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Knuth's hypothetical machine, used in The Art of Computer Programming v.1, Donald Knuth, A-W 1969.
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A ready-mixed batch of concrete, plaster, or mortar.
On drawings, abbr. for mixture.
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MIX(1) (Multimedia Internet EXchange) An Internet access point that supports quality of service (QoS) for multimedia traffic. See NAP and MPLS.
(2) (Medical Information EXchange System) A health information exchange (HIE) system for Windows from SETECS Medical Technologies (www.setecs.com). MIX enables interfacing to any EMR/EHR system that supports the HL7 messaging standard. Issued to both patients and healthcare providers, PIV-compliant smart cards provide strong security (see PIV).
(3) (Mix) A website that aggregates personalized content for members. Originally developed as StumbleUpon in 2001, it migrated to Mix in 2018. Members are asked to select at least three categories of interest, and they may follow other members that share similar interests. For more information, visit www.mix.com.
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