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Beowulf
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Beowulf: Epic poem dating from the 8th century (oldest extant work written in English) supercomputer comprised of several PCs connected by a LAN and dedicated to high-en
BGP
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BGP: (Computers) protocol used for exchanging routing information between gateway hosts on large networks (such as the Internet)
Big-endian
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Big-endian: Computer that has memory which stores the most important character in a series of characters in the lowest address, method of storage according to descending
Bill Gates
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Bill Gates: William Henry Gates III (born 1955), United States computer software designer, chairman and co-founder of Microsoft Inc., one of the worlds richest men
Bill of loading
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Bill of loading: Bill of lading, document stating information concerning a shipment of goods
Binaries
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Binaries: (Computers) name for binary files which are transferred in USENET (as opposed to text files)
Binary file
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Binary file: (Computers) file which contains data or instructions for a program (as opposed to a text file)
Binary notation
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Binary notation: Display or storage of a number in computer memory based on a two digit system
Binary synchronization
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Binary synchronization: Type of binary-coded synchronous data communication used primarily in networks based on mainframe computers, BISYNC
Biochip
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Biochip: Electronic chip that uses organic molecules as a semiconductor (currently used in DNA testing and under development for many other applications)
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