Information Technology Encyclopedia and Acronyms

  • Ejub Kajan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVII
  2. #
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    Pages 1-12
  3. A
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    Pages 13-54
  4. B
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    Pages 55-70
  5. C
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    Pages 71-126
  6. D
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    Pages 127-168
  7. E
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    Pages 169-194
  8. F
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    Pages 195-212
  9. G
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    Pages 213-226
  10. H
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    Pages 227-240
  11. I
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    Pages 241-284
  12. J
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    Pages 285-296
  13. K
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    Pages 297-302
  14. L
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    Pages 303-322
  15. M
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    Pages 323-356
  16. N
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    Pages 357-376
  17. O
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    Pages 377-398
  18. P
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    Pages 399-432
  19. Q
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    Pages 433-436
  20. R
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    Pages 437-460
  21. S
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    Pages 461-508
  22. T
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    Pages 509-538
  23. U
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    Pages 539-552
  24. V
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    Pages 553-570
  25. W
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    Pages 571-592
  26. X
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    Pages 593-604
  27. Y
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  28. Z
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  29. Back Matter
    Pages 613-684

About this book


Since the early days of information technology, computer and communication professionals have developed their jargon, full of acronyms. Due to the widespread use of computers, a huge group of people is confronted with thousands of computing and communications acronyms without knowing their meaning. This dictionary resolves more than 4,000 broadly used acronyms and gives concise information, illustrated explana tions, and numerous cross-references for the majority of technical terms. Most entries for acronyms associated with organizations, corporations, conferences, etc. include Web links to the respective home pages. All in all, this dictionary constitutes an encyclopedic documentation of information and communication technology organized by acronyms. The book addresses the entire audience of people active or interested in IT, ranging from scientists and researchers to end-users in a variety of application fields including IT managers and marketing people, professionals, students and practitioners.


Information Technology (IT) communication communications computer computer science computing informatics information information technology marketing organization technology telecommunication telecommunications

Authors and affiliations

  • Ejub Kajan
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  1. 1.SoftisNišYugoslavia

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-41793-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-56262-4
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