AERODINAMICS: is the science that deals with the study of air movement
and the actions that it exerts on the immersed moving bodies on it.
* ANTHROPOMRTRY: Anthropometry is a systematized series of
technical measures that express, quantitatively, the dimensions of the human
* ANTHROPOLOGIST: general is a comprehensive science that studies the
man in the past and present of any culture.
* WEAPONS: A gun is a device that expands both the direction and
magnitude of a force. could be defined as simple devices that use mechanical
advantage to multiply a force.
* AUTO: The controller is an analog computer, logic is the simplified name
that receives a "Control System Based on Programmable Logic Controllers.
* BIOENGINEERING: The Bioengineering is one of the youngest
disciplines of engineering in which the principles and tools of engineering,
science and technology are applied to the problems presented by biology and
* BIOMECHANICS: Biomechanics is a scientific discipline that aims to
study the mechanical structure of nature that exist in living beings, primarily the
* BIOMECHATRONICS: Mechatronics arises from the synergistic
combination of various branches of engineering among which are: the mechanical
pressure, electronics computing and control systems.
BIONICA: es the application de Soluciones uno Biológica La Técnica de
los Sistemas de Arquitectura, Ingeniería y Tecnología moderna.
* Biotecnología: Simplemente consiste en la utilización de
microorganismo en ASI COMO de Células Vegetales y animales párrafo
Materiales Producir Alimentos cuentos de Como, Medicamentos y
Productos Químicos Útiles uno la Humanidad.
* CELDA: Una Celda en Excel es la intersección de Una Fila Columna y
Una. Una PUEDE Celda Texto Contener, Números, date,
INSTRUCCIONES, funciones u Otros Datos.
La Telefonía Móvil, Telefonía celular also Llamada, basicamente està
formada Por dos Grandes contradictorio:: CELULAR Una roja de
Comunicaciones (o rojo de Telefonía Móvil) y los Terminales (o Teléfonos
Móviles) Que El Acceso permiten un rojo dicha
CYBER: Cybernetics is a discipline closely related to general systems
theory, to the extent that many consider inseparable from, and deals with
the study of: command, control, regulation and government systems.
* TAPE: storage device based on a reel of magnetic tape that requires a
reader special player. This technology tends to disappear by the force of
magnetic storage devices more reliable, robust and inexpensive, requiring
no human intervention to use.
CPU: On large computers, CPUs require one or more printed circuit boards.
On personal computers and small workstations, the CPU is contained on
a single chip microprocessor llamadazo.
Fingerprint: Person specializing in the study and classification of
fingerprint recognition and fingerprints.
Device: Mechanism or device arranged to produce an intended action.
Organization to undertake an action.
DESIGN: is defined as the process leading mental configuration,
"foreshadowing" in the search for a solution in any field.
DEFLATION: in a down economy is the general price level of goods and
services. It is the movement against inflation.
It is the economic situation in which prices are falling a drop in product
demand, and may be a more evil than inflation
DOMOTICA: Science that studies the application of computing and
communications to the home, to get a "smart home.
ISSUE: Printing a book, publishing a book, magazine or other form. Set of
copies of a work printed at one time on the same mold. Prince, the first
when it has been a lot. diamond, editing small and fine print.
E-MAIL: Email. Widely used Internet service that allows free exchange of
messages between users. Along with the message you can attach files. To
send an e-mail address must be our target
Smiley emotion (emotion) + icon. Sequence of characters that usually
represent a state of mind of the person writing. For example :-), :-(, etc.
ELECTRONICS: is the branch of physics and engineering expertise to
study and use systems whose operation is based on the conduct and
control the microscopic flow of electrons or other electrically charged
Ergonomics: Ergonomics is the study of human body with respect to the
artificial environment that surrounds it. Has a set of principles for the
design of devices for comfort, safety and user efficiency.
FACEBOOK: Web site is a network type. Initially it was exclusively for
college students, but in September 2006 has been applied to anyone with
FLASH: multimedia editing program originally developed by Macro
media (now part of Adobe) that mainly uses vector graphics, but also
raster images, sound, program code, streaming video and audio
directional vi to create multimedia projects.
FORMULA: Set of terms representing a quantity or used to obtain a value or
solve a problem. or established to express, carry out or work out
something: a logical formula, math, chemistry. Representation of a
physical law or mathematical or chemical combination.
FORMAT: Action format a disk. A new album should be given particular
format for use. Formatting a disk already used, usually involves erasing
all data on it.
