Bicameral LLC v. NXP USA, Inc. et al

Western District of Texas, txwd-6:2018-cv-00294

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Hansquine Declaration Exhibit 2 Case 6:18-cv-00294-ADA Document 44-11 Filed 08/12719ng Page 2 of gter Olympic College DISCARD IBM DICTIONARY OF COMPUTING Compiled and edited by GEORGE McDANIEL MCGRAW-HILL, INC. New York San Francisco Washington, D.C. Auckland Bogotá Caracas Lisbon London Madrid Mexico City Milan Montreal New Delhi San Juan Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto BC_GEN_0003580 30,00 Limitation of Liability While the Editor and Publisher of this book have made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information contained herein, nei- ther the Editor nor the Publisher shall have any liability with respect to loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused by reliance on any information con- tained herein. Spe 175 Copyright © 1994 by International Business Machines Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Except as permitted under the United States Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a data base or retrieval system, without the prior written permisssion of the pub- lisher. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DOC/DOC 9 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 ISBN 0-07-031488-8 (HC) ISBN 0-07-031489-6 (PBK) S8S18 The sponsoring editor for this book was Daniel A. Gonneau and the production supervisor was Thomas G. Kowalczyk. Printed and bound by R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company. Tenth Edition (August 1993) This is a major revision of the IBM Dictionary of Computing, SC20-1699-8, which is made obsolete by this edition. Changes are made periodically to the information provided herein. It is possible that this material may contain reference to, or information about, IBM products (machines and programs), programming, or services that are not announced in your country. Such references or information must not be construed to mean that IBM intends to announce such IBM products, pro- gramming, or services in your country. Comments may be addressed to IBM Corporation, Department E37/656, P. O. Box 12195, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709. мът International Edition Copyright © 1994 by International Business Machines Corporation. Exclusive rights by McGraw-Hill, Inc. for manufacture and export. This book cannot be re-exported from the country to which it is consigned by McGraw-Hill. The International Edition is not available in North America. When ordering this title, use ISBN 0-07-113383-6. This book is printed on acid-free paper. R004,03 BC_GEN_0003581 EWA 1240 exchange tex exclude authority EWA Erase/Write Alternate. binary numeral that represents the number (n+31 the binary numeration system. (T) a string at one or a nui t. (T EW indicator See end-of-work-session indicator. EX Exception response. exchange A place where telecommunication lines interconnected with switching equipment. See switching exchange, private automatic bran exchange, private automatic exchange, private brass exchange, trunk exchange. esclude authority In th uthority that prevents th its contents. Contrast exact end position An entry in output specifications that indicates where the end position of a field or con- stant is to be placed in the output record. Contrast with relative end position. exact-name format In the AS/400 system, Advanced Function Printing (AFP) support, a print descriptor naming convention that uses system-specific group names instead of group alias names. exchange buffering A technique using data chain to avoid moving data in main storage, in w control of buffer segments and user program won areas is passed between data management and the us program. sclusion (1) The dyad sult has the Boolean va perand has the Boolean he Boolean value 0. (I) having the property that i tatement, then P exclusi Q is false, false if P is ments are true. P exclus 1 combination of AND 2-AQ. (A) (3) Syno NOT-IF-THEN operation EXCEPT group name In RPG, a name used in the place of indicators to identify a record or group of records written at exception output time. exchange classes Class 1 (see regional center), class (see sectional center), class 3 (see primary center class 4 (see toll center), class 5 (see end office). exchange file A file format for exchanging data diskette or tape between systems or devices that those media. See also basic data exchange. exception (1) In programming languages, an abnormal situation that may arise during execution, that may cause a deviation from the normal execution sequence, and for which facilities exist in a program- ming language to define, raise, recognize, ignore, and handle it; for example, (ON-) condition in PL/I, exception in Ada. (I) (2) An abnormal condition such as an I/O error encountered in processing a data set or a file. See overflow exception, underflow exception. (3) Contrast with interrupt, signal. B- exchange identification (XID) A specific type basic link unit that is used to convey node and characteristics between adjacent nodes. XIDs exchanged between link stations before and during link activation to establish and negotiate link and Doc characteristics, and after link activation to commun cate changes in these characteristics. Figure 57. Exclusion exclusive In MSS, an volume that allows only to access the mass storag exception handler A set of routines used to detect deadlock conditions or to process abnormal condition processing. An exception handler allows the normal running of processes to be interrupted and resumed. exchange identification (XID) frame In a logica link control (LLC) header, the frame that conveys the characteristics of the sending host. exchange processing In credit card processing, the rules that govern the transmission of information between a sending and a receiving machine (T) (A) exclusive allow-read loc and System/38, the lock one job to use the object the object. exception message In communicating with a logical unit, a message that indicates an unusual condition such as skipping a sequence number. When such a condition is detected, the VTAM application program is notified. VTAM provides sense information that is included in the response sent to the logical unit. exchange service A service permitting connection any two customers' stations. exclusive intent In IMS intent defined for an app database. At scheduling cation program from with another application exception request (EXR) In SNA, a request that replaces another message unit in which an error has been detected and that carries sense data identifying the error. exchange sort A sort in which succeeding pairs of items