Data Frame

A data frame is an aggregate of numerous, partly overlapping collections of data and metadata that have been derived from massive amounts of network activity such as content production, consumption, and other user behavior. A data frame may be used to drive the creation of new content, applications, or infrastructure enhancements. The Internet "Data Frame" was named by John Battelle as the theme of the 2011 Web 2.0 Summit.

Other articles related to "data frame, frame, data":

Binary Synchronous Communications - Link Control
... The protocol can recover from a corrupted data frame, a lost data frame, and a lost acknowledgment ... is by retransmission of the corrupted frame ... Since Bisync data packets are not serial-numbered, it's considered possible for a data frame to go missing without the receiver realizing it ...
Spectasia - User Interface - The Data Frame
... Each Wave has an invisible 'Data Frame' which holds all of its Data Items ... A Data Frame can be broader than a Wave, which can as a result contain hidden Items that lie outside of the current view ...
Binary Synchronous Communications - Framing
... HDLC, Digital Data Communications Message Protocol (DDCMP), Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), etc ... each have different framing schemes but only one frame format exists within a specific protocol ... End of transmission ENQ 2D 05 2D Enquiry NAK 3D 15 3D Negative acknowledgement DLE 10. 1F Data link escape ITB 1F 1F(US) 1D(US) Intermediate block check character ACK0 and ACK1 (even ...
Uni Pro Protocol Stack - Network Layer (L3) - L3 Short-header Packet Structure
... UniPro Short-Header Packet within a Data Frame ctl b15 b14 b13 b12 b11 b10 b09 b08 b07 b06 b05 b04 b03 b02 b01 b00 1 Start-of-Data-Frame control symbol (header) 0 L3 short-header Packet payload 0 Packet payload 0 ...

Famous quotes containing the words frame and/or data:

    But angels come to lead frail minds to rest
    In chaste desires, on heavenly beauty bound.
    You frame my thoughts, and fashion me within;
    You stop my tongue, and teach my heart to speak;
    Edmund Spenser (1552?–1599)

    To write it, it took three months; to conceive it three minutes; to collect the data in it—all my life.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)