GMD

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AcronymDefinition
GMDGambian Dalasi (ISO currency code)
GMDGround-based Midcourse Defense (US DoD)
GMDGlobal Missile Defense
GMDGround-Based Missile Defense
GMDGeneral Material Designation
GMDGeometric Mean Diameter
GMDGesellschaft für Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung mbH (Bonn, Germany; Society for Mathematics and Data Processing)
GMDGreen Mountain Daily (political blog)
GMDGolm Metabolome Database (biology database; Germany)
GMDGrupo Moçambicano da Dívida (Portuguese: Mozambican Debt Group; Mozambique)
GMDGuaranteed Message Delivery
GMDGo and Make Disciples
GMDGestational Diabetes Mellitus (disease)
GMDGand Mein Danda (song)
GMDGeometric Mean Distance
GMDGlobal Medical Directory (est. 2008)
GMDGeneralized Minimum Distance
GMDGolden Mean Design
GMDGeometrodynamics
GMDGeneral Militia District
GMDGeology and Mining Department
GMDGenetic Multiuser Detector
GMDGeneral Management Directive
GMDGeneral Medical Corporation (former stock symbol; now delisted)
GMDGround Meteorological Detector
GMDGuo Ming Dang (Chinese Nationalist Party, Taiwan)
GMDGuided Missile Division
GMDGrupo Mexico de Desarrollo (American Depository Receipts) (stock symbol)
GMDGovernment Maintenance Depot
GMDGearless Mill Drive (mining)
GMDGrid Market Directory
GMDGlobal Monitoring Division (US NOAA)
GMDGraphic Multimedia Design (various locations)
References in periodicals archive ?
This work is an attempt to add a physically descriptive interpretation to some phenomena of the micro-world using both topological images of Wheeler's geometrodynamic idea and further macro-world analogies.
The solution is based on Wheeler-De Witt equation for a Bianchi-I metric obtained by Krechet, Fil'chenkov, and Shikin [1], in the framework of quantum geometrodynamics.
For example, the superspace of geometrodynamics [13] has infinite degrees of freedom so that it is technically impossible to integrate the full infinite dimensional WDW equation.
Topological geometrodynamics, the website, http://www.