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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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Release date- 14082019 - Researchers have used artificial intelligence to make new discoveries, and confirm old ones, about one of nature's best-known mimics, opening up whole new directions of research in evolutionary biology.
With the FDA clearance of Mimics Enlight, we are expanding the 3D toolkit for cardiologists working to treat patients with complex cardiovascular issues, starting with mitral valve replacement.
The amounts of lutein in the non-dairy creamer analogs/ mimics were very small (<4 [micro]g/g sample) and the amount was the highest when 7.5% egg yolk was added in the formula (Table 4).
In March of 2018, Materialise Mimics inPrint was cleared by the FDA, becoming the only solution with 510(k) clearance as an end-to-end 3D printing solution, as well as a fully comprehensive 3D printing solution for anatomical modeling.
It is not unusual to see mimics and the insects they have evolved to look like feeding side by side, and occasionally on one another.
These chips recreate the microarchitecture of a specific human organ and mimic the movement of organs.
Drugs that mimic the benefits of exercise could soon become a reality thanks to breakthrough research from the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre.
Although many companies have large libraries of antibodies and antibody mimics, the Protelica library is quite unique.
The stump of an occluded middle cerebral artery (MCA) is a rare but important aneurysm mimic. A 57-year- old male was admitted due to recurrent onset of transient ischemic attack.
of Virginia) and Tazelaar (pathology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine) supply pathologists with detailed morphologic descriptions and diagnostic information to help them recognize neoplastic mimics in the thoracic and cardiovascular systems, as well as neoplastic lesions that may mimic benign masses.
4: Line-up of hopeful mimics. 5: Janet takes the mike.
In Batesian mimicry, the mimic is under predator-mediated selection thus resembling a noxious or unpalatable model, whereas traits of aggressive mimics are under pressure to deceive their prey.