Micro is a word that comes from the Greek μικρός (mikrós), meaning "small". It can be used to indicate a smaller than average scale (microscopic scale), as opposed to prefixes mega and macro, which can be used to indicate a larger than average scale.
Micro may refer to:
- micro- (μ) a prefix in the SI and other systems of units denoting a factor of 10−6 (one millionth)
- MICRO Information Management System, an early set-theoretic database management system
- Micro programming language, a simple programming language used in teaching compiler construction techniques
- Micro (band), a Thai rock band
- Micro (car), the first car company from Sri Lanka
- Micro (novel), a novel written by Michael Crichton and Richard Preston
- Micro (wrestler), a Japanese professional wrestler
- Mikro, a Greek electronic music group
- International Symposium on Microarchitecture, the one of the most important academic conference on computer architecture
Other articles related to "micro":
... A solar micro-inverter, or microinverter or micro inverter, converts direct current (DC) electricity from one or two (depending on manufacturer) solar panels to alternating current (AC) ... The output from several micro-inverters is combined and often fed to the electrical grid ... Micro-inverters contrast with conventional string or central inverter devices, which are connected to multiple solar panels ...
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... SSI Micro Ltd ... SSI Micro was established in 1990 by Jeffrey Philipp and is headquartered in Yellowknife, capital of the Northwest Territories ... SSI Micro is also a provider of Satellite Communication services, offered in locations that do not have terrestrial service options ...
... The Silver Arrow Mini-V (originally named the Micro-V) is a small reconnaissance UAV developed in Israel in the 1990s ... The Micro-V appears to be too small to carry a full sensor turret, carrying a miniaturized imager in a transparent section built into the middle of its fuselage ...