Dietmar's Multimedia Acronyms


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UDP - Unified Datagram Protocol


URI - Uniform Resource Identifier

URIs are used to address resources in the Internet. They are devided in two different systems, URL and URN. HTML uses URIs to link hypertext documents to other resources.

URL - Uniform Resource Locator

URL is a URI format used to address resources in the Internet. The format is:
protocol://server:port/path/filename

URN - Uniform Resource Name

This URI format will make it possible to locate *any* resource (text, image, sound...) in the Internet by a *unique* name. The idea is to get the file no matter on which server it is located.
Currently this format is just an idea without a specific definition.

US-ASCII - United States ASCII

This is the recommended name for ASCII.

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