Definitions for "Multiplex"
Transmission of two or more information streams over a single physical channel at the same time. Multiplexing allows a number of simultaneous transmissions over a single circuit.
In this user guide, multiplexing means to take packets from several sources and interleave them into one connection. For example, packets from data, voice, and video sources can be fed down one connection.
The division of a single transmission medium into multiple logical channels supporting many simultaneous sessions. For example, one network may have simultaneous FTP, telnet, rlogin, and SMTP connections, all going at the same time.
Keywords:  megaplex, theater, sirk, mildred, lurid
both refer to movie chains (i.e., Loews, AMC Theatres) with movie theatres that screen more than one film at a time, as opposed to single-screen theatres. A multiplex has from 2 up to 16 screens, a megaplex has 16 or more screens; plex is the abbreviation for a multiplex theatre. Example: A typical AMC multiplex 7-screen theatre in the greater Los Angeles area. melodrama originally referred to "a drama accompanied by music"; a film characterized by expressive plots with strong and intensified emotion, often with elements of pathos, illness and hardship; called 'women's films' or 'weepies' ( tearjerkers) during the 1940s; aka meller; sometimes used disparagingly to describe films that are manipulative and crudely appeal to emotions; see also 'chick flicks' Examples: prominent "weepies" include Letter From an Unknown Woman (1948) (shown above) and Mildred Pierce (1945), and any of director Douglas Sirk's lurid melodramas of the 50s, such as Magnificent Obsession (1954), All That Heaven Allows (1956), Imitation of Life (1959), and Written on the Wind (1956).
a place which offers a multi-screen option, says Udai Kaushish
Theater building or complex with several theaters or auditoriums.
A combination of conductors consisting of two (duplex), three (triplex), or four (quadraplex) individual conductors twisted around each other. These are generally used as services or secondary wiring.
a multiplex is where two or more routes overlap on the same stretch of pavement; sometimes a dually signed road is referred to as a duplex and three routes that share the same stretch of pavement are referred to as a triplex. The FHWA prefers the term overlap in these instances.
This article is about the DC Comic book character. For the webcomic of the same name, see Multiplex (webcomic).
Multiplex is a humor webcomic written and drawn by Gordon McAlpin which first debuted on July 10, 2005. The comic focuses on the lives of the staff of the Multiplex 10 Cinemas and the movies that play there.
A system for analyzing several loci at once.
a form of DNA analysis that allows multiple loci to be analysed at the same time.
Keywords:  wembley, perth, stadium, forty, roberts
Multiplex is a large Australian based group of property and construction companies notable for its involvement in large scale projects. It was founded in 1962 in Perth, Western Australia, by John Roberts. Within forty years it was listed on the stock exchange and had involvement in high profile projects, such as Wembley Stadium.
Manifold; multiple.
many and varied; having many features or forms; "manifold reasons"; "our manifold failings"; "manifold intelligence"; "the multiplex opportunities in high technology"
Stereoplotter of the double-projection type characterized by its use of reduced-scale diapositives and stationary lamphouses with condensing lenses.
Multiplexing is a form of toss juggling with multiple balls thrown and/or caught at one time by the same hand. Perhaps the simplest multiplex pattern is to juggle a three-ball cascade pattern with 4 balls, where two of the balls are treated like one ball, and thrown and caught together.
Practise of throwing two or more objects from the same hand at the same time.
An adjective indicating that there is more one type of relationship between two nodes.
The throwing of two or more objects from one hand at the same time.
Keywords:  backplanes, lcd, drivers, reduce, order
Using multiple backplanes in order to reduce the number of connections between the LCD and the drivers.
A method of driving a display whereby multiple segments are driven from the same edge connection.
Keywords:  abuse, aspects, problem, drug, parts
having many parts or aspects; "the multiplex problem of drug abuse"
Keywords:  dwelling, family, house
A multi-family dwelling or house.
a block of frequencies containing digital radio stations
Vehicle wiring system with a central control unit and a shared wire network linking the electrical components.