Definitions for "IMA"
Keywords:  inverse, multiplexing, atm, mgx, forum
inverse multiplexing over ATM. MGX card module that supports T3 or E3 inverse multiplexing on up to 8 T1 or E1 lines.
A method to pass ATM traffic over multiple E1/T1 links while keeping the ATMâ€(tm)s quality of service and optimization of bandwidth usage.
inverse multiplexing for ATM.
Keywords:  autif, fma, merger, manages, investment
Instructional Materials Account
Installation Management Agency
Individually Managed Account. An account in which an investment professional manages and monitors an investor’s portfolio on his/her behalf. Also called a “wrap account”.
adjective, Latin = lowest, hence artery thyroidea ima.
(L. lowest), e.g., thyroidea ima. The lowest thyroid artery.
Internal Mammary Artery. a conduit of choice for coronary bypass surgery. Reasons of choice may include better long-term patency and superior long-term patient survival.
4:1 compression audio codec which works with 16-bit audio. Based on the standard created by the nteractive ultimedia ssociation.
Interactive Multimedia Association's 4:1 compression/decompression scheme for audio. (It can be used by QuickTime 2.1 for CD-ROM audio files.)
Indian Medical Association
Keywords:  aplicada, matem, agrave, tica
I Matemà tica Aplicada
Ima is the debut album by electronica artist Brian Transeau, also known as BT. It was released in 1995. Blue Skies features vocals by Tori Amos.
Keywords:  asai, isv, cti, compliant, edge
An ISV that has developed ASAI-compliant CTI applications, including EDGE.
Keywords:  winimage, file
WinImage File
Individual Mobilization Augmentation
Individual Mobilization Augmentee
Icelandic Maritime Administration
Integrated Motor Assist - Honda's hybrid technology
Integrated Motor Assists
Keywords:  mother
IMA is Ideal Mechanical Advantage. It is the number of times a machine multiplies the effort force.
Intermediate Maintenance Activity
Keywords:  mission, area, information
Information mission area
Keywords:  street, arts, school, bond
School of Image Arts, 122 Bond Street
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications