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DIA

(1) See Ethernet DIA.

(2) (Document Interchange Architecture) An IBM SNA format used to exchange documents from dissimilar machines within an LU 6.2 session. It acted as an envelope to hold the document and did not set any standards for the content of the document, such as layout settings or graphics standards.

DIA

On drawings, abbr. for “diameter.”
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With the big names and big building there will inevitably be big buzz, and with Dia:Beacon only an eighty-minute train ride and a short walk away from Grand Central, big, big crowds.