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SIS

Abbreviation for:
selective identification system
Senior Intelligence Service
signal intelligence service
software-intensive system
special information system
special intelligence support
special intelligence system
statistical information system 
strategic intelligence system
supplier information system
Surgical Information Systems
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Both Clever and LeamSprout, however, stress that their software takes only about five minutes to set up initially; after that, data flows freely between the SIS and all authorized programs.
An independent samples t test was employed to determine whether or not significant differences in mean SISS scores existed between the group of 54 supervisors and the group of 54 supervisees.
The novel does not indicate whether a mark of some sort has vanished, or whether it is there, or whether Siss is unable or unwilling to see it.
When a = b, the KISS model reduces to the SISS model with the symmetrical structure of the two phases at point C.
On the other side we show that, using known results from the theory of SISs, it is possible to determine families of subspaces on which the conditions for stability and injectivity are necessary and sufficient.
Interestingly, only 33 of the 83 incidents involved purposeful penetration of an institution's SIS by computer hackers.
In 1951, when SISS took testimony in closed hearings from Leon Keyserling, the committee members questioned him closely about his wife's affiliations.
Another significant addition to SISs, one that retail companies like banks and catalog companies have focused on in recent years, is data warehousing and data mining.
The present beautifully printed edition, however, follows the more widely known SISS text, at places corrected in light of the Caminat'aiyar Library publication.
American eighth-graders in 1996 placed about where they did in the early 1980s in the Second International Math and Science Studies (SIMS and SISS respectively), with national means in math and science locating us within the second tier of the more than two dozen countries that took part in those earlier assessments.
The IPR's - and, more notably, Johns Hopkins University professor Owen Lattimore's - "subversive" influence in shaping the Roosevelt and Truman Administrations' China policy, SISS concluded, had brought about the "loss" of China and the "betrayal" of the Chinese Nationalist government.
Future historians may well confirm the present-day consensus that the investigations conducted in 1975-76 by the Pike and Church committees are more honourable episodes in American history than the FILJAC and SISS hearings.