embedding agents

em·bed·ding a·gents

materials (for example, celloidin, paraffin) in which specimens of tissue are set before being cut into sections for microscopic examination.
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The report, which covers a one-year period starting February 2015, found that the reclusive regime has been successfully evading sanctions and has continued to obtain prohibited items through embedding agents in foreign companies and using diplomatic personnel and trusted foreign nations.
Chapters are devoted to technical issues--such topics as fuzzy adaptive embedding agents, physical browsing, distributed workgroups, grids, peer-to-peer networks, routing protocols, human-machine interfaces, security--as well as issues of context and application in business (meetings), education (e.g.
Therefore, vendors are currently working on embedding agents into new products natively, enabling discovery of the devices directly through the embedded agents.