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E (prefix) The "e" prefix has been added to many words and phrases to stand for the word electronic. Usage varies, with the use of a hyphen and the capitalization of the following word being applied in all combinations.
E (verification language) e is a verification language used in Specman Elite to allow high-level verification of RTL designs and to analyse functional coverage. It is the property of Cadence, and is in the process of being standardised as IEEE 1647.
E and F class destroyer The E and F class was a class of eighteen destroyers of the Royal Navy (three later transferred to the Royal Canadian Navy, one to the Royal Hellenic Navy and one to the Dominican Navy) launched in 1934. They served in World War II and nine were lost.
E A (Ted) Mellors Edward Ambrose Mellors (1907-1946), born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, was an international motor cycle racer who rode in the Manx GP in 1927 and the Isle of Man TT from 1928 to 1939. He was the 350Â cc European Champion in 1938, but died in 1946, overcome by exhaust fumes while working in a new home's poorly ventilated garage.
E Bukura e Dheut E Bukura e Dheut is an Albanian mythological fairy of beauty. Her name means "The Most Beautiful of the Earth," and it is also an expression that sometimes may be used to describe a very beautiful woman in Albanian folklore.
E Clampus Vitus The Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus (ECV) is a fraternal organization dedicated to the study and preservation of the history of California, in particular the history of the Mother Lode and gold mining regions of the state. There are also chapters in Nevada and other Western states.
E Depois Do Adeus "E Depois do Adeus" (English: And after the farewell) was Portugal's entry in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest. Sung by Paulo de Carvalho, it was also used as the signal for the start of the Carnation Revolution that year.
E flat minor E flat minor is a minor scale based on E flat, consisting of the pitches E flat, F, G flat, A flat, B flat, C flat, D flat, and E flat (natural minor scale â€“ the harmonic minor scale contains a D instead of a D flat). Its key signature consists of six flats.
E for All On 05 January 2007, IDG World Expo announced that the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) had endorsed a consumer oriented successor to EÂł and will be called Entertainment for All or E for All (which replaces the GamePro Expo name). The expo will take place from 18 October through 20 October 2007 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
E for Ecstasy E for Ecstasy (ISBN 0-9501628-8-4) is a controversial book written by Nicholas Saunders and published in May of 1993. Available freely online, it describes in detail ecstasy, the people that use it and the law concerning it, all enhanced through the backdrop of the author's personal experience.
E Ink Corporation E Ink Corporation is a privately held manufacturer of electrophoretic displays (EPDs), a kind of electronic paper. E Ink is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was founded in 1997 by Joseph Jacobson, a professor in the MIT Media Lab.
E Is For Extinction E is for Extinction was the first story arc from Grant Morrison's run on the Marvel Comics title New X-Men. The story was published in New X-Men #114-116 (formerly titled X-Men, the series was renamed "New X-Men" at the request of Grant Morrison, but retained its original numbering).
E Line (RTD) The E Line, part of the light rail system operated by the Regional Transportation District in the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area in Colorado was added to the system on November 17, 2006 with the completion of the Southeast Corridor project (the "T-Rex Project"). It is one of four routes that are part of the RTD's service plan for the corridor.
E minor E minor (Em, Mim) is a musical minor scale based on the note E, consisting of the pitches E, F#, G, A, B, C, D and E (natural minor scale - the harmonic minor scale contains a D# instead of a D). Its key signature consists of one sharp.
E M Grace Edward Mills ("EM") Grace (born 28 November 1841 in Bristol, England; died 20 May 1911 in Gloucestershire, England) was a member of the famous cricketing Grace family and the elder brother of W G Grace and Fred Grace.
E number E numbers are codes for food additives and are usually found on food labels throughout the European Union. The numbering scheme follows that of the International Numbering System (INS) as determined by the Codex Alimentarius committee.
E Nomine E Nomine (from In nomine, Latin for "in the name of") is a German musical project, formed in 1999, by producers Christian Weller and Friedrich Graner. Their music is an unusual combination of trance/techno and vocals which closely resemble Gregorian singing and chanting.
