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SMART

Abbreviation for:
Second Manifestations of Arterial disease
Self-Measurement for Assessment of the Response to Trandolapril
Sensory Modality Assessment and Rehabilitation Technique
Serum Markers Acute myocardial infarction and Rapid Treatment
Simultaneous Multiple-Angle Reconstruction Technique
Simultaneous Multislice Acquisition using Rosette Trajectories
Somatic Mutation And Recombination Tests
specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, times (objectives)
Supportive Medical Aid Responding (to individual needs) Team

SMART

Any of a number of trials: Cardiology
1. Second Manifestations of Arterial Disease.
2. Serum Markers Acute Myocardial Infarction and Rapid Treatment.
3. Study of Microstent's Ability to Limit Restenosis Trial.
4. Study of Medicine versus Angioplasty Reperfusion Trial Immunology Study of Monoclonal Antibody Radioimmunotherapy.
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To alleviate problems related to displaying information in large format, develop technology that dynamically connects smart devices and the display hardware installed in the space, and validate whether the technology leads to efficient sharing of ideas between people and lively discussions when used in brainstorming workshops with multiple participants.
The research shows that 80% of British consumers are concerned about the idea of their personal information collected by smart devices and 73% believe they should own the personal data collected by using their smart devices, raising even more questions about consumer privacy concerns in the big data era.
Caption: Offering the latest in smart device deals, Standard Bank's Head of Personal and Business Banking, Baronice Hans and Manager of Internet Banking, Rivan Meyer show the Asus laptop and Google Nexus Tablet.
The enormous number of healthcare related applications available, coupled with the need for integration to healthcare systems, is driving the extraordinary growth of smart devices in healthcare.
When asked how concerned they were about specific privacy and security issues that smart devices connected to the internet can lead to, consumers showed strong concerns over the use and control of their personal data with the highest concern being personal information collected and used in ways they were unaware (87%) followed by identity theft (86%), the concern that their device would be infected by malware (86%) and concern that their location might be revealed without their knowledge (78%).
Together with a mechanism that performs authentication and session management for each user, the technology then converts the data in real time to Remote Virtual Environment Computing (RVEC) protocol(2) which enables efficient transmission of screen data, then sends it to the user's smart device.
According to Gartner, 821 million smart devices (smartphones and tablets) will be purchased worldwide in 2012, accounting for 70 percent of total devices sold.
The addressable market for connected and smart devices.
There are over a billion smart devices in use, and most users check their device(s) 120-180 times a day.
Intel Smart Device Innovation Center in Shenzhen will accelerate the delivery of Intel technology-based devices to the China market and beyond.
Existing field-support technologies require the operator to manipulate a smart device to get information.
For example, a smart device user could transit from an enterprise network, into a vehicle and onto a highway, and then into her home or hotel hotspot, without interruption of her application sessions while maintaining the same multi-layer secure VPN connection to the enterprise gateway.