microlog

microlog

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(petroleum engineering)
A drill-hole resistivity log recorded with electrodes mounted at short distances from each other in the face of a rubber-padded microresistivity sonde.

microlog

(architecture)
A section of non-volitile memory used to record state information. Often used for retaining crash information after a reboot in embedded systems.

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30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Microlog Delaware Corporation (OTC: MLOG) (the "Company") announced today that it has closed on $300,000 of financing for the Company.
Amongst the new products will be SKF's range of Microlog vibration analysers.
SKF has launched a new concept in vibration analysis instrumentation, the MX Series, part of the Microlog family of products.
The MicroLog Plus enables wireless communications from up to 200 feet.
The tiny electronic device, called a Microlog, fits on the wheel axles of trains and can detect abnormal stresses on them - possibly caused by track problems such as heat buckling.
Used with Biolog's popular MicroLog Microbial Identification/Characterization system, the DP Database identifies the following dangerous pathogens:
SYNOPSIS: MedicWare, MediNotes Corporation, Microlog, and Microsys Computing, Inc.
It complements the existing MicroLog databases to provide accurate and reproducible identification of over 2000 species of bacteria, yeast and fungi.
KAX015) FRANK WEISE, CEO of MICROLOG LOGISTICS AG (MK4.
01C MicroStation[TM] and MicroLog 3E allow laboratory technicians to easily perform microbial ecological analysis on soil, water, and other samples.
Microlog Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: MLOG) , a leader in customer communications solutions that enhance bottom-line impact on business performance, today announced plans to support Envox 5, the communications development platform from Envox Worldwide, for their solution development activities.
KAQ628) JOHN MEARS, CEO of MICROLOG CORPORATION (MLOG), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.