E pluribus unum E pluribus unum was one of the first national mottos of the United States of America. Translated from Latin, it means "From many, one" or "Out of many, one" (e = out of, from; pluribus= many; unum = one).
E ticket Since the 1950s, E Ticket (or E ticket ride) has referred to an unusually thrilling, interesting, most-interesting, or most-expensive situation. It derives from the tickets used at Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks until the early 1980s.
E-10 MC2A The Northrop Grumman E-10 MC2A is a military aircraft currently under development as replacement for the Boeing 707 based E-3 Sentry, E-8 Joint STARS, and RC-135 Rivet Joint aircraft in US service. It is based on a 767-400ER airframe.
E-2 Hawkeye The Grumman E-2 Hawkeye is an all-weather, aircraft carrier-based tactical Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft nicknamed "Super Fudd" because it replaced "Willy Fudd", (the E-1 Tracer). In the present day, it is most commonly nicknamed the "Hummer" due to the distinctive sound of its twin turboprop engines.
E-3 Sentry The E-3 Sentry is a military airborne warning and control system (AWACS) aircraft that provides all-weather surveillance, command, control and communications, to the United States, NATO and other air defense forces. Production ended in 1992 after 68 had been built.
E-40 Earl Stevens (born November 15 1967 in Vallejo, California), best known by his stage name E-40 is a Bay Area rapper. E-40 has, along with family members The Click (B-Legit, D-Shot, Suga T), increased recognition of his hometown of Vallejo, California and surrounding cities including Oakland, Richmond, San Francisco and San Jose in hip hop music.
E-accounting e-Accounting is the application of online and Internet technologies to the business accounting function. Similar to e-mail being an electronic version of traditional mail, e-accounting is "electronic enablement" of accounting and accounting processes which are more traditionally manual and paper-based.
E-assessment In its broadest sense, e-assessment is the use of information technology for any assessment-related activity. This definition embraces a wide range of student activity ranging from the use of a word processor to on-screen testing.
E-A-Ski E-A-Ski (born Shon Adams) is a gangsta rapper/producer from Oakland, California working in couple with CMT. Once he joined the In-a-minuteNo-Limit family and was 15 of the first TRU along with Master P, King George, Big Ed & Rally Ral.
E-Administration e-Administration, or electronic administration, refers to any of a number of mechanisms which convert what in a traditional office are paper processes into electronic processes, with the goal being to create a paperless office. This is an ICT tool, with the goal being to improve productivity and performance.
E-AMUSEMENT e-AMUSEMENT is an online service offered by arcade game producer Konami to enable certain games to access special unlocked content, as well as providing live Internet Ranking. It is used primarily by the music games Beatmania IIDX and Pop'n Music.
E-boat Historically, E-boat was the British and American term for the World War II German Schnellboot (S-Boot), a small fast torpedo boat of approximately double the size of an American PT boat and the British MTB. It is believed that the E stood for "Enemy" [http://www.
E-book An e-book (also: eBook, ebook), sometimes called an electronic book, is an electronic (or digital) equivalent of a conventional printed book. The term has occasionally been used ambiguously to refer to either an individual work in a digital format, or a hardware device used to read books in digital format, more specifically called an e-book device or e-book reader.
E-Blocks E-blocks is an innovated technology first used in the 2004 New Hampshire Presidential primaries by the campaign of candidate Wesley Clark, allowing registered users to receive a list of names, addresses and phone numbers of registered voters. It allows campaign volunteers to phone bank, or write letters from the privacy of their own home.
E-Booking e-Booking is a shortened form of the phrase 'Electronic Booking', and is in common use in Healthcare settings for the use of Information Technology systems to enable hospital appointments to be booked electronically.
E-Bow The EBow or ebow (brand name or E-bow, for "Electronic bow" or Energy Bow) is a hand-held, battery-powered electronic device for playing the electric guitar]. Instead of having the strings hit by the fingers or a [[guitar pick|pick, they are moved by the electromagnetic field created by the device, producing a sound reminiscent of using a bow on the strings.
