Words ending with 4

1 letter words ending with 4

  • device control 4 — (character)   (DC4) The mnemonic for ASCII character 20, one of the four Device Control characters.
  • framework 4 — A European Union funding programme, the information technology portion of which replaced ESPRIT.
  • group 4 — (protocol, compression)   (G4) The CCITT fax protocol which uses data compression and allows a variety of file types (e-mail, pictures, PostScript, etc.) to be transmitted over digital (ISDN) telephone lines. The Group 4 protocol was published by CCITT in 1993. Full details of the protocol are available from ITU-T. See also Group 3.
  • internet protocol version 4 — (networking, protocol)   The version of Internet Protocol in widespread use in 2000.
  • layer 4 — transport layer

2 letter words ending with 4

  • a4 — a standard paper size, 210 × 297 mm
  • b4 — B4 is the written abbreviation for 'before', mainly used in text messages and e-mails.
  • c4 — a type of plastic explosive
  • e4 — (communications)   A European framing specification for the transmission of 64 multiplexed E1 data streams, resulting in a transmission rate of 139.264 Mb/s (= 139,264 kb/s).
  • g4 — Group 4

3 letter words ending with 4

  • 404 — (abuse)   Someone who's clueless. From the web message "404, URL Not Found" meaning that the document you've tried to access can't be located. "Don't bother asking him...he's 404, man". 404 is one of the standard response codes of the telnet protocol on which the web's HTTP is based. The first 4 indicates a client error such as a mistyped URL. The middle 0 refers to a general syntax error. The last 4 just indicates the specific error in the group of 40x, which also includes 400: Bad Request, 401: Unauthorized, etc.
  • 754 — IEEE Floating Point Standard
  • c64 — Commodore 64
  • cd4 — designating or of a biochemical receptor found on the surface of various cells, esp. helper T cells: HIV binds to this receptor
  • dc4 — Device Control 4

4 letter words ending with 4

  • 6to4 — (networking)   A protocol for transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6. Networks may use 6to4 (or other transitioning protocols) until they support native dual-stack. Because 6to4 is a form of tunnelling, it requires encapsulation by a protocol converter. This can cause performance problems due to increased latency and decreased MTU sizes, as described in RFC 6343.
  • 1394 — High Performance Serial Bus
  • 8514 — (hardware)   An IBM graphics display standard supporting a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels with 256 colours at 43.5 Hz (interlaced), or 640 x 480 at 60 Hz interlaced. 8514 was introduced at the same time as VGA and was superseded by XGA.
  • cs-4 — ["CS-4 Language Reference Manual and Operating System Interface", Ben M. Brosgol et al, Report IR-130-2, Intermetrics, Cambridge MA, Oct 1975].
  • fyi4 — [Malkin, G., and A. Marine, "FYI on Questions and Answers: Answers to Commonly asked "New Internet User" Questions", FYI 4, RFC 1325, Xylogics, SRI, May 1992.]

5 letter words ending with 4

  • ata-4 — (storage)   (Or "Ultra DMA", "UDMA", "Ultra-ATA", "Ultra-DMA/33") A development of the Advanced Technology Attachment specifications which gives nearly twice the maximum transfer rate of the ATA-3 standard (PIO Mode 4). ATA-4 Extensions Ultra DMA/33 Synchronous DMA Mode maximum burst transfer rates: Developed by Quantum Corporation, ATA-4 has been freely licensed to manufacturers and is supported by Intel Corporation.
  • h.264 — (video, standard)   (Or Advanced Video Coding, AVC) A low bit rate visual communication standard used in video conferencing. H.264 was developed by MPEG and ITU-T VCEG to replace H.263.
  • p1754 — (processor, standard)   IEEE Std 1754-1994 "A 32-Bit Microprocessor Architecture". The IEEE standard defining a version of the SPARC microprocessor architecture. The P1754 standard (the first microprocessor standard) was approved after four years on 1994-03-17. It is compatible with, but distinct from, SPARC International's 32 bit version of the SPARC Architecture, SPARC V8, from which it is largely derived. It is possible for a processor to comply with neither, one, or both specifications.
  • x.214 — transport layer
  • x.224 — transport layer

6 letter words ending with 4

  • mpeg-4 — (compression, standard, algorithm, file format)   A video compression standard planned for late 1998. MPEG-4 extends the earlier MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 algorithms with synthesis of speech and video, fractal compression, computer visualisation and artificial intelligence-based image processing techniques.
  • msg.84 — (language)   A language for the functional specification and module design phases of the software life cycle, first presented in Berzins and Gray's 1985 paper. Not unlike PDL.

7 letter words ending with 4

  • delta-4 — Definition and Design of an open Dependable Distributed system architecture. An Esprit project investigating the achievement of dependability in open distributed systems, including real-time systems.
  • pc-1834 — (computer)   An IBM PC-like computer, using a K1810 WM 86 Intel 8086 clone from the formerly known Eastern bloc, introduced in 1988.
  • snobol4 — (language)   A quite distinct descendant of SNOBOL, developed by Griswold et al in 1967. SNOBOL4 is declarative with dynamic scope. Patterns are first-class data objects that can be constructed by concatenation and alternation. Success and failure are used for flow control. Delayed (unevaluated) expressions can be used to implement recursion. It has a table data type. Strings generated at run time can be treated as programs and executed. See also vanilla.
  • ultra64 — (hardware, games)   A Nintendo games machine, unveiled in May 1995.

8 letter words ending with 4

  • inteldx4 — (processor)   Essentially an Intel 486DX microprocessor with a 16 kilobyte on-chip cache. The DX4 is the fastest member of the Intel 486 family. 75 and 100MHz versions are available. At an iCOMP index rating of 435, the 100 MHz DX4 performs up to 50% faster than the 66 MHz Intel DX2. The DX4's clock multiplier allows the processor to run three times faster than the system clock. This performance is achieved in part by a 16K on-chip cache (double that of the other 486s). The DX4 has an integrated floating point unit. Like the other 486s, the DX4 achieves performance through a RISC integer core that executes frequently used instructions in a single clock cycle (the Pentium's can execute multiple instructions in a single clock cycle). Low power consumption has been achieved with SL Technology and a 0.6 micron manufacturing process, giving 1.6 million transistors on a single chip operating at only 3.3 Volts. "IntelDX4" is the entire name, the "486" has been dropped and I am assured that there is no space in the same.
  • scheme84 — Scheme from Indiana University. It requires Franz Lisp on a VAX under VMS or BSD. E-mail: Nancy Garrett <[email protected]>. Send a tape with return postage to Scheme84 Distribution, Nancy Garrett, c/o Dan Friedman, Department of Computer Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Telephone: +1 (812) 335 9770.

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