MDL is a historical programming language created in 1992. MDL may mean: Mazagon Dock Limited, an Indian shipyard MDL (programming language), MIT Design Language derived from the LISP language Method Detection limit, in analytical chemistry, the lowest quantity of a substance that can be distinguished from the absence of that substance MDL Information Systems, a scientific information management company originally known as "Molecular Design Limited" Military Demarcation Line, a truce border line between North and South Korea Minimum description length, a principle for inductive inference in information theory Fayyad & Irani's MDL method, a discretization method Michelle Dewberry Ltd, a British company founded by The Apprentice winner Michelle Dewberry Moldovan leu, the currency of Moldova Multidistrict Litigation, an American legal procedure for pre-trial consolidation of complex litigation Museum of Dartmoor Life, Oakhampton, Devon, England Roman numeral for 1550 The filename extension (.mdl) for a Simulink model file Measurement Devices Ltd., a laser measurement company, now owned by Renishaw plc IATA airport code for Mandalay International Airport. Read more on Wikipedia...
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