E-carrier In digital telecommunications, where a single physical wire can be used to carry many simultaneous voice conversations, worldwide standards have been created and deployed. The CEPT originally standardized the E-carrier system, which revised and improved the earlier American T-carrier technology, and this has now been adopted by the ITU-T.
E-Call e-Call is a project of the European Commission intended to bring rapid assistance to motorists involved in a collision anywhere in the European Union. The projects aims to employ a hardware black box installed in vehicles which will wirelessly send airbag deployment and impact sensor information, as well as GPS coordinates to local emergency agencies.
E-democracy E-democracy, a portmanteau of electronic and democracy, comprises the use of electronic communications technologies, such as the Internet, in enhancing democratic processes within a democratic republic or representative democracy. It is a political development still in its infancy, as well as the subject of much debate and activity within government, civic-oriented groups and societies around the world.
E-dinar e-dinar is a digital gold currency founded in 2000 by Zeno Dahinden, of Switzerland, Dato Abdul Rahman Shariff, of Malaysia, and Fernando Vadillo, of Spain. They are incorporated in Labuan, Malaysia, as e-dinar Ltd.
E-Dreams e-Dreams is a 2001 American documentary film directed by Wonsuk Chin, portraying the rise and fall of Kozmo.com, an online convenience store that utilized bike mesengers to deliver goods ordered online within an hour.
E-enablement E-enablement is the transformation of a business system or process to make it streamlined and render it accessible via the Internet. E-enabled systems deliver results faster and more conveniently, potentially in real time.
E-epidemiology E-epidemiology is the science underlying the acquisition, maintenance and application of epidemiological knowledge and information using digital media such as the internet, mobile phones, digital paper, digital TV. E-epidemiology also refers to the large-scale epidemiological studies that are increasingly conducted through distributed global collaborations enabled by the Internet.
E-flite Blade CP The E-fliteâ„˘ Bladeâ„˘ CP is an extremely popular ready-to-fly 300-class electric micro-R/C helicopter designed and marketed by E-flite, a division of Horizon Hobby of Champaign, Illinois, USA. Introduced in 2005, it comes complete with everything necessary for operation except for eight AA alkaline or nickel cadmium batteries for the transmitter.
E-flite P-47D Thunderbolt 400 The E-flite P-47D Thunderbolt 400 is an intermediate to advanced electric-powered almost ready-to-fly foam park flyer-class airplane designed, manufactured and distributed by E-flite, a division of Horizon Hobby of Champaign, Illinois, USA.
E-folding In science, e-folding is the time interval in which an exponentially growing quantity increases by a factor of e. This term is often used in theoretical physics, especially when cosmic inflation is investigated.
E-frame E-frames or Exo-Frames were multi-purpose mecha-like artificial powered exoskeletons featured in the 1993-1995 animated television series Exosquad. Their size and functionality varied greatly - from ultralight infantry body armor to peaceful terraforming machines to monstrous amphibian heavy assault models.
E-Government e-Government (from electronic government, also known as e-gov, digital government, online government or in a certain context transformational government) refers to governmentâ€™s use of information and communication technology (ICT) to exchange information and services with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government. e-Government may be applied by legislature, judiciary, or administration, in order to improve internal efficiency, the delivery of public services, or processes of democratic governance.
E-Government Unit The e-Government Unit (eGU), the largest unit of the Cabinet Office of the government of the United Kingdom, is responsible for helping various government departments use information technology to increase efficiency and improve electronic access to government services. It was created by Prime Minister Tony Blair in September, 2004, replacing the Office of the e-Envoy.
E-hobby e-Hobby is an online Japanese retailer that is perhaps best known for creating and selling exclusive repaints of Transformers by Takara. One of the reasons that these figures are so coveted is because they are often new or rare characters.
E-check An e-Check is an electronic transfer of funds in which the money is taken from a bank account, typically a checking account. The account's routing number and account number are used to draw funds from the account.
E-Inclusion e-Inclusion or digital inclusion (written eInclusion when referring to specific policies) is the term used (at least in the European Union) to encompass activities related to the achievement of an inclusive information society.
