COE


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COE

Abbreviation for:
care of the elderly (Medspeak-UK)
centre of excellence (Medspeak-UK)
Council on Occupational Education
crossover effect
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The mission of the C2 COE is to support NATO, other nations, and other international institutions by providing subject matter expertise on all aspects of the command and control process with a focus on the operational environment.
An interesting feature of note for researchers studying the inter-island cargo flows of the State of Hawai'i is the lack of availability of COE data on inter-island cargo flow.
Stanford's own COE was established under the guidance of Mendoza and Ronald Garcia, MD, assistant dean for minority affairs and director of the COE, in 1993.
COE codecs are installed in major transport, urban and industrial sites worldwide handling up to 7,000 cameras.
With David at the helm, the COE will enhance the ways in which we design, build and sell our products, ultimately driving Lenovo to greater operational excellence and customer satisfaction.
Peak, Contango's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, "Our additional ownership in our REX and COE subsidiaries significantly increases our interests in their existing and future offshore Gulf of Mexico prospects.
Following on from the announcement of their joint global marketing agreement, in April 2003, and to further enhance the ability to help our postal clients, IBM has announced the launch of the COE for Postal Counter Automation.
COE is a professional organization uniting and supporting the users of Dassault Systemes' software solutions including CATIA, ENOVIA, DELMIA, and SMARTEAM.
Stellenbosch University was awarded the opportunity to host the DST-NRF CoE in Scientometrics and STI Policy, bringing to four the number of CoEs hosted by the university.
CoEs will, in all likelihood, help to select business applications that will optimize reporting and analysis functions.
When the Coes had entered the country in 1947 they were advised to keep Winifred's (and their son David's) British citizenship intact.
Infosys' CoEs act as virtual extensions of a company's engineering team--providing concept design, detailing and analysis services.