ASPRS

AcronymDefinition
ASPRSAmerican Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (and Geospatial Information Society)
ASPRSAmerican Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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ASPRS also sees a future demand for those with two-year degrees in geospatial technology as well as those with advanced degrees.
Gail Stone, executive secretary of the ASPRS, was unavailable for comment Wednesday.
En otras propuestas, como ASPRS (1990) las categorias no se definen por las exactitudes en si, sino por el error limite que cabe esperar para un conjunto de escalas (Tabla 7).
The ASPRS says men who are balding or have thinning hair may have a harder time hiding these incisions.
Due to healthier lifestyles, men and women age 50 and older are feeling good about themselves and want to maintain a youthful appearance," notes Paul Schnur, ASPRS president.
And upper and lower eyelid surgery will set you back nearly $3,000, according to the ASPRS.
If your surgeon thinks dermabrasion is appropriate for you, ask to see the ASPRS brochure on that
Women with breast implants have been followed for up to 25 years, and the type of cancer found in the study of rodents has never reported in this population," says ASPRS President George Reading of Rochester, N.
De acuerdo con los estudios efectuados por la American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, ASPRS, la fotogrametria es el arte, la ciencia y la tecnologia de obtener informacion fidedigna de objetos fisicos y su entorno mediante procedimientos de grabacion, medida e interpretacion de imagenes fotograficas; asi mismo (Caro, 2012) indica que la fotogrametria es una tecnica que permite hacer medidas 3D y obtener volumenes a partir de fotografias.
To assist applicants, ASPRS began offering certification workshops in conjunction with meetings.
ASPRS is a scientific association serving over 7,000 professional members around the world.
En algunos casos, como en el ASPRS o en GC (1996) estas categorias estan ya predeterminadas, pero tambien pueden considerarse para cualquier valor que cumpla unos criterios determinados (Francia 2003a, b).