E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship is an independent, professional, peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated first and foremost to advancing knowledge and research in the areas of academic and special librries]].
E-mail Electronic mail (abbreviated "e-mail" or, often, "email") is a store and forward method of composing, sending, storing, and receiving messages over electronic communication systems. The term "e-mail" (as a noun or verb) applies both to the Internet e-mail system based on the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and to intranet systems allowing users within one organization to e-mail each other.
E-mail address An e-mail address identifies a location to which e-mail messages can be delivered. The word e-ddress is also used as the formal pre-registered authoritative electronic mailing delivery site for an individual (example: an attorney's e-mail address registered for delivery of proof of service digital copies of legal pleadings).
E-mail address harvesting E-mail harvesting is the process of obtaining lists of e-mail addresses for use in bulk mail or other purposes usually grouped as spam. Methods range from purchasing lists of e-mail addresses from other spammers to the more common use of special software, known as "harvesting bots" or "harvesters", which scan Web pages, postings on Usenet, mailing list archives, and other online sources to obtain e-mail addresses.
E-mail art E-mail art (sometimes called "Electronic Mail Art") is simply any kind of art sent by e-mail. It includes computer graphics, animations, screensavers, digital scans of artwork in other media, or even ASCII art.
E-mail attachment An e-mail attachment (or email attachment) is a computer file which is sent along with an e-mail message. The file may be sent as a separate message, but now it is almost universally sent as part of the message to which it is attached.
E-mail bomb In Internet usage, an e-mail bomb is a form of net abuse consisting of sending huge volumes of e-mail to an address in an attempt to overflow the mailbox or overwhelm the server. Mailbombing is the act of sending an e-mail bomb, a term shared with the act of sending actual exploding devices (see mailbomb).
E-mail filtering Email filtering is the processing of e-mail to organize it according to specified criterion. Most often this refers to the automatic processing of incoming messages, but the term also applies to the intervention of human intelligence in addition to artificial intelligence, and to outgoing emails as well as those being received.
E-mail injection E-mail injection is a security vulnerability that can occur in Internet applications that are used to send e-mail messages. Like SQL injection attacks, this vulnerability is one of a general class of vulnerabilities that occur when one programming language is embedded within another.
E-mail jamming E-mail jamming is the use of sensitive words in e-mails to jam the authorities that listen in on them by providing a form of a red herring and an intentional annoyance. It is used by some civil rights activists in an attempt to thwart government spy networks such as ECHELON.
E-mail marketing E-mail marketing is a form of direct marketing which uses electronic mail as a means of communicating commercial or fundraising messages to an audience. In its broadest sense, every e-mail sent to a potential or current customer could be considered e-mail marketing.
E-mail privacy The protection of electronic mail from unauthorized access and inspection is known as e-mail privacy. In countries with a constitutional guarantee of the secrecy of correspondence, e-mail is equated with letters and thus legally protected from all forms of eavesdropping.
E-mail spoofing E-mail spoofing is a term used to describe fraudulent email activity in which the sender address and other parts of the email header are altered to appear as though the email originated from a different source. E-mail spoofing is a technique commonly used for spam e-mail and phishing to hide the origin of an e-mail message.
E-mail tracking Email tracking is a method for monitoring your email delivery to your intended recipient. Most tracking technologies utilize some form of digitally time-stamped record reveal the exact time and date that your e-mail was received or opened, as well the IP address of the recipient.
E-mini S&P E-Mini S&P, often abbreviated to "E-mini" and designated by the commodity ticker symbol ES, is a stock market index futures contract traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's Globex electronic trading platform. The notional value of one contract is US$50 times the value of the S&P 500 stock index.
E-mu Audity The E-mu Audity was a computer controlled, analog synthesizer made in 1978. It began life as a project for Tangerine Dream's Peter Baumann, and eventually evolved into a state-of-the-art, 16-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer with an included digital keyboard and sequencer that was intended to compete with Sequential Circuits' Prophet 5.
