Data confabulation

Confabulation is a phenomenon in which people fill in gaps in their memories with false or fabricated information. This can happen in both healthy people and those with memory impairments, such as Alzheimer’s disease. There are several theories about why confabulation occurs. One theory is that the brain fills in gaps in memory with information … Read more

Microchip art

Microchip art is a form of art that is created using microchips. Microchips are tiny electronic devices that are used in a variety of electronic devices, such as computers, cell phones, and MP3 players. Microchip art is created by using the microchips to create images or patterns. The images or patterns can be created by … Read more

Electronic nose (e-nose)

An electronic nose is a device that is used to identify and distinguish between different smells. It works by using sensors to detect the chemicals that are present in a sample, and then uses pattern recognition to identify the smell. Electronic noses are used in a variety of applications, such as food quality control, detection … Read more

Technical requirements

Technical requirements are a set of specific requirements that must be met in order for a product or system to function correctly. They are usually documented in a technical specification or product manual and may include requirements for materials, components, software, interfaces, and performance. Technical requirements are often confused with functional requirements, which define what … Read more


Upskilling is the process of teaching employees new skills or improving their existing skillset in order to make them more effective and productive in their role. This can be done through formal training programs, on-the-job coaching, or simply providing employees with access to learning materials and resources. The goal of upskilling is to help employees … Read more

De facto standard

A de facto standard is a standard that has been adopted as a standard by convention, rather than by an explicit standardization process. De facto standards arise when a specifications document is created by a single company or organization, which is then adopted by others. What is an example of de facto standard? A de … Read more

Product positioning

Product positioning is the process of determining how a product should be positioned in the market in order to appeal to the target audience. This involves considering the product’s features, benefits, and drawbacks, as well as the competition. The goal is to find a unique selling proposition (USP) that will make the product stand out … Read more

Servo (servomechanism)

A servo is a type of motor that is used to control the position of an object. It is a closed-loop control system that uses feedback to control the motion of an object. The feedback is used to compare the actual position of the object to the desired position. The difference between the two is … Read more

Deep Web

The Deep Web is the part of the Internet that is not indexed by search engines. It includes many websites that require a login, and it is estimated that the Deep Web is hundreds of times larger than the surface web. The Deep Web is also sometimes called the Invisible Web or the Hidden Web. … Read more

Transaction monitoring (business transaction management)

Transaction monitoring is the process of tracking and monitoring the progress of transactions in a system. This can be done manually, through the use of tools, or through the use of software that automatically monitors transactions. Transaction monitoring is used to ensure that transactions are processed correctly and in a timely manner. It can also … Read more