Mex

[mathematics] where ω is the limit ordinal for the natural numbers. In the Sprague-Grundy theory the minimum excluded ordinal is used to determine the nimber of a normal-play impartial game, which is a game in which either player has the same moves in each position and the last player to move wins. The nimber is equal to 0 for a game that ...
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MEX

[windowing system] MEX (Multiple EXposure) was `Silicon Graphics` original high-performance windowing system`,{citation needed|date=October 2009} used on 68k-based IRIS systems and early IRIS 4D systems. MEX was originally loaded over a network through the utilization of GL1 routines kept on a remote host machine, usually a VAX. When the IR...
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Mex

Mexallon ore.
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