rchitecture) AMD's 64-bit architecture. See AMD64
rchitecture) Earlier IBM file formats for text documents. DCA/RFT (Revisable-Form Text) was the primary format and could be edited. DCA/FFT (Final-Form Text) was formatted for a particular output device and could not be changed. For example, page numbers, headers and footers were placed on every page. DCA gave way to Adobe's PDF format (see PDF
rchitecture) A proprietary set of rules from Unisys that creates and maintains an end-to-end communications path between computing systems and their applications.
ssociates, Inc., Alpharetta, GA) A manufacturer of communications products, known for its "IRMA board." In late 1994, DCA became part of Attachmate Corporation of Seattle, Washington. See IRMA board