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Modula-2 Algebra System. Runs on IBM PC, Atari, Amiga.

["Modula-2 Algebra System", H. Kredel, Proc DISCO 90 Capri, LNCS 429, Springer 1990, pp270-271].


(1) (Multiple Address System) A radio service in the 932-932.5 and 941-941.5 MHz frequency that covers a 25-mile radius from the antenna. It is used for sensor-based and transaction systems (ATMs, reservations, alarms, traffic control, etc.).

(2) (Multiple Award Schedule) A list of approved products available for purchase by U.S. government agencies.

(3) (Macintosh Application System) Software that allows a Macintosh 68K application to run in a PowerPC. It includes a 68K emulator and the Macintosh Toolbox, which contains the Mac's graphical functions. The Macintosh graphical user interface runs native in the PowerPC while only the Motorola 68K instructions are emulated.
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Abbreviations: ADL = activity of daily living, MAS = mobile arm support, NMC = neuromuscular condition, OT = occupational therapist, PMAS = powered mobile arm support, PSI = Patient-Specific Index, ULFI = Upper-Limb Functional Index.
Principle and design of a mobile arm support for people with muscular weakness.
A user-centered evaluation study of a mobile arm support.
Key words: adjustable spring mechanism, assistive device, biomechanics, gravity equilibrator, mobile arm support, neuromuscular diseases, passive orthosis, rehabilitation, static balancing, upper limb, user opinions.
The JAECO mobile arm support (MAS) (JAECO Orthopedic, Hot Springs, Arkansas) [10] and the TOP-HELP (Focal Revalidatie-technik, Berkel-Enschot, the Netherlands) [11] are two examples of commercially available nonpowered orthoses.

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