STIX


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STIX

An oscillator on an exchange that compares the trading volume of advancing stocks to the trading volume of declining stocks. It is used in technical analysis. See also: Advance/decline line.
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The STIX fonts will be made available to anyone under a royalty-free license to encourage the development of applications that make use of them.
The STIX Mission will be completed upon the creation of fully hinted PostScript Type 1 and TrueType font sets, and when glyphs have been incorporated into Unicode representation and browsers have the capabilities to fully use the STIX fonts to accurately represent scholarly scientific documents.
STIX offers a common language to describe cyber threat information to allow it to be shared, stored, and otherwise used consistently easing automation.
For us it was more than the ground-breaking work in using STIX in web platforms and the excellent framework they provide; the threatTRANSFORM guys have provided great support and advice which has helped us to scale our own unique InTELL portal content across multiple continents.
This new set of fonts, known as the STIX Fonts, will solve both of these problems by serving the scientific and engineering community in the process from manuscript creation all the way through to final publication, both in electronic and print formats.
The STIX Fonts will be made available under royalty-free license to everyone, including publishers, software developers, scientists, students, and the general public.
Within the STIX architecture framework, Prism XL uses a 'stick' as the integral unit, with each stick containing two 'slices' of a full-length, full-height PCIe gen 2 x 16 slot and a single-socket AMD 4100-powered motherboard.
SGI, SGI Prism, STIX, Altix, and Rackable are registered trademarks or trademarks of Silicon Graphics International Corp.
Based on the MIT Open Source License, threatTRANSFORM was created out of the need for streamlining the creation of STIX datasets.