Arti Singkatan/Istilah Dalam Dunia Komputer

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Arti Singkatan/Istilah Dalam Dunia Komputer

Dibawah ini singkatan dan kepanjangan istilah dalam dunia komputer yang saya susun berdasarkan abjad.

ALU : Arithmetic Logic Unit
ANSI : American National Standards Institute
API : Application Program Interface
APU : Accelerated Processing Unit
ARP : Address Resolution Protocol
ASCII : American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ASP : Active Server Page atau Application Service Provider
ATA : Advanced Technology Attachment
ATM : Asynchronous Transfer Mode
AUP : Acceptable Use Policy
Bash : Bourne-Again Shell
BASIC : Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
Bcc : Blind Carbon Copy
BIOS : Basic Input/Output System
Blob : Binary Large Object
BMP : Bitmap
BSOD : Blue Screen of Death
CAD : Computer-Aided Design
Cc : Carbon Copy
CCD : Charged Coupled Device
CD : Compact Disc
CD-R : Compact Disc Recordable
CD-ROM : Compact Disc Read-Only Memory
CD-RW : Compact Disc Re-Writable
CDFS : Compact Disc File System
CDMA : Code Division Multiple Access
CDN : Content Delivery Network
CGI : Common Gateway Interface
CISC : Complex Instruction Set Computing
CLOB : Character Large Object
CMOS : Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
CMS : Content Management System
CMYK : Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
CPA : Cost Per Action
CPC : Cost Per Click
CPL : Cost Per Lead
CPM : Cost Per 1,000 Impressions
CPS : Classroom Performance System
CPU : Central Processing Unit
CRM : Customer Relationship Management
CRT : Cathode Ray Tube
CSS : Cascading Style Sheet
CTP : Composite Theoretical Performance
CTR : Click-Through Rate
DAC : Digital-to-Analog Converter
DAW : Digital Audio Workstation
DBMS : Database Management System
DCIM : Digital Camera IMages
DDL : Data Definition Language
DDR : Double Data Rate
DDR2 : Double Data Rate 2
DDR3 : Double Data Rate type 3
DFS : Distributed File System
DHCP : Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DIMM : Dual In-Line Memory Module
DLC : Downloadable Content
DLL : Dynamic Link Library
DMA : Direct Memory Access
DNS : Domain Name System
DOS : Disk Operating System
DPI : Dots Per Inch
DRAM : Dynamic Random Access Memory
DRM : Digital Rights Management
DSL : Digital Subscriber Line
DSLAM : Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
DTD : Document Type Definition
DV : Digital Video
DVD : Digital Versatile Disc
DVD+R : Digital Versatile Disc Recordable
DVD+RW : Digital Versatile Disk Rewritable
DVD-R : Digital Versatile Disc Recordable
DVD-RAM : Digital Versatile Disc Random Access Memory
DVD-RW : Digital Versatile Disk Rewritable
DVI : Digital Video Interface
DVR : Digital Video Recorder
ECC : Error Correction Code
EDI : Electronic Data Interchange
EIDE : Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics
EPS : Encapsulated PostScript
EUP : Enterprise Unified Process
EXIF : Exchangeable Image File Format
FAQ : Frequently Asked Questions
FDDI : Fiber Distributed Data Interface
FIFO : First In, First Out
FILO : First In, Last Out
FiOS : Fiber Optic Service
FLOPS : Floating Point Operations Per Second
FPU : Floating Point Unit
FQDN : Fully Qualified Domain Name
FSB : Frontside Bus
FTP : File Transfer Protocol
Gbps : Gigabits Per Second
GIF : Graphics Interchange Format
GIGO : Garbage In, Garbage Out
GIS : Geographic Information Systems
GPIO : General Purpose Input/Output
GPS : Global Positioning System
GPU : Graphics Processing Unit
GUI  : Graphical User Interface
GUID : Globally Unique Identifier
HDD : Hard Disk Drive
HDMI : High-Definition Multimedia Interface
HDTV : High Definition Televsion
HDV : High-Definition Video
HFS : Hierarchical File System
HSF : Heat Sink and Fan
HTML : Hyper-Text Markup Language
HTTP : HyperText Transfer Protocol
HTTPS : HyperText Transport Protocol Secure
I/O : Input/Output
ICANN : Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers
ICF : Internet Connection Firewall
ICMP : Internet Control Message Protocol
ICS : Internet Connection Sharing
ICT : Information and Communication Technologies
IDE : Integrated Device Electronics or Integrated Development Environment
IDS : Intrusion Detection System
IEEE : Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IGP : Integrated Graphics Processor
IIS : Internet Information Services
IM : Instant Message
IMAP : Internet Message Access Protocol
InterNIC : Internet Network Information Center
IP : Internet Protocol
IPS : Intrusion Prevention System
IPX : Internetwork Packet Exchange
IRC : Internet Relay Chat
IRQ : Interrupt Request
ISA : Industry Standard Architecture
iSCSI : Internet Small Computer Systems Interface
ISDN : Integrated Services Digital Network
ISO : International Organization for Standardization
ISP : Internet Service Provider
IT : Information Technology
IVR : Interactive Voice Response
JFS : Journaled File System
JPEG : Joint Photographic Experts Group
JRE : Java Runtime Environment
JSF : JavaServer Faces
JSON : JavaScript Object Notation
JSP : Java Server Page
Kbps : Kilobits Per Second
KDE : K Desktop Environment
KVM  : SwitchKeyboard, Video, and Mouse Switch
LAMP : Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP
LAN : Local Area Network
LCD : Liquid Crystal Display
LDAP : Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
LED : Light-Emitting Diode
LIFO : Last In, First Out
