- Multiple virtual storage
operating system (MVS) Release 2 of OS/VS2, called MVS because it had multiple 16 MB virtual address spaces, in contrast to SVS. MVS ran on the IBM 390 series mainframes. It became MVS/SP, then MVS/XA (with 31-bit addressing) and then MVS/ESA. MVS/Open Edition (MVS/OE), aimed at the growing open systems market, added TCP/IP and Unix […]
- Multiple vision
multiple vision n. See polyopia.
noun 1. the casting of ballots in more than one constituency in one election, as in England before the election reform of 1918. noun 1. the practice of voting in more than one constituency in the same election
[muhl-tuh-pleks] /ˈmʌl təˌplɛks/ adjective 1. having many parts or aspects: the multiplex problem of drug abuse. 2. manifold; multiple: the multiplex opportunities in high technology. 3. Telecommunications. of, relating to, or using equipment permitting the simultaneous transmission of two or more trains of signals or messages over a single channel. verb (used with object) 4. […]