Ie


Ie

Ie, ie or IE may refer to:
*i.e., abbreviation for Latin "id est", meaning "that is; in other words"

Computing

*Information Engineering
*Internet Explorer, the web browser by Microsoft
*IntelliMouse Explorer, a line of computer mice designed by Microsoft
*Infinity Engine, the game engine behind Baldur's Gate among others
*.ie Irish top level CCtld

Transport

*Iarnród Éireann, or Irish Rail
*Solomon Airlines, IATA airline designator

Arts/entertainment

*Iced Earth, a power metal band from the United States
*Improv Everywhere, a comedy group

Places

*Inland Empire (California), in the United States
*Ie, Okinawa, in Japan
*Ie, the West Frisian name of the Dutch village of Ee, Dongeradeel.

cience and engineering

*Industrial Ecology, the study of sustainable industrial systems.
*Industrial engineering, the engineering discipline that concerns the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, knowledge, equipment, energy, material and process
*Information Element, a networks abbreviation
*Information engineering, an approach to designing and developing information systems
*Information extraction, a type of information retrieval whose goal is to automatically extract structured or semistructured information from unstructured machine-readable documents
*Institute for Energy of the European Union
*Ionization energy, the energy required to strip an atom or molecule of an electron; see Ionization potential.

Language and culture

*The ie (digraph)
*International English, the concept of the English language as a global means of communication
*Indo-European (disambiguation), as in:
**Indo-European languages
**Indo-European people
**Indo-European studies
*Ie (Japanese family system), the classical Japanese family system
*Ie (trading houses), Japanese cottage industry
*-ie, an English diminutive suffix
*.ie in ISO standards:
**Interlingue, originally the Occidental language (ISO 639-1)
**Republic of Ireland (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2)
*A spelling guideline of the English language: "i before e except after c"


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