micrologic

micrologic

(ˌmaɪkrəˈlɒdʒɪk) or

micrological

adj
(General Physics) a rare word for microscopic3
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He served as vice president of Micrologic, where he successfully grew the online sales by double digits in just a few short years.
The grant will be utilised for developing a prototype of the test, named Micrologic.
OTC: FXIT) said it has signed an evaluation agreement with Micrologic Design Automation, Inc.
We extent the theory of formalization initially presented by Georg Simmel in 1908 by enriching it with a micrologic that allows us to formulate expectations about when we should observe the occurrence of formalization but also informalization.
WESTBORO - Attorney General Martha Coakley's office has cited MicroLogic Inc.
and the leader in transport refrigeration wireless monitoring and control systems, announced it has acquired the assets of MicroLogic, a provider of products designed to help construction and equipment rental businesses monitor and track a wide range of high value fleet assets, such as heavy equipment and service and delivery vehicles.
The process control system utilizes a MicroLogic processor for control function timing and sequencing.
5 billion in revenues, while Micrologic Research is more conservative with its estimation that the market will reach five million devices in 2001 and 1.
Micrologic Research in Phoenix says worldwide revenues from the shipment of Bluetooth devices will reach $15 billion in 2005.
It describes the fusion of synoptic and micrologic approaches and it typifies Leonardo's intellect.