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a graphic program designed for creating and processing raster graphics
package of graphic programs included in one product, used initially for processing vector graphics
an American multinational corporation based in Round Rock, Texas, which develops, markets, repairs and maintains computers and related products and services.
a series of laptops from the Macintosh family produced and published by Apple
a high-level general-purpose programming language with an extensive standard library package, whose guiding concept is the readability and clarity of the source code
a building for human habitation, especially one that consists of a ground floor and one or more upper storeys.
an interdisciplinary term, defined differently in different fields of science; most generally - the property of certain objects, the relation between the elements of the sets of certain objects, the essence of which is to reduce uncertainty.
the imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium.
internet service, in the legal nomenclature, referred to as the provision of services by electronic means, used for sending text messages
the cognitive process leading to the modification of the behavior of the individual under the influence of experiments, which usually increases the adaptation of the individual to the environment
a global system of connections between computers, also referred to as a network of networks
a term sometimes used to identify issues lying on the borderline of computer science, computer hardware, electronics and telecommunications.
field of technology and science dealing with electrical circuits containing, in addition to passive electronic components, active elements such as vacuum tubes, transistors and diodes
general name of phenomena related to the impact of bodies having an electric charge and the flow of these charges
a microcomputer designed primarily for personal use at home and in the office
computer communication interface replacing old serial ports and parallel ports
script programming language, created by Netscape, most commonly used on websites.
a container consisting of one or more cells, in which chemical energy is converted into electricity and used as a source of power.
a series of laptops from the Macintosh family produced and published by Apple Inc.
interpreted scripting programming language designed to generate websites and build web applications in real time.
Teleinformatics, information and communication technologies
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