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AT bus

The expansion bus on the IBM PC/AT and compatible computers. The bus is the collection of wires and electronic components that connect all device controllers and add-in cards.

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flat-file database

A relatively simple database system in which each database is contained in a single table. In contrast, relational database systems can use multiple tables to store information, and each table can have a different record format.

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edge connector

The part of a printed circuit board that plugs into a computer or device. The edge connector generally has a row of broad metallic tracks that provide the electrical connection.

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bus mouse

A mouse that connects to a computer via an expansion board. Another type of mouse is a serial mouse, which connects to a serial port.

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PA-DSS

Definition of the term 'PA-DSS'

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Datagram Congestion Control Protocol

DCCP, short for Datagram Congestion Control Protocol, is a minimal general purpose transport-layer protocol that minimizes the overhead of packet  header size or end-node processing as much as possible. DCCP provides the establishment, maintenance and teardown of an unreliable packet flow, as well as the congestion control of that packet flow.

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EDO DRAM

Short for Extended Data Out Dynamic Random Access Memory, a type of DRAM that is faster than conventional DRAM. Unlike conventional DRAM which can only access one block of data at a time, EDO RAM can start fetching the next block of memory at the same time that it sends the previous block to the CPU.

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