APSO


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AcronymDefinition
APSOAgency for Personal Service Overseas
APSOAssociation of Personnel Service Organisations (est. 1977; South Africa)
APSOAsylum Pre-Screening Officer (US DHS)
APSOAppalachian People's Service Organization
APSOAudio Precision System One (audio signal measurement device)
APSOAdaptive Particle Swarm Optimization
APSOAntwerpse Post Sport Olympia (Dutch: Antwerp Olympic Sport Post; sports blog; Belgium)
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Ali Ibrahim on the new APSO technology for combating fraud and counterfeiting.
APSO algorithm can be divided into six steps and represented as following
From the aforementioned algorithm of APSO and the updating rules, it can be seen that APSO is very simple in concept and easy in realization.
About 100 APSO volunteers will work on this project.
APSO was founded in 1990 and today has more than 3,500 members in 10 chapters throughout Alabama.
7 per cent, trouble in recruiting experienced staff and the availability of skilled local workers increasing, the number of direct APSO placements has fallen from 620 in 1998 to 461 in 1999.
Announcing the decision to axe the two-year long stays, APSO chief executive Paul Beggan said: "The needs of the developing world have been changing in recent years and we are trying to respond to that.
She was to start a six-month stint with APSO, helping to run AIDS education and prevention programmes in Uganda.
A spokesman for APSO in Dublin said last night she was an "extraordinary person" who had dedicated her life to help poorer nations.
They are both lhasa apsos and live with Natalie and Billy in the centre of Glasgow.
Lhasa Apsos were originally bred as compansions for Tibetan monks, who believed they were reincarnated lions.
From a good breeder in Falkirk called Miss McKenzie, who has bred Lhasa Apsos and Spaniels for a long time.