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Wech·sler

(weks'lĕr),
David, U.S. psychologist, 1896-1981. See: Wechsler intelligence scales, Wechsler-Bellevue scale.
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GNF is committed to the BWR market worldwide and we are pleased to continue to provide customers in Europe with state-of-the-art fuel technology and services by extending the GENUSA joint venture, said Amir Vexler, CEO of GNF and president of the GENUSA Board of Directors.
Kimberly has appeared with the San Antonio Mastersingers, the San Antonio Opera, the San Antonio Choral Society, Steven Stoli's Playhouse, and the Sheldon Vexler Experimental Theatre.
VEXLER, Optimal control of the convection-diffusion equation using stabilized finite element methods, Numer.
Vexler, "A priori error estimates for elliptic optimal control problems with a bilinear state equation," Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, vol.
Our test statistic [ELR.sub.Z] = [max.sub.k[member of]G][(-2LLR).sub.k] is a CUSUM-type statistic as classified by Vexler and Wu [20].
Parent JM, Vexler ZS, Gong C, Derugin N, Ferriero DM.
Idel Vexler, the new education minister, while having years of experience as the vice minister of pedagogical management under three presidents, is known for his opposition to educational reform and the inclusion of the expression "gender identity" in the national curriculum, positions that coincide with those of Fujimorism.
Vexler, "A priori error estimates for the finite element discretization of elliptic parameter identification problems with pointwise measurements," SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, vol.
Vexler, "Optimal control of the convection-diffusion equation using stabilized finite element methods," Numerische Mathematik, vol.
SLA as a service provider and customer signed a formal contract, its fundamental purpose is to let the two sides in front of the service to reach a clear shared vision, establish the formal contract mechanism at the same time limit the default behavior to encourage the parties to reach or exceed the predetermined goals (Veletsianos, 2013; Vexler, 2014).