in a set are examined; if the items in a pair a out of sequence according to the specified criteria, the positions of the items are exchanged; for example, as in a bubble sort. This process is repeated until all items are sorted. (A) exclusive lock In DPPX requested when a progra allows the database to program and makes the programs as a protection the database. Contrast w exception response (ER) In SNA, a protocol requested in the form-of-response-requested field of a request header that directs the receiver to return a response only if the request is unacceptable as received or cannot be processed; that is, a negative response, but not a positive response, can be returned. Contrast with definite response, no response. exchange station I In communications, a data link command or response for recognizing the primary station and a secondary station. exclusive lock state I System/38, the lock on job to use the object; no exchange station ID In SDLC, a control field command and response for passing station ID between the primary station and a secondary station. except operation Deprecated term for exclusion. exclusive mode In IMS minal operation in whic output other than a resp excess-three code The binary-coded decimal notation in which a decimal digit "n" is represented by the exchange text string In word processing, a function that enables a text string to be changed for another BC_GEN_0003600 tern procedure interoffice trunk [355] interrupt register in a datagram. It tocol (IP). interoffice trunk A direct trunk between local central offices in the same exchange. Enhanced X-Windows, a communication path. See also client. used to route data an Internet envi- interrecord gap (1) The space between two consec- utive records on a data medium. (1) (A) (2) Dep- recated term for interblock gap. interoperability (1) The capability to communicate, execute programs, or transfer data among various functional units in a way that requires the user to have little or no knowledge of the unique characteristics of those units. (T) (2) In SAA usage, the ability to link SAA and non-SAA environments and use the combination for distributed processing. les an Internet Pro- -uting data between - adapter. interrecord-separator character (IRS) In BSC, a transmission control character used to separate records within a block of data. etwork connecting interpret To analyze and execute each statement in a source program before translating and executing the next statement. (T) interrogation The process whereby a master station requests a slave station to indicate its identity or its status. (T) (A) between two or INTERPRET AS Command (IAC) In Telnet, a character that identifies the character or characters fol- lowing it as a command for Telnet to process. F/TCAM extended TCAM systems to Lation includes the of application pro- contents of selected s provided by node the various TCAM ch other. interpreter (1) A computer program that can inter- pret. (T) (2) A program that translates and exe- cutes each instruction of a high-level programming language before it translates and executes the next instruction. (3) A device that prints on a punched card the characters corresponding to hole patterns punched in the card. (T) (4) Synonymous with interpretive program. interrupt (1) A suspension of a process, such as exe- cution of a computer program caused by an external event, and performed in such a way that the process can be resumed. (A) (2) An instruction that directs the microprocessor to suspend what it is doing and run a specified routine. When the routine is complete, the microprocessor resumes its original work. See also routine. (3) To stop a process in such a way that it can be resumed. (4) In data communication, to take an action at a receiving station that causes the sending station to end a transmission. (5) To temporarily stop a process. (6) Synonymous with interruption. (7) See vectored interrupt. (8) Contrast with excep- tion, signal. n an ACF/TCAM cion queue for an a partner in a utility interpreting Translating and executing each source language statement of a computer program before translating and executing the next statement. (IMH) In an, a message handler in utility sessions. interrupt confirmation packet In X.25 communi- cations, a packet used to acknowledge the receipt of an interrupt packet. interpretive code The instruction repertoire for the source language input to an interpreter. (A) interrupted isochronous transmission Synonym for burst transmission. interpretive execution (1) Execution of an instruc- tion before the next instruction is interpreted and exe- cuted. (2) In DPCX, the execution of instructions by application function routines (AFRs). interrupt handler See first-level interrupt handler, second-level interrupt handler. nchronization in an g, the function of a that operates in con- sage handler. Inter- onization is used to y TCAM node of received in a utility e-numbered messages requested to do so by extended operator interpretive program Synonym for interpreter. (T) interruptible Synonym for enabled. interpretive routine A routine that decodes instructions written as pseudocodes and immediately executes the instructions. Contrast with compile. interruption Synonym for interrupt (1). See also external interruption, I/O interruption, machine check interruption, program-controlled interruption, SVC interruption. in an ACF/TCAM block that contains * messages flowing in interpret table In VTAM, an installation-defined cor- relation list that translates an argument into a string of eight characters. Interpret tables can be used to trans- late logon data into the name of an application program for which the logon is intended. interruption network A network of circuits in a computing system that continuously monitors system operation. The network detects events that normally require intervention and direction by the supervisor, and it initiates interruptions. ity of path control to data link control and -sessions for sessions ferent nodes. interprocess communication (1) In the OS/2 oper- ating system, the exchange of information between processes or threads through semaphores, queues, and shared memory. (2) In the AIX operating system, the process by which programs communicate data to each other and to synchronize their activities. Semaphores, signals, and internal message queues are common methods of inter-process communication. (3) In AIX interrupt packet In X.25 communications, an expe- dited packet that is allowed to overtake normal data packets, which are delivered in sequence. operating system, the interrupt register A special purpose register that holds data necessary for handling interrupts. (T) BC_GEN_0003607