DXL


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DXL

(Domino eXtensible Language) A version of XML for Domino-based data. An XSLT processor is used to convert DXL data to XML data for external use. See IBM Notes.
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' No be Joke' produced by Joey Banks, mastered by DXL da beat is a classic love ballad that is guaranteed to be a classic.
Threat Intelligence Exchange will leverage DXL to integrate threat information sources and instantly share threat data across TSAs multivendor environment, helping its cyber defenses protect systems across the enterprise from becoming compromised.
An integrated PX-Pro colour spectrum filter custom-made for the DXL offers a significant increase in colour separation and dramatically higher colour precision to the image.
With optics, camera and colour working together as an integrated camera system, the Millennium DXL is able to capture 8K images using the REDCode RAW codec, a visually lossless compression algorithm.
McAfee DXL provides a standardised integration and communications fabric for products regardless of underlying proprietary architecture, according to the cybersecurity vendor.
The Panavision Millennium DXL 8K camera can shoot and record lossless colour and light data on to its SSD at seamless speed, at resolution comparable to double the clarity of Interstellar screened on IMAX.
Laboratories will benefit with (1) confidence in patient results through standardization to the gold standard 25(OH) Vitamin D Reference Measurement Procedure (RMP) from Ghent University; (2) accurate clinical assessment of vitamin D status provided by measurement of total 25(OH) vitamin D with equimolar measurement of 25(OH) vitamin D2 and 25(OH) vitamin D3; (3) excellent stability and reproducibility with greater storage convenience from an opaque reagent pack designed to prevent light-induced reagent degradation and (4) optimal productivity for both low and high-volume laboratories using the UniCel Dxl and Access 2 Immunoassay Systems.
Dual-energy X-ray laser absorptiometry (DXL) is an alternative that does not have these disadvantages; besides, it is portable.
ARMAN (French/American, 1928-2005), Untitled, Accumulation de Spatules, 1971, Signed Arman and inscribed DxL and F/5, Palette knives in polyester resin, 19x14 7/8 x 2 1/2 inches.
Influence of haemolysis on troponin testing: studies on Beckman Coulter UniCel Dxl 800 Accu-Tnl and overview of the literature.
The mission was named DXL, for Diffuse X-ray emission from the Local Galaxy and the astronomers have confirmed that much of this glow comes from a region of million-degree interstellar plasma called the local hot bubble, or LHB.
Located at 699 Sixth Avenue, the new DXL stores represent the company's superstore format, with a merchandise offering of more than 40 brands including True Religion, Michael Kors, Lacoste, and Brooks Brothers, as well as its own private label styles.