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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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It contrasts with Batesian mimicry, which proposes that harmless species mimic harmful ones to protect themselves.
Materialise Mimics inPrint is the first and currently only 3D printing software cleared by the FDA to create anatomical models for patient care.
Should we train animals to mimic? Animal rights supporters argue that it is cruel and unjust to train animals for our own amusement.
The occurrence of mimics in nature was first described by naturalists during the nineteenth century, when it was observed that certain species of insects that were unpleasant tasting to predators were imitated in appearance by some edible species.
Previous simulation studies have investigated some MIMIC model properties in DIF detection including the structure of data, the scale of response categories, DIF pattern, differences in mean, and variance of latent trait distribution [4, 9-17].
And a third proclaimed: "So fuming The Mimic Men aren't through, they were one of my faves #BRITAINSGOTTALent."
For the recently developed microchip that mimics bone tissues, the SNU and CNU research teams utilized the original vessel platform to develop new bone angiogenesis models.
With this exercise blueprint we have proven that any drug that mimics exercise will need to target multiple molecules and possibly even pathways
Rather than growing biorenewable polymers, a more practical goal is to extract monomers from biorenewable products that mimic those from petroleum sources.
One viewer said on Twitter: "Um, did Mike Tindall just mimic snorting cocaine with ice behind Davina on The Jump?
The reporter plasmid was co-transfected with either a miR-29 mimic or a miR-mimic control, and luciferase levels were measured after 48 hours.
Potentially the stem cells and the extracellular matrix in the mimic would communicate with native cells and stimulate the regeneration of healthy muscle.