E-mu Emulator II Released commercially in 1984, the Emulator II was E-mu's second sampler. Like the Emulator I, it was an 8-bit sampler, however it had superior fidelity to the Emulator I, and allowed more flexibility in editing sounds.
E-M-F Company The E-M-F Company was an early American automobile manufacturer that produced automobiles from 1909 to 1912. The name E-M-F was gleaned from the initials of the three company founders: Barney Everitt - a custom auto body builder from Detroit, Willaim Metzger - formerly of Cadillac, and Walter Flanders, who had served as Henry Ford's production manager.
E-Mail Loop An E-Mail Loop is an infinite loop phenomenon created by mail servers, scripts, or mail reading programs generating automatic replies or responses, to which each automatic response generates another automatic response and so on. The process can continue until one mailbox is full or reaches its mail sending limit.
E-Man E-Man is a fictional comic book superhero created by writer Nicola Cuti and artist Joe Staton for Charlton Comics in 1973. Though the character's original series was short-lived, the lightly humorous hero has become a cult-classic sporadically revived by various independent comics publishers.
E-NRICH eNRICH a web-based fully customisable software for knowledge management to find user's information or knowledge available on the Internet and to create relevant content of their own. Developed for UNESCO by the National Information Centre of India.
E-parliament e-Parliament is a not-for-profit organization that links together the world's democratic members of parliament and congress into a single forum. The intention is that this community of democratic legislators, together with interested organizations and citizens, can address a democracy gap at both the national and global levels.
E-payments E-payments referred in the past to 24 hour access to cash through an automated teller machine (ATM) or Direct Deposit of paychecks into checking or savings accounts. Nowadays, electronic banking involves many different types of transactions.
E-procurement E-procurement (Electronic Procurement) is the business-to-business purchase and sale of supplies and services through the Internet as well as other information and networking systems, such as electronic data interchange (EDI) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). An important part of many B2B sites, e-procurement is also sometimes referred to by other terms, such as supplier exchange.
E-professional E-professional or "eprofessional" or even "eProfessional" is a term used in Europe to describe a professional whose work relies on concepts of Telework or Telecommuting: working at a distance using information and communications technology.
E-Prime E-Prime attempts to remove the verb â€śto beâ€ť in all its forms from English: be, is, am, are, was, were, been and being, plus all the contractions. This has the tactical effect of eliminating the passive voice.
E-Prime (software) E-Prime is an software applications suite for conducting psychological and neuroscientifical experiments, developed by Psychology Software Tools (PST) and first released in 1996. It offers control over almost every aspect of paradigm creation, and is temporally accurate to within a few milliseconds, a crucial aspect of control for many research needs.
E-rate E-Rate is the commonly used name for the Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund, which is administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) under the direction of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The program provides discounts to assist most schools and libraries in the United States (and U.
E-state E-state is used to refer both to a state with universal availability of fixed and roaming broadband Internet access within its borders and a state which primarily delivers its services and conducts its business online. "State" in this context can mean a state as political subdivision of a nation or a state which is a nation.
E-Science The term e-Science (or eScience) is used to describe computationally intensive science that is carried out in highly distributed network environments, or science that uses immense data sets that require grid computing. The term was created by John Taylor, the Director General of the United Kingdom's Office of Science and Technology in 1999 and was used to describe a large funding initiative starting in November 2000.
E-Sir Born Issah Mmari, on May 20th 1981 in California Estate, Nairobi, Kenya, E-Sir was a Kenyan hip hop artist signed to the Ogopa DJs label who was famous for his deft lyrical ability and command of the Swahili language. He is still widely regarded as one the best rappers to emerge on the Kenyan hip hop scene.
E-Sports Entertainment Association E-Sports Entertainment Association, LLC., most widely known as ESEA, is an American electronic sports company that specializes in hosting semi-organized, non-league pick-up games (PUGs) for the popular game Half-Life: Counter-Strike and Counter-Strike: Source.
E-text An e-text (from "electronic text"; sometimes written as etext) is, generally, any textual information that is available in a digitally encoded human-readable format and read by electronic means, but more specifically it refers to files in the ASCII character encoding.
