AMI

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AMI or Ami or AmI may refer to:

Organizations[edit]

Science, information technology and mathematics[edit]

  • Advanced Metering Infrastructure, electrical meters that measure more than simple consumption and an associated communication network to report the measurements
  • Alternate Mark Inversion, a method of encoding data to be transmitted in computing and telecommunications
  • Arcminute Microkelvin Imager, a radio telescope at the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory near Cambridge, England
  • Ami (camera), a viewfinder camera made of plastic during the communist era in Poland
  • Average Mutual Information, the quantity that measures of the dependence of two variables, used in probability theory and information theory
  • Amazon Machine Image, a virtual appliance for use with the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
  • AmI, or Ambient Intelligence (AmI), the notion of pervasive computing and networking technology

Medicine and psychology[edit]

People[edit]

  • Ami (given name), a given name for both sexes (including a list of people with that name)
  • Ami people, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan

Other uses[edit]

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