()eyboard-()ideo()ouse. A switch that permits multiple machines to share one keyboard, one monitor, and one mouse.
Kilobyte Virtual Machine (once codenamed Kauai Virtual Machine), a JVM targeted for PalmOS. Now incorporated into J2ME .
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A Java VM (Virtual Machine) suited for mobile devices. As its name suggests, the VM is measured in tens of KB. See also Virtual Machine, J2ME. LAN (Local Area Network) A geographically limited network (generally within a building or small group of buildings) that is managed and owned by a single company. See VPN.
Keyboard Video Mouse
Keboard, Video and Monitor - the term KVM Switch is used to describe a device where multiple computers can share the same keboard, monitor and mouse.
The KVM is a compact Java virtual machine (JVM) that is designed for small devices. It supports a subset of the features of the JVM. For example, the KVM does not support floating-point operations and object finalization. The CLDC specifies use of the KVM. According to folklore, the 'K' in KVM stands for kilobyte, signifying that the KVM runs in kilobytes of memory as opposed to megabytes.
Kilobyte Virtual Machine The name of the Java virtual machine (VM or JVM)included in the reference implementation of the Connected Limited Device Configuration. Sometimes used as a generic replacement for a Java virtual machine designed to run in a constrained environment, though technically it really refers to a specific implementation of such a VM.