Early matrix computations on UNIVAC. Sammet 1969, p.642.
[mey-trik-sing] /ˈmeɪ trɪk sɪŋ/ noun 1. an electronic method of processing quadraphonic sound for recording in a two-channel form, for reconversion to four channels when played back.
- Matrix math
language An early system on the UNIVAC I or II. [Listed in CACM 2(5):1959-05-16]. (1997-02-27)
- Matrix math extensions
processor (MMX) (NOT an acronym for “MultiMedia eXtension”, according to Intel, but an Intel brand name) A set of 57 extra instructions built into some versions of Intel’s Pentium microprocessors for supporting SIMD operations on multimedia and communications data types. MMX-enhanced processors are due to be released early in 1997. They will be fully compatible […]
noun, Physics. 1. a formulation of non-relativistic quantum mechanics in which physical quantities are represented by matrices and matrix algebra is used to predict the outcome of physical measurements.