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SMIL

(language)
The machine language for a Swedish computer.

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SMIL

(hypertext, language, multimedia, text, World-Wide Web)
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SMIL

(Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) Pronounced "smile." A format for delivering and synchronizing multimedia content on the Web. Introduced in the summer of 1998 by the W3C, it is a document type (DTD) of XML and provides the timing commands that enable audio, video and graphics elements to be executed sequentially or in parallel. SMIL supports multimedia streaming protocols such as RTSP. See XML.
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Smil draws from and criticizes many scientific and technical disciplines, but relies very little on knowledge based in the humanities and social sciences.
Judging by the citations, Smil appears to have read everything relevant to thinking about catastrophes and trends, natural or human induced--and often in the original language, as he portentously reminds us.
Vaclav Smil is well aware of these and other problems that confront any would-be seer.
AF Gruppen's proposed part of the SMIL project includes construction of a new process area with a new oily water system and replacement of existing HVAC installations.
Although he would be the first to deny it, Smil has given us perhaps the best one-volume overview available of the new technologies of the Second Industrial Revolution.
(LAE620) H SIEGEL, CEO of STREAMEDIA.NET (SMIL), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
QuickTime 4.1 will feature enhanced functionality, including seamless ad insertion, improved firewall navigation, AppleScript support for easy digital media creation and streaming as well as support of synchronized multimedia integrated language (SMIL).
The software has been developed to take advantage of and enhance RealNetworks RealPlayer G2 using the World Wide Web Consortium's Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL).