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Application layer class maps are used to look for certain things in the application-layer payload; they can be used to qualify a layer 3/4 class map, which identifies the layer 3 addresses, the protocol, and possibly the port numbers of the application involved. Application layer class maps fall under two categories: regular expressions and inspection class maps. The following two sections will discuss what these are, how they are used, and introduce how they are configured.
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When creating methods, you should avoid causing a situation in which a portion of code cannot, under any circumstances, be executed. This is called unreachable code, and it is considered incorrect in C#. The compiler will issue a warning message if you create a method that contains unreachable code. For example:
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syntax The rules governing the construction or formation of an orderly system of information. For example, the syntax of the MPEG video encoding specification defines how data and associated instructions are used by a decoder to create video pictures. system menu The main menu of a DVD-Video disc, from which titles are selected. Also called the title selection menu or disc menu. system parameters A set of conditions defined in the authoring process used to control basic DVDVideo player functions. T or tera- An SI prefix for denominations of one trillion (1012). Note the uppercase T. TEG2 Technical Experts Group Two. One of five technical groups in the Joint Technical Committee (JTC) in the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA). TEG2 is responsible for audio/video applications. telecine The process (and the equipment) used to transfer film to video. The telecine machine performs 2-3 pulldown by scanning film frames in the proper sequence. telecine artist The operator of a telecine machine. Also called a colorist. temporal Relating to time. The temporal component of motion video is broken into individual still pictures. Because motion video can contain images (such as backgrounds) that do not change much over time, typical video has large amounts of temporal redundancy. temporal resolution The clarity of a moving image or moving object, or the measurement of the rate of information change in motion video. See resolution. terabyte 1,099,511,627,776 (240) bytes. Sometimes 1,000,000,000,000 (1012) bytes. The progression of byte measurement is byte, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, terabyte, petabyte, and so on. tilt A mechanical measurement of the warp of a disc. This is usually expressed in radial and tangential components, with radial indicating dishing and tangential indicating ripples in the perpendicular direction. timecode Information recorded with audio or video to indicate a position in time. This usually consists of values for hours, minutes, seconds, and frames. It is also called SMPTE time-code. Some DVDVideo material includes information to enable the player to search to a specific timecode position. There are two types of timecode - non-drop frame and drop frame. Non-drop frame timecode is based on 30 frames of video per second. Drop frame timecode is based on 29.97 frames of video per second. Truth be told, there are only 29.97 frames of video per second. For short amounts of time, this discrepancy is inconsequential. For longer periods of time, however, it is important. One hour of non-drop frame timecode will be 108 frames longer than one hour of real time. See non-drop frame timecode and drop frame timecode. title The largest unit of a BD-Video or DVD-Video disc (other than the entire volume or side). A title is usually a movie, TV program, music album, or so on. Titles are usually selected from a menu. Entire disc volumes are also commonly called titles. track 1) A distinct element of audiovisual information, such as the picture, a sound track for a specific language, or the like. DVD-Video enables one track of video (with multiple angles), up to eight tracks of audio, and up to 32 tracks of subpicture; 2) One revolution of the continuous spiral channel of information recorded on a disc. track buffer The circuitry (including memory) in a BD or DVD player that reads data from the disc and provides a variable stream of data to the system buffers and decoders. track pitch The distance (in the radial direction) between the centers of two adjacent tracks on a disc. The DVD-ROM standard track pitch is 0.74 mm. transfer rate The speed at which a certain volume of data is transferred from a device such as a BDROM drive to a host such as a personal computer. This is usually measured in bits per second or bytes per second. It is sometimes confusingly used to refer to the data rate, which is independent of the actual transfer system.
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Introduction Fiber optic communication links are considered the backbone of the global information network, with more than 15,000,000 km of fiber installed worldwide. These fiber optic links traditionally have been used for connecting major metropolitan areas, such as Los Angeles to San Francisco and New York to Chicago. They also have been used for undersea connections such as the transatlantic (6000 km) and transpacific (9000 km) links. More recently, fiber optic links have found wide use in the access network between a major city and its suburban towns, and also within residential areas (fiber to the curb and fiber to the home). One of the fastest-growing areas for fiber optic are LANs within an enterprise or a building, where multimode fiber can be used for distances below about 2 km.
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