PHOTOGRAPHY: art is the process and allows the setting and play
through chemical reactions on surfaces prepared for it, the images are
collected at the bottom of a dark chamber.
GB: It is a measure of one trillion bytes for the storage capacity of a
GigaPOP: pop Giga (Gigabit Point Of. Presence) is an Internet access
point that supports at least one gigabit per second.
GML: a practical application to transfer map data through the Web.
GMT: Greenwich Mean Time or GMT (Greenwich Mean Time / /) is the
mean solar time at the Royal Observatory Greenwich in Greenwich, near
London, England, which by common convention is at 0 degrees
GOOGLE is the company that owns the trademark Google, whose main
product is the search engine of the same name.
TOOL: A tool is an object designed to facilitate the realization of a
mechanical task that requires proper application of energy.
Hyperlink: A hyperlink is a link, usually between two Web pages from
the same site but a link can also point to a page on another Web site, a
file, an image, etc.
HIPERELANCE: A hyperlink (also called link, link, or hyperlink) is an
element of an electronic document that refers to another resource.
Oven oven is a device that generates heat and keeps it within a closed
HTML: HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language (Hypertext
Markup Language) is the predominant markup language for developing
INDEX: The index of a database is a data structure that improves the
speed of operations, allowing quick access to records of a table in a
INFORMATICA: is the applied science that includes the study and
application of automatic processing of information using computer
Insert: the 8 parenthetical references within the text on page 2 of his
report, as shown below. (The title page is not numbered.) All you have to
type is the brackets and what is inside them.
IMAGE: An optical image is a figure formed by the set of points where
the rays converge from point sources of the object after its interaction
with the optical system.
INTERNET: a decentralized set of interconnected communications
networks that use the family of TCP / IP, ensuring that heterogeneous
physical networks that make up work as a single logical network,
JAVA language object-oriented programming developed by Sun
Microsystems for the development of export applications to the network
and can operate on any platform through normally from WWW browsers.
JITTER: The CD data are stored in the form of microscopic indentations
called Pits. The differences in length of the Pits is called jitter and can
have a maximum of 35 nanoseconds to avoid errors.
Jukebox storage system which includes a large number of optical or
magnetic disks to which the computer accesses according to their needs.
JUMP: This term is often applied especially in programming, which tends to
distinguish between unconditional and conditional jump jump.
JUMPERS: They are tiny switches that are in the printed circuit boards
and cards and disks and CD-ROMs. Thanks to them, you can configure
certain aspects of these peripheral
KB: Kilobyte. Unit of measure used in computing to 1,024 bytes.
KBPS: Kilo bits per second. Unit of measurement of the speed of
transmission over a telecommunication line.
KERNEL: A fundamental part of a program, usually an operating
system that resides in memory at all times and providing basic services.
KEYBOARD BUFFER: Buffer keyboard. Memory bank or reserved
memory area that stores keystrokes until the program can accept.
KHz (kilohertz) kilohertz. Thousand cycles per second.
MACRO: Their use eliminates repetitive tasks, automating.
Mainframe: mainframe or mainframe: The mainframe is also known as
MAN: Metropolitan Area Network: A network of computers with
intermediate size between the LAN and WAN.
Mbps: Megabits per second Mbps. Unit of measurement of the speed of
transmission over a telecommunication line.
MICROSOFT: Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA) software company
in the world. Microsoft was founded in 1975 by Paul Allen and Bill Gates,
two college students who wrote the first BASIC interpreter for the Intel
Nanosecond: This is a billionth of a second. That is, in a second is
BROWSER: Browsers are computer programs designed to make viewing
Web pages in Internet
NETWORK: Joint Network Management hardware and software
necessary to connect multiple computers to allow them to exchange
information with each other and share resources.
Node: The point where two or more connections in a communications
TL: It's a very common name to refer to the New Technologies of
Information, that is, all related to computer and communications and,
obviously, not so "new." as such technologies.
OFFIS VISION: The name of the set of solutions and products for office
systems architecture for IBM SAA.
OFFICE: The term of office applies to all those techniques, procedures,
services, etc., which are supported by information technology (computing
and communications) and whose implementation is done in the field of
office work and similar environments.
ON LINE: Online. It refers to any document, file or network service.
OPERATOR: With the advent of commercial computers (second
generation, 1952-1964), the figure of the system operator, among those
who had a general operator and an operator of peripheral equipment.
AGENDA: These are signs or words which must be transferred to your
computer using the input device for the operating system execute a
DISPLAY: Called sometimes display. Peripheral usually built into the
monitor. (See: Resolution, VGA, EGA and CGA).
