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utilisation

The use or amount of usage (per unit population) of healthcare or other services; the pattern of use of a service or type of service in a specified time, usually expressed in rate per unit of population-at-risk for a given period—e.g., number of hospital admissions/year/1,000 persons enrolled in an HMO.
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Offset controlling utilizes the digital speed encoders with some 2,500 to 5,000 pulses per revolution.
Xiran's iSCSI target storage adapters utilize Xiran's patented DirectPath Engine (DPE) to efficiently move data from the network to the storage subsystem.
Provide a peer buddy and utilize the services of the speech-language pathologist to reinforce concepts.
From a global perspective, industry and defense establishments are rapidly converting to digital products, the FMS customer who continues to utilize paper/aperture card data will find themselves isolated in an increasing costly environment.
Druker is a leadership professor and associate dean at USM's Lewiston-Auburn College who utilizes service learning to increase community awareness and involvement.
A continuous rotary plow cooler utilizes numerous plows rotating at high speeds to aerate the sand and rapidly mix the cooling water with it.
Forza Silicon designs custom CMOS image sensors, which comprises Tower's Advanced Photo Diode (APD) pixel IP, and utilizes its Fab2, 0.
As the Linux operating system continues to thrive and create low cost options for data intensive applications, users will be motivated to utilize tape backup in a similar manner.
Cassidy added that choosing to utilize IPPF and join the PASS(TM) (Payments as a Secure Service) Consortium demonstrates ICC's commitment to an open payments network designed to improve the cash flow for its customers.
5 inch (diagonal) display has 960 x 234 pixels and utilizes a new memory-based active matrix thin film technology (AMTFT) with each pixel phosphor activated by electrons emitted by a proprietary carbon nanotube network located approximately 10 microns (1/10th of a human hair) from the pixels.
Working with the Genesys Conferencing team to develop the Speed Meeting principles made perfect sense given my commitment to helping organizations utilize the necessary tools and skills to build and develop the very best in quality, teamwork and business practices," said Santo.
KERI, based in Changwon, South Korea, will utilize 22,000 meters of 1G wire to begin a 10-year project focused on developing superconductor magnetic energy storage (SMES) systems.