E-topic E-topic (electronic topic) is used to describe a corporate electronic training environment available to global clients and users in order to reduce the need to allocate time and resources for repeated face-to-face training sessions. Similar to the term E-learning, the E-topic describes the individual modules used to provide specific on-demand answers to specific needs.
E-Tools e-Tools: Character and Monster Generator is a software application initially developed by Fluid Entertainment and Wizards of the Coast (WotC). The software contains many different tools designed to assist with hosting and playing Dungeons & Dragons campaigns, though it can be altered to work with most games that use the d20 System.
E-TQM College e-TQM College is the world's first online school for the field of Total Quality Management (TQM). are affiliated with the Dubai Autism Center] and the [[Basic Education College in Kuwait, as well as with the University of California Berkeley.
E-VLBI e-VLBI is a type of very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) that uses high-speed optical fibres to link VLBI radio telescopes in real-time. In Europe, 6 radio telescopes of the European VLBI Network EVN are now connected with Gigabit per second links via their National Research Networks and the Pan-European research network GEANT.
E-wrestling E-Wrestling is an internet variation on creative roleplay, based on the world of professional wrestling. The basic premise is that the player (also called a handler) creates a character, and manages his or her career in a fictional professional wrestling promotion, called an E-Federation (or E-Fed).
E-ZPass E-ZPass is the electronic toll collection system used on most toll bridges and toll roads in the eastern United States from Virginia to Maine, and recently extended into Illinois. All states use the same technology, allowing travelers to use the same E-ZPass tag throughout the network.
E&OE E&OE is an initialism standing for errors and omissions excepted. The phrase is used in an attempt to reduce legal liability for incorrect or incomplete information supplied in a contractually related document such as a price list, quotation or specification.
E. A. Markham (Edward) Archie Markham (born October 1, 1939) is a poet and writer, born in Harris, Montserrat, and mainly resident in the United Kingdom since 1956. He is known for poetry in both 'nation-language' (patois) and standard English, for short stories and a comic novel; he has used the pseudonym Paul St.
E. A. Wallis Budge Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge (July 27, 1857 â€“ November 23, 1934) was an English Egyptologist, Orientalist, and Philologist who worked for the British Museum and published numerous works on the ancient Near East.
E. Annie Proulx Edna Annie Proulx (pronounced ) (born August 22, 1935) is an American journalist and author. Her second novel, The Shipping News (1993), won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Award for fiction in 1994.
E. B. Babcock Ernest Brown Babcock (July 10 1877 - December 8 1954) was an United States plant geneticist. His pioneering work on the genetics of the genus Crepis and his more than 100 published articles explaining plant evolution primarily in terms of genetics mark him as a pioneer in the application of genetics research.
E. B. Farnum Ethan Bennett Farnum (born November 10, 1826 in Cheshire, Massachusetts) was one of the first residents of Deadwood, South Dakota who was not a miner or prospector; he was the owner of a general store. Farnum was married to Mary Farnum with three children, Sylvia, age 16, Edward, age 12, and Lyde, age 2 when he arrived in Deadwood.
E. C. Segar Elzie Crisler Segar (December 8 1894 â€“ October 13 1938) was an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of Popeye, a character who first appeared in his newspaper comic strip "Thimble Theater" in 1929.
E. D. E. N. Southworth Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth (December 26, 1819 â€“ June 30, 1899) was an American writer of more than 60 novels in the latter part of the 19th century. She was probably the most widely read author of that era.
E. D. Morel Edmund Dene Morel, originally Georges Eduard Pierre Achille Morel de Ville (July 10, 1873 â€“ November 12, 1924) was a British journalist, author and socialist politician. He led a campaign against slavery in the Congo Free State through newspapers such as his West African Mail, in collaboration with Roger Casement, the Congo Reform Association and others.
E. F. Jacob Ernest Fraser Jacob (12th September 1894 - 7th October 1971) was a British medievalist and scholar. He was educated at Winchester College and then a period at New College, Oxford - broken by service in the First World War.