QUARKXPRESS: One of the most widely used desktop publishing
QUATTRO: A spreadsheet application made by Borland.
QUERY: Consultation. Searching a database.
QUICKTIME: A program that allows the network to retrieve video
images. Mov format, one of the most common.
QWERTY: This is a keyboard layout that the keys start of the form
referenced by the concept that we are seeing, ie QWERTY. This is a
keyboard layout that the keys start of the form referenced by the concept
that we are seeing, QWERTY
RAM: The RAM stands for Random Access Memory or means Random
RED: It has been said many times that the future of computing is in
communications. It's a fairly obvious statement that today is already full
REGISTRATION: It is a small storage unit designed to contain certain
types of data.
ROBOT: The discipline which deals with concerns regarding the design
and construction of robots.
RUM: Instruction to run or run a program.
SECURITY: Security is the quality of insurance, that is, to be free and free
from harm, danger or risk.
SERVER: Generically, a device that meets the requests of other elements
of the system, called clients. (See: Client / Server).
SIMD: An acronym for Single In line Memory Module, one package
consisting of a small circuit board that holds memory chips, which is
inserted into a SIMM socket on the motherboard or memory board.
SYSTEM: In computing, the term used without another word adjectives it
denotes a set of hardware and software.
SOCKET: ID number consists of two numbers: The IP address and TCP
CARD: This is a plate the size of a credit card or something larger, which
are printed circuits that allow operation with different peripherals.
KEYBOARD: data input device to your computer. In general, is quite
similar to a conventional typewriter, should be, however, default (not the
same in Spanish and English, for example, even using the same device).
TELECONFERENCE: A video teleconferencing or video teleconferencing,
to maintain a TV conference with several people at once.
Telematics: A term that refers to the set of methods, techniques and
services that result from the concurrent use of computers and
TOPOLOGY: natural ways to integrate and distribute a computer
UNDERNET: a set of servers that form a network.
UNIX: A family of operating systems for both personal computers to
mainframes. Supports large number of users and allows the execution of
different tasks simultaneously (multi-tasking).
WINDOW: Sector of the image on the monitor screen that displays
various options to operate or options, the development of certain
VGA (Video Graphics Array). Matrix (Array) video graphics. Standard
IBM video presentation, which originated with PS / 2 models. VGA has
become the minimum standard of presentation for personal computers.
VIRTUAL: This word is often used to refer to something that does not
really exist, but only inside the computer.
VIRUS: A virus is a computer program that runs on your computer
without notice and may corrupt the rest of the programs, data files and
even the same operating system.
VOLTAGE: The voltage, voltage or potential difference is the difference
between two points in the electrical potential.
WEB: For this term is commonly referred to WWW (World Wide Web),
created by the European Nuclear Research Centre as an information
exchange system that has standardized Internet.
Weblog: A weblog (aka blog) is a personal writing space on the internet.
WECA (Windows Genuine Advantage). ActiveX is a program created by
Microsoft to see if the Windows operating system that runs on that
computer was purchased or is a pirated copy.
WINDOWS: The popular name of the environment (not an operating
system and not an application) software created by Microsoft. Its novelty
is the use of different screens that overlap, called windows to display
different types of information.
WWW (World Wide Web). Or world-wide web. Information system for
hypertext mechanisms created by researchers at CERN.
XHTML: English acronym of eXtensible Hyper Text Markup Language
(Extensible Markup Language Hypertext) Markup Language is designed
to replace HTML as the standard for Web pages.
XML: XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a meta-language for
defining markup languages suitable for a particular purpose.
XMODEM: Transfer Protocol that allows you send files divided into
blocks of 128 bytes.
XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) language extensible stylesheet.
XT (eXtended Technology) Technology widespread. IBM's first personal
computer with hard drive, introduced in 1983.
Y2K: Year 2 K: 2000. Many computer systems use software that records
the dates with the last two digits of the year, for example, 97 represents
the year 1997
YAHOO: is a global media company based in the United States, whose
mission is "to be the global Internet service more essential to consumers
and businesses." It has an Internet portal, a Web directory and a range of
services, including the popular e-mail Yahoo.
YMODEM: It is an error correction protocol for modems. The operation is
based on the transmission of larger data packets for greater efficiency.
Modems prepared to work with this protocol will send packets of 1024
BASE: Place the motherboard on which are placed the various electronic
components. Example: The microprocessor socket.
ZOOM: Action that is to extend or reduce the view of one or more objects
in order to visualize the entire document or a part thereof