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multiplex

a. a purpose-built complex containing a number of cinemas and usually a restaurant or bar
b. (as modifier): a multiplex cinema

multiplex

[′məl·tə‚pleks]
(engineering)
Stereoscopic device to project aerial photographs onto surfaces so that the images may be viewed in three dimensions by using anaglyphic spectacles; used to prepare topographic maps.

multiplex

A communication system that uses two separate frequencies for transmission and reception.
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Recommendations include depositing of visitors' bags outside multiplexes, long passages with openings in between and emergency exits that will not be locked.
The committee has advised eight screens for multiplexes and ruled that all the screens must not go beyond the second floor.
Moreover, after visiting the site, members of the panel found that though the proposed seating capacity for the multiplexes was 2,000, all entries were through escalators and three lifts.
To achieve this it proposes a `4 + 2' multiplex approach with 4 national multiplexes with total coverage in excess of 90%.
The new multiplexes will be located in easily accessible commercial centers, with stadium style seating in every auditorium providing unparalleled sight lines and significantly increased comfort.
The new Yelmo Cineplex multiplexes will open their doors to the public during 1999 and 2000.
This expansion reflects Yelmo Cineplex's commitment to provide the highest quality multiplexes to underserved markets throughout Spain," said Ricardo Evole, managing Director of Yelmo Cineplex.
Advanced time stamp processing overcomes problems associated with maintaining accurate stream timing with minimum jitter when accepting and generating multiplexes containing different time references.
This collaboration signals the first installation of the CherryPicker in Europe and brings to Cablecom the unprecedented ability to selectively groom (assemble programs) from a variety of remote digital multiplexes and local feeds and create a customized bouquet of digital programming in real time, operating in a compressed, DVB-compliant environment.
Imedia's patented statistical re-multiplexing technology uses constant-bit-rate (CBR) and variable-bit-rate (VBR) recode processing to unify all incoming sources and recombine them into highly efficient new statistical multiplexes, while maximizing picture quality and optimizing bandwidth and programming options.