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MIMIC

(language)
An early language designed by J.H. Andrews of the NIH in 1967 for solving engineering problems such as differential equations that would otherwise have been done on an analog computer.

["MIMIC, An Alternative Programming Language for Industrial Dynamics, N.D. Peterson, Socio-Econ Plan Sci. 6, Pergamon 1972].
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Such generalization is also plausible because van Baaren, Holland, Kawakami, and van Knippenberg (2004) have shown that the beneficial consequences of mimicry were not restricted to the mimicker, but also generalized to people not directly involved in the mimicry situation.
Rotator cuff strain: a post-traumatic mimicker of tendonitis on MRI.
The marginal rate of substitution between environmental quality and a numeraire good for the mimicker thus differs from the low-wage person's marginal rate of substitution (at the latter's consumption bundle) essentially because of their different labor supply.
The solution to this problem gives rise to the indirect utility function for the mimicker [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
For example, Crohn's disease frequently affects the terminal ileum, making it a common mimicker of acute appendicitis in pregnancy.
Histopathologically, tuberculoid granulomas are close mimicker of other cutaneous granulomatous lesions like leprosy, fungal, parasitic infections and sarcoidosis.
In the past, the great imitator of almost any disease was syphilis, and today the great mimicker, including fibromyalgia, is Lyme disease, which Brady explores.
Mimicker Alarm is all set to make you hate alarms since turning it off won't be easy.
DL was also reported to be a potential mimicker of lymphoma.
Congenital triangular alopecia: a close mimicker of alopecia areata.
She went on at halfway and kept up the gallop right to the line to score by one and a quarter lengths from Mimicker.