Definitions for "Xenon"
A very heavy, inert gaseous element of the noble gas group, occurring in the atmosphere in the proportion of one volume is about 20 millions. It was discovered by Ramsay and Travers in 1898. It can be condensed to a liquid boiling at -107° C., and to a solid which melts at -111.9° C. Symbol Xe (formely also X); atomic number 54; atomic weight 131.3.
Xenon lamps/bulbs do not emit damaging UV rays, which make these ideal for highlighting sensitive fabric and artworks. Xenon lamps/bulbs are much more tolerant when dealing with unstable voltages resulting in longer life. Xenon bulbs are filled with low-pressured xenon gas. Lamps based on xenon technology can be handled with bare hands with no effect on lamp life.
A chemical element with atomic number 54. Xenon was discovered in 1898 by Alexander Ramsay and Morris William Travers while they were conducting experiments on hydrogen. The name xenon is derived from xenon, Greek for stranger. Symbol: Xe. Related to noble gases.
Xenon (in Greek Ξενων) was an officer in the service of Antiochus III the Great (223–187 BC), who was sent, together with Theodotus Hemiolius, against Molon in 221 BC. They retired before Molon under the shelter of the towns.
Xenon is a CPU that is used in the Xbox 360 game console.IBM press release: IBM delivers Power-based chip for Microsoft Xbox 360 worldwide launch, San Jose, CA, 25 October 2005 The processor, codenamed "Waternoose" by IBM" Learning from failure - The inside story on how IBM out-foxed Intel with the Xbox 360", Dean Takahashi, Electronic Business, May 1 2006 and "XCPU" by Microsoft is based on IBM's Power PC technology, consisting of 3 independent cores on a single chip. Each of the cores has two symmetric hardware threads (SMT), for a total of six hardware threads available to games. Each individual core also includes 32kB of L1 instruction cache and 32kB of L1 data cache.
Xenon is a software to perform covert internet searches, presently in use,72564-0.html?tw=wn_technology_14 by taxing authorities to investigate the possibilities of tax evasion by various revenue producing web sites (online shops, gambling sites, or pornography sites) and clients selling goods on on-line auction sites. The software uses time–controlled web spiders to avoid likely countermeasures by the webmasters of the targeted site.
Xenon was a popular New York Nightclub. Housed in an abandoned theatre, Xenon was the only nightclub popular enough to compete with Studio 54. In the film "54" starring Mike Myers the character of Steve Rubell makes comments to his busboys that bad busboys "go to Xenon."
Xenon is a Java Implementation of the W3c standard XPath and the upcoming W3c standard XMLQuery. It uses a sax parser and has therfore a very good perfomance.
Xenon is a 1988 scrolling shooter computer game. It was developed and published by Bitmap Brothers.
The Xenon are a fictional race in the X computer game series developed by Egosoft. They are a robotic ships which seem to be slowly developing a sense of self awareness, consciousness and understanding although they still go by the policy, if it moves, shoot it. The Xenon are a plague on the X Universe, gaining a foothold where they can and attacking any ship which gets too close.
In cryptography, Xenon is a block cipher designed in 2000 by Chang-Hyi Lee for the Korean firm SoftForum.
Keywords:  handy, ascii, editor, scripts, editing
Xenon is a simple X-based text editor which is very handy for things like editing source code, system configuration files, scripts, and other ASCII text files.