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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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As before, ([y.sub.1], [x.sub.1] + g) and ([y.sub.2], [x.sub.2] + g) represent the optimal allocations when g is not binding for any household (including the mimicker).
Melioidosis, the great mimicker: a report of 10 cases from Malaysia.
(22) Specifically, morphology that demonstrated nested growth patterns with or without squamouslike foci, spindled/sarcomatoid growth, basaloid morphology, and syncytial growth patterns were all potential mimickers of conventional or variant urothelial carcinoma.
Histopathologically, tuberculoid granulomas are close mimicker of other cutaneous granulomatous lesions like leprosy, fungal, parasitic infections and sarcoidosis.
BPA has been reported to cause thyroid hormone disruption, alter follicle stimulating hormone, and increase total testosterone.6 It is also known to affect estrogen in the body, acting as an estrogen mimicker and possessing estrogenlike properties.
INTRODUCTION: Tuberculosis is called the great mimicker because of its potential to involve any organ and mimic other illness.
The infection can involve any organ and can mimic any other illness, hence know as great mimicker 1.
Kanwar, MD, PhD, and I focus on the pathobiology of diabetic nephropathy and how to discriminate the mimicker lesions seen in light chain deposition disease, amyloidosis, immunotactoid nephropathy, membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis, and idiopathic nodular glomerulosclerosis.
"I didn't fit the bill for coeliac disease and it's a good mimicker of other conditions.
HFMD caused by CVA6 is therefore called a "diagnostic mimicker" in the literature because it resembles many other skin diseases.
(7) As a result of this seemingly inconsistent clinical features, pilomatricoma has been found to be one of the most frequent mimicker of salivary gland tumors.