Definitions for "Platforms"
Keywords:  macintosh, unix, mac, itv, middleware
The underlying system and standards that makes up the built in and/or set top box. A platform enables interactivity and can include ITV related software, middleware, or hardware. Back to previous
A platform is an computer operating system on which application programs can run. Examples of platforms are Windows, 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP and the Mac OS X.
A combination hardware and software architecture, such as Unix, Macintosh, or Windows NT.
Keywords:  taskable, adf, planks, discrete, decks
A work surface elevated above lower levels. Platforms can be constructed using individual wood planks, fabricated planks, fabricated decks, and fabricated platforms.
refers to air, land, surface or sub-surface assets that are discrete and taskable elements within the ADF.
Leveled areas on ridges or hilltops.
A level area part way up a staircase where the staircase changes directions.
Keywords:  diffusion, obstacle, major
a major obstacle to the MA diffusion
The areas adjacent to the tracks where passengers wait for their trains. French: quais.
Keywords:  shoe, thick, sole, woman, high
a woman's shoe with a very high thick sole