stim


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stim

(stɪm)
n
(used with a negative) Irish a very small amount: I couldn't see a stim; she hasn't a stim of sense.
[of uncertain origin]
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While system integrators concentrate on networking of various sensors and actuators through transducer-independent NCAPs, transducer manufacturers can make their specific products generic through appropriate design of network-independent STIM and TEDS.
Among the two novel weed sensors embedded in the system, one used the conventional interface between the sensor and the CAN network, while the second one, designed using the "smart transducer" concept, contained two microcontrollers serving as STIM and NCAP, respectively.
After the transaction, PRSfM, STIM and GEMA would not offer multi-national licences for their repertoire individually and DSPs could obtain those only from the joint venture.
STIM (as in stimulation) is a Web-only magazine created by a team inside Prodigy, the commercial on-line service.
I am grateful for this vote of confidence from the STIM Board of Directors, and look forward to start working in Stockholm.
STIMS serves as the central library of initiatives, events and projects to manage Sea Trial events and related activities, as well as to support cataloging all experimentation.