Motorola Mobility, Inc. v. Apple, Inc.
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DPS Distributed Presentation Services.
drifting characters See currency symbol, sign character.
DPSK Differential phase-shift keying.
DR (I) In NCP and CCP, dynamic reconfiguration.
(2) In SNA, definite response.
drip feed valve In a duplicator, an adjustable device
for regulating the flow of the activator in a gravity
feed system. (T)
draft copy A version of a document prepared for
review, approval, or editing. (T)
drive See diskette storage drive, disk storage drive,
media drive. tape drive.
draft quality Print quality of text that is not suitable
for business correspondence, but good enough for
most internal documents. (T)
drive designation A letter, from A to Z, assigned to a
physical disk, a partition, or a network directory so
that the system has a unique way to refer to the
drag In SAA Common User Access, to use a pointing
device to move an object; for example. clicking on a
window border, and dragging it to make the window
dragging In computer graphics, moving one or more
segments on a display surface by translating. (I) (A)
drag select In SAA Advanced Common User Access,
to press a mouse button and hold it down while
moving the pointer so that the pointer travels to a different location on the screen. Dragging ends when the
mouse button is released. All items between the
button-down and button-up points are selected. See
also click, double-click.
drain To honor pending allocation requests before
deactivating sessions with a partner logical unit 6.2.
DRAM Dynamic random-access memory.
drawable In A1X Enhanced X-Windows, a collective
term for both windows and pixmaps when used as
destinations in graphics operations. However, an
InputOnly window cannot be used as a source or destination drawable in a graphics operation.
DRAW disc Direct-read-after-write disc.
drawn button In the AlXwindows program a graphic
object that simulates a real-world button with a
symbol or other image drawn on its face.
DRC Data recording control.
DRD Data recording device.
driver (I) A program (and possibly data files) that
contain information needed to run a particular unit,
such as a plotter, printer, port, or mouse. See also
device driver, printer driver, and queue driver. (2) A
system or device that enables a functional unit to
operate. (3) A circuit that increases the signal
current for sending data over long cables or to many
other circuits. (4) A circuit that sends small electronic signals to a device.
drop (I) In the IBM Cabling System, a cable that
was from a faceplate to the distribution panel in a
wiring closet. When the IBM Cabling System is used
with the IBM Token-Ring Network, a drop may form
part of a lobe. Cables between wiring closets are not
classified as drops. See subscriber's drop. (2) To fix
the position of an object that is being dragged by
releasing the select button on the pointing device. See
drop cable The cable that connects a data station to a
trunk coupling unit. Synonymous with stub cable.
drop-down combination box In SAA Advanced
Common User Access, a variation of a combination
box in which a list box is hidden until a user takes
explicitly acts to make it visible. See combination
box, list box. See also drop-down list.
drop out Ar
drop out in
but not to
visible to it
drop-frame time code A nonsequential time code
used to keep tape time code matched to real time. It
must not he used in tapes intended for videodisc mastering.
drop-in An error detected by the reading of a binary
character not previously recorded, in storing or
retrieving data from a magnetic storage device.
drop-down list In SAA Advanced Common User
Access, a single selection field in which only the
current choice is visible. Other choices are hidden
until a user explicitly acts to display the list box that
contains the other choices. See also list box, dropdown combination box.
DRDS Dynamic reconfiguration data set.
drift (1) The unwanted change of the value of an
output signal of a device over a specified period of
ti me when the values of all input signals of the device
are kept constant. (T) (2) The maximum deviation
of the statistical mean within a specified time at a constant temperature.
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