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ERP

Abbreviation for early receptor potential.

ERP

endocardial resection procedure.

event-related potential (ERP)

Etymology: L, evenire, to happen, relatus, carry back, potentia, power
a type of brain wave that is associated with a response to a specific stimulus, such as a particular wave pattern observed when a patient hears a clicking sound. See also evoked potential.

ELK3

A gene on chromosome 12q23 that encodes a member of the ETS family of transcription factors and ternary complex factor (TCF) subfamily, which form a complex by binding to the serum response factor and serum response element in the c-fos proto-oncogene promoter. ELK3 is activated by signal-induced phosphorylation; it appears to inhibit transcription in absence of Ras, but activates it when Ras is present.
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Thus, another characteristic of an enterprise framework is that it is Web- and e-business-ready.
Life-cycle costs are also reduced due to the emphasis on standards, which are exploited in an enterprise framework development environment.
A new breed of systems we refer to as object-oriented enterprise frameworks (OOEFs) has emerged to address these requirements.
However, these and most of the current generation of enterprise frameworks do not satisfy the requirements for an OOEF.
Therefore, mature runtime functionality is the first of our criteria for enterprise frameworks.
Nevertheless, some immature frameworks may yield a superior architecture and better support for the other characteristics of enterprise frameworks.
Enterprise Frameworks address such broad application domains as telecommunications, avionics, financial services, and manufacturing.
Enterprise frameworks contribute to improvements in planning and budgeting because framework projects must be planned out in exhaustive detail before selection and deployment occur.
Enterprise frameworks are well suited for this form of analysis.
Enterprise frameworks are only compelling if they leverage technology in a better way than other approaches.
Enterprise frameworks benefit the organization through a well-defined strategy for system upgrades and enhancements.
Management must plan well for developing or buying enterprise frameworks.

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