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Cavanaugh, 2005) 6: Denotes a communication method which participants use to interact in a time-delayed context, that is, without everyone gathering at a particular time. (Al-Saggaf & Weckert, 2005) 7: Occurring at different times. In the context of communications technologies, asynchronous technologies allow communicators to interact with the conversation at different times—for example, e-mail or threaded discussions. (Newberry, 2005) 8: Occurring at different times; typically used to refer to technologies such as a discussion board or e-mail that may be utilized at the user’s convenience.
In ORM, fact types may be of arity 1 or more. In UML, fact types (associations) may be of arity 2 or more. (Halpin, 2005) 1: One of four knowledge transmission mechanisms according to Nonaka. Articulation is about explicit or codiied knowledge being transferred to become explicit knowledge elsewhere by recombining two or more sets of coded knowledge. (Brock & Zhou, 2006) 2: The process by which sounds are formed; the manner in which notes are struck, sustained, and released. Examples: staccato (shortening and detaching of notes), legato (smooth), pizzicato (plucking strings), vibrato (varying the pitch of a note up and down), muted (stringed instruments, by sliding a block of rubber or similar material onto the bridge), brass (by inserting a conical device into the bell).
Bursa, Justice, & Kessler, 2005) 4: Products, devices, or equipment, whether acquired commercially, modiied, or customized, that are used to maintain, increase, or improve the functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities. , 2006) 5: Specialized software or hardware, such as screen readers, magniication software, and a modiied keyboard, used by some people with disabilities to interact with the computer. (Schmetzke, 2005) 6: Technologies designed to support disabled individuals in the conduct of their daily tasks.
Dictionary of information science and technology / 2 K - Z by Mehdi Khosrowpour