Engineering Concepts Tutorials

Engineering Concepts Tutorials for UML, Operations Research, Numerical Methods and many more.
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A binary-safe function is a function or operation that can be performed on a binary file without modifying the contents of the file. This ensures that the file is not corrupted or mutilated by the function or operation. Binary data is encoded as a string of ones and zeros (bits), but is not...
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What is a firewall? A firewall protects networked computers from intentional hostile intrusion that could compromise confidentiality or result in data corruption or denial of service. It may be a hardware device running on a secure host computer. In either case, it must have at least...
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Introduction The way we make phone calls is changing. In fact in many circumstances things have already changed. Take long distance calls for instance, many service providers are already using a technology called Voice Over IP or VOIP for short. If you have never heard of VOIP before, then the...
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Hard Drives are one of the most important parts on your computer. They are also one of the most expensive. All hard drives share a basic structure and are composed of the same physical features. However, not all hard drives perform the same way, as the quality of the parts of the hard drive will...
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GSM, short for Global System for Mobile Communication, is the standard behind digital mobile phones. It has opened up a new era of digital communications, which extends beyond voice to include data. GSM was planned from the outsell to provide a full range of data and fax transmission on the move,...
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In this article we will explore the two main choices of graphic format that can be used on the Web to represent simple graphics, schemas or logos: · GIF (stands for Graphics Interchange Format) was developed in the late 1980's and it is still widely used. · PNG (Portable Network Graphics) was...
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Have you ever wondered why e-mail attachments are encoded? Well read ahead tro find the answer to this. Internet e-mail and Usenet news posts were designed for plain text messages. As such, many systems expect the messages to only contain printable characters from the 7-bit (first bit of the...
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WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocol, a secure specification that allows users to access information instantly via handheld wireless devices such as mobile phones, pagers, two-way radios, smartphones and communicators. The idea comes from the wireless industry, from companies such as...
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