LPI : Lines Per Inch
LTE : Long Term Evolution
LUN : Logical Unit Number
MAC Address : Media Access Control Address
MAMP : Mac OS X, Apache, MySQL, and PHP
MANET : Mobile Ad Hoc Network
Mbps : Megabits Per Second
MBR : Master Boot Record
MCA : Micro Channel Architecture
MDI : Medium Dependent Interface
MIDI : Musical Instrument Digital Interface
MIPS : Million Instructions Per Second
MIS : Management Information System
MMS : Multimedia Messaging Service
MP3 : MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3
MPEG : Moving Picture Experts Group
MTU : Maximum Transmission Unit
NAT : Network Address Translation
NetBIOS : Network Basic Input/Output System
NIC : Network Interface Card
NNTP : Network News Transfer Protocol
NOC : Network Operations Center
NSP : Network Service Provider
NTFS : New Technology File System
NUI : Natural User Interface
NVRAM : Non-Volatile Random Access Memory
OASIS : Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards
OCR : Optical Character Recognition
ODBC : Open Database Connectivity
OEM : Original Equipment Manufacturer
OLAP : Online Analytical Processing
OLE : Object Linking and Embedding
OLED : Organic Light Emitting Diode
OOP : Object-Oriented Programming
OSD : On Screen Display
OSPF : Open Shortest Path First
P2P : Peer To Peer
PC : Personal Computer
PCB : Printed Circuit Board
PCI : Peripheral Component Interconnect
PCI-X : Peripheral Component Interconnect Extended
PCMCIA : Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
PDA : Personal Digital Assistant
PDF : Portable Document Format
PHP : Hypertext Preprocessor
PIM : Personal Information Manager
PMU : Power Management Unit
PNG : Portable Network Graphic
PON : Passive Optical Network
POP3 : Post Office Protocol
POST : Power On Self Test
PPC : Pay Per Click
PPGA : Plastic Pin Grid Array
PPI : Pixels Per Inch
PPL : Pay Per Lead
PPM : Pages Per Minute
PPP : Point to Point Protocol
PPPoE : Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
PPS : Pay Per Sale
PPTP : Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol
PRAM : Parameter Random Access Memory
PROM : Programmable Read-Only Memory
PS/2 : Personal System/2
PUM : Potentially Unwanted Modification
PUP : Potentially Unwanted Program
QBE : Query By Example
RAID : Redundant Array of Independent Disks
RAM : Random Access Memory
RDF : Resource Description Framework
RDRAM : Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory
RFID : Radio-Frequency Identification
RGB : Red Green Blue
RISC : Reduced Instruction Set Computing
ROM : Read-Only Memory
RPC : Remote Procedure Call
RPM : Revenue Per 1,000 Impressions
RSS : RDF Site Summary
RTE : Runtime Environment
RTF : Rich Text Format
RUP : Rational Unified Process
SaaS : Software as a Service
SAN : Storage Area Network
SATA : Serial Advanced Technology Attachment
SCSI : Small Computer System Interface
SD : Secure Digital
SDK : Software Development Kit
SDRAM : Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
SDSL : Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line
SEO : Search Engine Optimization
SERP : Search Engine Results Page
SIMM : Single In-Line Memory Module
SIP : Session Initiation Protocol
SKU : Stock Keeping Unit
SLA : Software License or Service Level Agreement
SLI : Scalable Link Interface
SMART : Self-Monitoring Analysis And Reporting Technology
SMB : Server Message Block
SMM : Social Media Marketing
SMS : Short Message Service
SMTP : Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SNMP : Simple Network Management Protocol
SO-DIMM : Small Outline Dual In-Line Memory Module
SOA : Service Oriented Architecture
SOAP : Simple Object Access Protocol
SQL : Structured Query Language
SRAM : Static Random Access Memory
sRGB : Standard Red Green Blue
SSD : Solid State Drive
SSH : Secure Shell
SSID : Service Set Identifier
SSL : Secure Sockets Layer
TCP/IP : Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
TFT : Thin-Film Transistor
TIFF : Tagged Image File Format
TTL : Time To Live
TWAIN : Toolkit Without An Informative Name
UAT : User Acceptance Testing
UDDI : Universal Description Discovery and Integration
UDP : User Datagram Protocol
UGC : User Generated Content
UML : Unified Modeling Language
UNC : Universal Naming Convention
UPnP : Universal Plug and Play
UPS : Uninterruptible Power Supply
URI : Uniform Resource Identifier
URL : Uniform Resource Locator
USB : Universal Serial Bus
UTF : Unicode Transformation Format
VCI : Virtual Channel Identifier
VDSL : Very High Bit Rate Digital Subscriber Line
VDU : Visual Display Unit
VFAT : Virtual File Allocation Table
VGA : Video Graphics Array
VLB : VESA Local Bus
VLE : Virtual Learning Environment
VoIP : Voice Over Internet Protocol
VPI : Virtual Path Identifier
VPN : Virtual Private Network
VRAM : Video Random Access Memory
VRML : Virtual Reality Modeling Language
W3C : World Wide Web Consortium
WAIS : Wide Area Information Server
WAMP : Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP
WAN : Wide Area Network
WDDM : Windows Display Driver Model
WEP : Wired Equivalent Privacy
Wi-Fi : Wireless Fidelity
WINS : Windows Internet Name Service
WPA : Wi-Fi Protected Access
WWW : World Wide Web
XHTML : Extensible Hypertext Markup Language
XML : Extensible Markup Language
XMP : Extensible Metadata Platform
XSLT : Extensible Style Sheet Language Transformation
Y2K : Year 2000
ZIF : Zero Insertion Force

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