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IB Glossary - R

IB Glossary letter R

real-time processing The manipulation of data that is required or generated by some process while the process is in operation; usually the results are used to influence the process, and perhaps related processes, while it is occurring.
record An aggregate that consists of data objects, possibly with different attributes that usually have identifiers attached to them. See also the definition for "field".
requirements specification A document that sets out the customer requirements of a computer system. It is written as part of the systems analysis and can be used later to evaluate the system when implemented.
robotics The techniques used in designing, building and using robots.
robustness A term used to describe the ability of a program to resist crashing due to incorrect input or incorrect intermediate results.
router A device that identifies the destination of messages and sends them via an appropriate route.
Created by: Stanman66