Trix

[company] Trix is a German company that originally made Trix metal construction sets. In 1935 it began producing the electrically powered model trains that it became famous for, under the Trix Express label. Prior to the outbreak of World War II the Trix company produced a small range of fairly unrealistic AC powered three rail models runni...
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Trix

[operating system] TRIX is a research network-oriented operating system compatible with UNIX version 7. TRIX was developed in the late 1970s at and his research group. TRIX`s kernel uses remote procedure calls (RPC). It was developed with the NuMachine. ==Design and implementation== On startup, the NuMachine would load the same program on e...
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TriX

[syntax] TriX (Triples in XML) is a serialization format for RDF (Resource Description Framework) graphs. It is an XML format for serializing Named Graphs and RDF Datasets which offers a compact and readable alternative to the XML-based RDF/XML syntax. ==Example== http://example.org/Bob http://example.org/wife http://example.org/Mary http:/...
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Trix

[technical analysis] Trix (or TRIX) is a technical analysis oscillator developed in the 1980s by Jack Hutson, editor of Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities magazine. It shows the slope (i.e. derivative) of a triple-smoothed exponential moving average. The name Trix is from `triple exponential.` Trix is calculated with a given N-day...
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