MRTA


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MRTA

Abbreviation for:
mechanical response tissue analyser (see there)
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The used learning-based MRTA approach gives successful solutions to improve system performance unless a great change doesn't happen in environmental conditions.
Although the MRTA problem is formulated as an instance of the mTSP, the same objective function of the mTSP previously explained in (3) cannot be straightforwardly used as the objective function for the MRTA problem.
Khan, who is 75, said Wednesday night that Fitchburg Mayor Lisa Wong, who chairs the board that oversees the MRTA, notified him of the investigation Wednesday and automatically put him on a leave with pay until the investigation is conducted.
Since the proposed approach mainly aims to solve the task allocation problem of MRS in real-world applications, through the different phases of the development of the introduced approach, the central target was to introduce a generic approach that is capable of solving various MRTA problems of different features and challenges.
Polay, also the founder of the MRTA, said the group's power weakened rapidly after the end of the crisis.
(3) Regrettably, as a consequence of MRTA, some large planned communities found themselves without the legal authority to enforce their covenants, hire managers, provide lawn maintenance and security, and/or levy assessments to maintain and operate the common areas.
Prapat expressed concern that the Japanese public and government might also be disappointed that the private subway operator did not pick a Japanese firm, but stressed that the MRTA, as a public enterprise supervising the subway scheme, was not in a position to influence Bangkok Metro or the financiers to favor a Japanese firm.
Her new trail came amid allegations that the evidence resurrected and utilized by the military court included statements extracted under torture, secret videotapes of Berenson consulting with her attorney, materials Bereson claims were in all likelihood planted by the police and, says Bereson, "the self-serving claims of a Panamanian convicted on the same charges as Berenson that she, and not he, had collaborated with the MRTA."
All of the 14 MRTA guerrillas involved were reportedly killed during the operation, but witnesses later said at least three were executed after they surrendered.
Then he offered to serve as mediator after a group of MRTA guerrillas seized the Japanese ambassador's residence during an official reception in December 1996, taking more than 600 people hostage.
A Mechanical Response Tissue Analyzer (MRTA) will gauge the stiffness of the arm and leg bones.
US citizen Lori Berenson, who had been tried and found guilty of treason by a military court and given a life sentence as an alleged supporter of the MRTA terrorist group, is now being retried in a civilian court, reportedly on new evidence.