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This Blossary defines terms that are used in the OS X Reference Library.Some of these terms are specific to OS X or other Apple products and technologies, while others are commonly used in computer-related endeavors.

Category: Technology

Company: Apple Inc.

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Created by: Karl Schaeffer

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A surround sound speaker configuration consisting of five speakers arranged in specific positions along the circumference of a circle and a subwoofer (the “.1”). The speaker channels are typically ...

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Sometimes written as Q8.24 or fx8.24. A fixed-point sample size used as the canonical audio sample type for processing linear PCM audio in iOS, in lieu of 32-bit floating-point samples. In an 8.24 ...

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Advanced Audio Coding. A compressed, lossy, perceptual coding scheme, originally a component of the MPEG-2 standard as MPEG-2 AAC. Defined in 1997 as part of ISO/IEC 13818-7. Enhanced for the MPEG-4 ...

Domain: Technology; Category: Information technology Collected Term

A modeless window that displays an application’s version and copyright information.

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An object specifier that has enough information to identify an object or objects uniquely. For an object specifier to an application object to be complete, its outermost container must be the ...

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A specific position, given in coordinates, for the origin of each character or glyph in a line of text. Compare absolute object specifier.

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The process of separating the interface to some functionality from the underlying implementation in such a way that the implementation can be changed without changing the way that piece of code is ...

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