators in 50 states representing the major out of home format categories. Overview[edit]

ACD Automatic call distributor An automated call distribution system, commonly known as automatic call distributor (ACD), is a telephony device that answers and distributes incoming calls to a specific group of terminals or agents within an organization. ACDs often use a voice menu to direct callers based on the customer's selection, telephone number, selected incoming line to the system or time of day the call was processed. Computer telephony integration (CTI) and computer-supported telecommunications applications (CSTA) are intermediate software that can produce advanced ACD systems. Category:Humanist sans-serif typefaces This category contains typefaces in the humanist sans-serif classification. They first appeared in the early twentieth century. Humanist sans-serif typefaces are characterized by the presence of the hand, an uppercase similar in proportion to the monumental Roman capitals, a lowercase similar in form to the Carolingian script, and an overall more organic structure. Humanist sans-serif typefaces frequently have a true italic rather than a sloped roman. This is most often seen in a single-story lowercase italic a. The following 32 pages are in this category, out of 32 total.