RQA

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RQAResearch Quality Association (UK)
RQARecurrence Quantification Analysis (nonlinear data analysis)
RQAReturn of Qualified Afghans (International Organization for Migration; EU)
RQARegister of Qualified Aromatherapists (UK)
RQAResearch Quality Assurance
RQARaising Quality and Achievement (academic achievement scheme; UK)
RQARisk and Quantitative Analysis
RQARepetitive Query Attempt (Unreal game engine security exploit)
RQARemote Query Accelerator (Data Management Technologies)
RQARegional/Field Detachment Quality Assurance Division
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AE signal amplitude varies with the acoustic impedance, related to local rock stress conditions and particularly sensitive to fracture density and water content; therefore, the application of a method such as Recurrence Quantification Analysis (RQA) [4-6] to the AE time series is particularly suited; in fact, RQA is focused on pinpointing peculiar recurrence pattern without taking into account the amplitude.
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