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What is synsoacc.dll?


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File Description: The file synsoacc.dll synchronizes the computer data. To illustrate its function: for instance, an audio receiver is receiving a bit stream of data. It needs to know where the header information starts. The file synsoacc.dll is the one used to specify the start of the data. This is what is meant by synchronization.

An example of synchronization is 0x0B77 for an AC-3 encoded stream. The Bisync protocol uses a minimum of two ASCII "SYN" characters (0x16...0x16) to achieve character synchronization in an undifferentiated bit stream, then other special characters to synchronize the beginning of a frame of characters. Varieties of techniques are used to "disguise" bytes of data at the data link layer that might otherwise be incorrectly recognized as the sync word.

The file synsoacc.dll is associated with Binary Synchronous Communication (BSC or Bisync). It is an IBM link protocol that replaced the synchronous-transmit-receive (STR) protocol used with second generation computers. The intent was that common link management rules could be used with three different alphabets for encoding messages. Six-bit Transcode looked backwards to older systems; USASCII with 128 characters and EBCDIC with 256 characters looked forward.

The file synsoacc.dll is associated with the AC-3 algorithm short for Arc Consistency Algorithm #3. It is one of a series of algorithms used for the solution of constraint satisfaction problems or CSPs. The earlier AC algorithms are often considered too inefficient, and many of the later ones are difficult to implement. Hence, the AC-3 is the one most often taught and used in very simple constraint solvers.

The file synsoacc.dll functions with AC-3 algorithm. The AC-3 operates on constraints, variables, and the variables' domains or scopes. A variable can take any of several discrete values, with the set of values for a particular variable referred to as its domain. A constraint is a relation that limits the values a variable may possess.

Author: Syncrosoft Hard- und Software GmbH

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Part Of: Syncrosoft POS Access DLL

Memory Usage: Low

Associated Applications: AC-3 algorithm and BSC

Background DLL: Yes

Uses Network: No

Hardware Related: No

Common Path: C:\ WINDOWS\ System32\ synsoacc.dll

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