ACIS

American Committee for Interoperable Systems

ACIS

Advanced CCD Imaging Spectrometer, an instrument on the Chandra X-Ray Observatory
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ACIS

The 3D ACIS Modeler (ACIS) is a Geometric modeling kernel developed by Spatial Corporation (formerly Spatial Technology), part of Dassault Systemes. ACIS is used by many software developers in industries such as computer-aided design (CAD), Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), Computer-aided engineering (CAE), Architecture, engineering and construc...
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ACIS

3D modelling 'number cruncher' at the heart of 3D modelling software.
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Acis

[plant] Acis is a genus of perennial, herbaceous and bulbous plants in the Amaryllis family (Amaryllidaceae, subfamily Amaryllidoideae). The genus consists of 9 species distributed in Europe and Northern Africa. The genus was reinstated in 2004, after it was determined on morphological and molecular grounds that these species should be segr...
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ACIS

A standard computer file format for exchanging CAD data, typically from AutoCAD programs. ACIS is an acronym that originally stood for 'Andy, Charles and Ian's System'
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Acis

Acis (ā'sis) : see Galatea 1.
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Acis

In Greek legend, a Sicilian shepherd, son of Pan and the nymph Symaethis. He was killed with a rock by Polyphemus, the Cyclops, his rival for the nymph Galatea. His blood was changed by Galatea into...
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Acis

In Greek mythology, Acis was a beautiful shepherd of Sicily. He was the son of Faunus and a river nymph. He loved the sea-nymph Galatea and was killed by his jealous rival Polyphemus, who crushed him under a huge rock. According to Sicillian tradition he was then turned into the river of the same name which runs at the foot of Mount Etna, or else h...
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Acis

in the Greek mythology of Ovid, the son of Faunus (Pan) and the nymph Symaethis. He was a beautiful shepherd of Sicily, the lover of the Nereid ...
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Acis

Roman son of Faunus and the nymph Symaethis, killed by jealous Polyphemus the cyclops, who wanted the nymph Galatea to himself. In memorial to Acis, the gods used his blood to create the river named after him. It flows at the foot of Mount Aetna.
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