Protocol

[computer] See also :Category:Peruvian telenovela actors. ...
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Protocol

[Natural Sciences] Islands in the Gulf of Georgia (in North America). ...
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Protocol

[natural sciences] == Overview == Formal protocols are the general rule in fields of applied science, such as environmental and medical studies that require the coordinated, standardized work of many participants. Such predefined protocols are an essential component of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) regulati
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Protocol

[film] Protocol is a 1984 comedy film that starred Goldie Hawn and Chris Sarandon. The screenplay was by Buck Henry and it was directed by Herbert Ross. Hawn plays a Washington, D.C., cocktail waitress who prevents the assassination of a visiting Arab emir and winds up a national heroine. == Plot == Sunny Ann Davis is a seemingly ditzy blon
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Protocol

[band] Protocol were a British pop group, who were formed in 2005. They were produced by Mike Peden. They consisted of: The five-piece, who had been honing their craft since meeting four years earlier, ran their own club night, Vanity, in London. Protocol also toured with New Order, Fisherspooner, The Bravery, Hard-Fi and played the Wireles
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Protocol

[Medical] The result of the debate was DELETE. — JIP | Talk 11:35, 20 November 2005 (UTC) ===Kastle archives=== Tagged as "vandalism" for some reason; bringing it here instead. No vote. android79 05:53, 13 November 2005 (UTC) ...
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Protocol

[network] To accompany user:skookumplanet. Top portion. Skookumplanet 04:57, 15 March 2006 (UTC) ...
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Protocol

[politics] Protocol can mean any logbook or other artifact (forged or authentic) of a political meeting between persons from different nations, such as the Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change. The most notorious example of a forged logbook is "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion". ...
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Protocol

[diplomacy] In international politics, protocol is the etiquette of diplomacy and affairs of state. It may also refer to an international agreement that supplements or amends a treaty. A protocol is a rule which guides how an activity should be performed, especially in the field of diplomacy. In diplomatic services and governmental fields o
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Protocol

Protocols are communication standards set to facilitate the many connections made by computers via modems and other digital connections. Some protocols are PPP, TCP/IP, SLIP, and FTP.
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PROTOCOL

Rules governing transmitting and receiving of data.
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Protocol

A standardized method of communication and negotiation. Every type of computer data transfer and network communication, internal or external, is done according to one or more protocols.
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Protocol

A series of formal steps for conducting a test.
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Protocol

Agreed set of rules for the communication, details ...
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Protocol

A specific set of rules, procedures or conventions relating to format and timing of data transmission between two devices. A standard procedure that two data devices must accept and use to be able to understand each other. The protocols for data communications cover such things as framing, error handling, transparency and line control.
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Protocol

A set of rules used in data communications.
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protocol

a standard that specifies the format of data and rules to be followed in data communication and network environments.
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Protocol

A formally agreed standard for communication between computers.
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protocol

[n] - (computer science) rules determining the format and transmission of data 2. [n] - forms of ceremony and etiquette observed by diplomats and heads of state 3. [n] - code of correct conduct
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protocol

A specification of the messages, and the valid sequences of them, used to communicate between systems, typically over one or more Interfaces. Internet IP is probably the most widely implemented protocol. Protocols are usually specified or standardised. The messages are usually defined using a meta-language such as ASN.1, BNF or XML and the valid se
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Protocol

A generic term for set of rules for communication, which also normally define the data packet formats and addressing scheme used. Protocols exist at each of the layers within the ISO OSI 7 layer reference model.
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Protocol

The protocol of an experiment is a set of rules laid down at the start to impose a rigid structure on everyone involved, to ensure consistency, and to provide a focus for the experiment by defining of the decision rule.
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Protocol

The language of (external) computer communications.
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Protocol

A system of digital data where the positioning of the data, and what each bit in the data stream signifies, is according to a standardized format so all devices can properly interpret the data.
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Protocol

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Basis of communication (rules, format, procedures) for passing data between individual devices. It is the “language� devices use to communicate with each other. Well-known protocols are TCP/IP and FTP for Internet communication and PTP for exchanging images.
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