SLIB

Scheme Library

Slide

<project>

A now-retired Jakarta project to develop a repository for content management. Slide is no longer in development. It featured WebDAV, DeltaV WebDAV versioning, different databases and file system storage, transactions and locking, flexible permissions per file and more.

Slide home.

Last updated: 2008-06-04

sliding-window

<networking>

A method of flow control in which a receiver gives a transmitter permission to transmit data until a window is full. When the window is full, the transmitter must stop transmitting until the receiver advertises a larger window.

TCP, other transport protocols, and several link-layer protocols use this method of flow control.

Last updated: 2002-12-02

SLIM

A VLSI language for translating DFA's into circuits. J.L. Hennessy, "SLIM: A Simulation and Implementation Language for VLSI Microcode", Lambda, Apr 1981, pp.20-28.

[Jargon File]

slim

<jargon>

A small, derivative change (e.g. to code).

Last updated: 2003-05-13

Slingshot

<networking, business, tool, product, protocol>

CSK Software's real time financial server for the Internet.

Slingshot allows the delivery of real time market data across the Internet and private intranets quickly, cheaply and securely. The first beta-test version was released free to the Internet on 6 August 1996. Slingshot allows any financial institution, regardless of size, to publish their rates and associated information to a global audience using standard Internet protocols and software. The real-time data can be seamlessly integrated into any standard web application and thus combined with static text, database queries and even audio and video objects, to create services.

The Slingshot protocol enables the delivery of other forms of real time data over the Internet, thus making Slingshot useful in industries as varied as manufacturing, betting, telemetry, weather, transport and medicine.

Version 2's improved protocol minimises the required bandwidth and can go through firewalls, proxies, and virus scanners, making Slingshot real-time data accessible everywhere where normal web access is possible.

Last updated: 2003-05-13

SLIP

1. Serial Line Internet Protocol.

2. Symmetric LIst Processsor. Early 1960's list processing subroutine package for Fortran by J. Weizenbaum. Later also embedded in MAD and ALGOL. ["Symmetric List Processor", J. Weizenbaum CACM 6:524-544(1963). Sammet 1969, p.387].

SlipKnot

<web>

A graphical web browser specifically designed for Microsoft Windows users who have Unix shell accounts with their service providers. Its primary feature is that it does not require SLIP or PPP or TCP/IP services. SlipKnot is distributed as restricted shareware.

Version: 1.0.

SlipKnot home.

E-mail: <[email protected]>.

Last updated: 2003-03-25

SLIPS

"An Interpreter for SLIPS - An Applicative Language Based on Lambda-Calculus", V. Gehot et al, Comp Langs 11(1):1-14 (1986).

SLiRP

<networking, tool>

A SLIP emulator by Danny Gasparovski, faster than TIA.

Version: 0.95H 12 Sep 95.

http://webcom.com/~llarrow/slirp.html.

Last updated: 1995-09-15

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