major concepts

major concepts

An informatics term referring to broad subject areas covered by a source document.
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Iris is also designed to enable 4D trajectories, pinpointing an aircraft in four dimensions: latitude, longitude, altitude and time, which is one of the major concepts defined in the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) modernisation programme.
Iris is also designed to enable Aae4D' trajectories, pinpointing an aircraft in four dimensions: latitude, longitude, altitude and time, which is one of the major concepts defined in the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) modernisation programme.
It includes a set of chapters examining and reviewing the major concepts within workplace information, from over-arching themes of information cultures and ecologies, to strategic concerns of information management and governance, and to detailed accounts of questions and current debates.
Each section begins with a matrix that lists the major concepts each probe addresses and grade levels they can be used with, as well as related performance expectations from the Next Generation Science Standards by grade level.
Campesato's C Programming Pocket Primer (9781683923886, $39.95) joins others in the Pocket Primer series to review the major concepts in C language programming.
The technical training covers two major concepts of oil and gas project development: Greenfield and Brownfield," the statement notes.
There are three major concepts that aid event planners in preparing for highly successful events, as follows:
Not all [principles] translate here, but the major concepts do: what individuals are about and what drives them, and allowing them to grow and use something that they're passionate about as a way to move them.
The books feature short chapters, each covering major concepts. Most of the photographs feature expressive shots of people, giving the book a friendly, approachable feel.
Simmons proposes in this book that two major concepts out of contemporary quantum physics, namely, entanglement or relational holism and superposition or complementarity, could well serve as guiding metaphors for understanding a "perichoretic" relation between God and the world.
The essays are divided into four major sections: "Introduction," "Major Concepts," "Reviewing Cape Town," and "Critical Reflections and Discussions." Though the subject is familiar territory, when I opened the text at random, I repeatedly found myself drawn into interesting facts and anecdotes, as well as personal reflections.
Microsoft Powerpoint 2013 Pocket Primer joins others in the new Pocket Primer series to review the major concepts of using Microsoft PowerPoint 2014, and uses a blend of written instruction supported by tutorial videos to achieve its goals.

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