Windowing

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Windowing may refer to:

  • Windowing system, a graphical user interface (GUI) which implements windows as a primary metaphor
  • In signal processing, the application of a window function to a signal
  • In computer networking, a flow control mechanism to manage the amount of transmitted data sent without receiving an acknowledgement (e.g. TCP windowing)
  • A method to interpret a two-digit year as a regular four-digit year, see Year 2000 problem
  • Address Windowing Extensions, a Microsoft Windows Application Programming Interface
  • A process used to produce images in a computed tomography (CT) scan
  • A method of publication wherein a work is published on different media at different times (e.g. first in cinemas, then on Blu-ray)

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