PROTO

(redirected from protocol)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to protocol: Network protocol, Internet Protocol
AcronymDefinition
PROTOPrototype
PROTOProtocol (eMule)
PROTOProcess and Tools (Team)
References in periodicals archive ?
At the time of writing, neither project has yet published its protocol specification (although both may now be available).
In reviewing the Dutch Protocol, the Senate should consider the following:
Unfortunately, speed (10 Mb/s) and lack of an appropriate protocol initially inhibited the use of IP/Ethernet networks for storage.
Under the program, third party developers can obtain licenses to protocol technology developed by Microsoft as part of its Windows family of client and server operating systems.
Eileen Claussen, president of the Pew Center, says these companies, which include Shell, BP Amoco, and American Electric Power, have described the Kyoto Protocol as a "first but incomplete step to addressing this issue internationally.
Golovinski had been linked to the work before: The German writer Konrad Heiden identified him as an author of the Protocols in 1944.
This protocol will be used for a sampled resident with a pressure sore/ulcer from either the high- or low-risk group.
Portugal First-ever treaty and protocol signed Sept.
The other problem with protocol-related reductions in costs is that it is unclear whether use of protocols will result in temporary or permanent avoidance of a CABG.
Spirent Protocol Tester, released in September of 2006, provides unrivaled flexibility and ease of use for testing IMS and next generation network architectures and services.
The Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, a tool developed through the OAI, facilitates interoperability between disparate and diverse collections of metadata through a relatively simple protocol based on common standards (XML, HTTP, and Dublin Core).
On March 8, 2004, the United States and the Netherlands signed a protocol (the "New Protocol") to the Convention Between the United States of America and the Kingdom of the Netherlands for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes on Income, revising the existing, 12-year old agreement.