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Arp

 (ärp), Jean or Hans 1887-1966.
Alsatian artist and a founder of Dada. He is particularly noted for his abstract reliefs and three-dimensional sculptures.

Arp

(French arp)
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(Biography) Jean (ʒɑ̃) or Hans (hans). 1887– 1966, Alsatian sculptor, painter, and poet, cofounder of the Dada movement in Zürich, noted particularly for his abstract organic sculptures based on natural forms

Arp


(ärp),
n.
Hans or Jean (ʒɑ̃) 1888?–1966, French painter and sculptor; one of the founders of dadaism.
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Address resolution protocol (ARP) and dynamic host control protocol (DHCP) for LAN management -- Point-to-point protocol (PPP), including link control protocol (LCP); and Internet protocol control protocol (IPCP) with password authentication protocol (PAP) or challenge handshake authentication protocol (CHAP) authentication for dial-up -- IP and Internet control message protocol (ICMP) for the network layer -- User datagram protocol (UDP) and transmission control protocol (TCP) for application support -- Telnet for serial-to-Internet conversion; simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP) and post office protocol 3 (POP3) for e-mail -- Http for Web page and Java applet support.
The following broadcast protocols are large consumers of bandwidth and they should be configured so they are limited to the subnetworks where they originate: Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP), and Boot Protocol (BOOTP).
It covers verification of IEEE 1394-2008 and its supplements for the transport of IPv4 datagrams, and defines tests to verify the methods for an address resolution protocol (1394 ARP) and a multicast channel allocation protocol (MCAP), both of which are specific to 1394.