Definitions for "mimetic "
Apt to imitate; given to mimicry; imitative.
Characterized by mimicry; -- applied to animals and plants; as, mimetic species; mimetic organisms. See Mimicry.
Used in describing a type of architecture, once common on the American roadside, wherein the form of the building was physically suggestive of the type of business conducted there; also called programmatic architecture. More broadly, the term can be used to refer to virtually any building which defies common conventions and seeks to mimic something other than a building. One of the most famous examples was Los Angeles' Brown Derby Restaurant.
mimetic is a MIME library written in C++ designed to be easy to use and integrate but yet fast and efficient. It's standard compliant using the Standard Template Library for base C++ structures and supporting all relevant messaging RFCs. A powerful template encoding/decoding engine is also included to allow seamless extendibility (i.e.
A powerful, full featured, STL-based, standards compliant and free C++ MIME library.
A molecule that replicates essential features of another molecule.
Something that simulates the action or effect of something else.