(MHS) The standard defined by ITU-T as X.400 and by ISO as Message-Oriented Text Interchange Standard (MOTIS). MHS is the X.400 family of services and protocols that provides the functions for global electronic mail transfer among local mail systems and MTAs.
It is used by CompuServe, among others.
- Message passing interface
communications, protocol A de facto standard for communication among the nodes running a parallel program on a distributed memory system. MPI is a library of routines that can be called from Fortran and C programs. MPI’s advantage over older message passing libraries is that it is both portable (because MPI has been implemented for almost […]
- Message passing
One of the two techniques for communicating between parallel processes (the other being shared memory). A common use of message passing is for communication in a parallel computer. A process running on one processor may send a message to a process running on the same processor or another. The actual transmission of the message is […]
/French mɛsaʒe/ noun 1. André (Charles Prosper) (ɑ̃dre). 1853–1929, French composer and conductor
- Message stick
noun 1. a stick bearing carved symbols, carried by a native Australian as identification