An act of shaking a person's hand with one's own, used as a greeting or to finalize an agreement
A person's particular way of doing this
her handshake was warm and firm
An exchange of standardized signals between devices in a computer network regulating the transfer of data
grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract)
A handshake is a short ritual in which two people grasp one of each other's opposite hands, and most cases accompanied by a brief up and down movement of the grasped hands.
In information technology, telecommunications, and related fields, handshaking is an automated process of negotiation that dynamically sets parameters of a communications channel established between two entities before normal communication over the channel begins. ...
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The grasping of hands by two people when greeting or leave-taking; An exchange of signals between two devices when communications begin in order to ensure synchronization
(handshaking) A greeting by clasping hands; A step in a protocol in which information is exchanged between computing processor devices; often as part of the initiation process for communications
(Handshaking) is a form of encryption. One system, typically the server, sends an encryption scheme to another agent, typically a client. Thus, the client's data is protected during transmittal to the server. [top]
(Handshaking) A set of signals that coordinate the transfer of data from one device to another.
(Handshaking) Is the way in which the data flow between computers/hardware is regulated and controlled. Two distinct kinds of handshaking are described: Software Handshaking and Hardware Handshaking. ...
Handshaking refers to the signals that are transmitted between communications networks that establish a valid connection between two stations.
(handshaking) The process of exchanging information about speeds and protocols between analog modems to establish a dialup connection. If your modem volume is high enough, you can hear handshaking as a series of distinct tones at the start of a modem-to-modem call.
(Handshaking) The signals sent between the computer and the printer to ensure that information is being received correctly.
(HANDSHAKING) Symptom of too much programming. Most commonly seen among programmers who have just had their program erased by power fluctuations before they could save their program.
(Handshaking) A handshake is a type of gesture that is used in greeting where two hands meet palm to palm and a pumping action takes place. There are three main orientations that can occur during a handshakes. They are palm down (superiority), palm up (submissive) and palm even (equality). ...
(Handshaking) A protocol or sequence of signals for controlling the flow of data between devices, which can be hardware implemented or software implemented.
(Handshaking) Most computers send information to remote systems one line at a time. After a line of characters has been sent, the sending computer waits for a message from the receiving computer acknowledging that it is ready to receive more data. ...
(handshaking) In data transmission, the process of checking that a receiving device is ready to receive, or that a transmitting device is ready to transmit. Also, the method whereby such checking takes place. ...
(handshaking) The initial negotiation period immediately after a connection is established between two modems. This is when the modems agree about how the data will be transmitted (e.g., error correction, packet size, etc.). The set of rules they agree on is called the protocol.
Handshaking is the term used to describe the way computer peripherals communicate with each other and the computer. Fax machines and modems use a similar principle (although the details are vastly different). ...
A protocol two computers use to initiate a communication session.
It's a special handshake unique to each organization. Only initiated members will know the handshake. Also known as a Grip.
A series of signals acknowledging that communication or the transfer of information can take place between computers or other devices. ...
Prior to a videoconferencing transmission, the codecs exchange predetermined electrical signals that allow them to interoperate by they seeking out a common algorithm.
refers to the series of signals relayed between two components that each component waits for before sending another.
When your system is set off, it takes control of your phone line. When it gets in contact with the security center, it receives a 'handshake', which instructs the alarm system to send further information.