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  2. Access control - Wikipedia

    In the fields of physical security and information security, access control (AC) is the selective restriction of access to a place or other resource, while access management describes the process. The act of accessing may mean consuming, entering, or using.

  3. Router - Wikipedia

    Router may refer to: . Router (computing), a computer networking device Router (woodworking), a rotating cutting tool Router plane, a woodworking hand plane; See also. Rooter (disambiguation)

  4. Computer mouse - Wikipedia

    Since 2 October 1968, more than two months before Engelbart's demo, a mouse device named Rollkugelsteuerung (German for "rolling ball control") was shown in a sales brochure by the German company AEG-Telefunken as an optional input device for the SIG 100 vector graphics terminal, part of the system around their process computer TR 86 and the TR 440 [] main frame.

  5. Educational technology - Wikipedia

    Educational technology is an inclusive term for both the material tools, processes, and the theoretical foundations for supporting learning and teaching.Educational technology is not restricted to high technology but is anything that enhances classroom learning in the utilization of blended, face to face, or online learning.

  6. Power supply - Wikipedia

    Fuses in power supply units may be replaceable by the end user, but fuses in consumer equipment may require tools to access and change. A circuit breaker contains an element that heats, bends and triggers a spring which shuts the circuit down. Once the element cools, and the problem is identified the breaker can be reset and the power restored.

  7. Wahhabism - Wikipedia

    Wahhabism (Arabic: ٱلْوَهَّابِيَةُ, romanized: al-Wahhābiyyah) is a Sunni Islamic revivalist and fundamentalist movement associated with the reformist doctrines of the 18th-century Arabian Islamic scholar, theologian, preacher, and activist Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (c. 1703–1792).