SPLICE


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SPLICESignal Processing Language and Interactive Computing Environment (symbolic manipulation)
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With separate processes and resource management for Hadoop and Spark, the Splice Machine RDBMS can ensure that large, complex OLAP queries do not overwhelm time-sensitive OLTP queries.
The cold splice crimp barrel design is similar to that of the conventional style.
Primer TE 1/2 was designed to amplify both TERT [alpha]+ splice variants ([alpha]+[beta]+, [alpha]+[beta]-), and TER3 was designed to amplify both [alpha]- splice variants ([alpha]-[beta]+, [alpha]-[beta]-).
The new analysis, slated for an upcoming Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, can yield precise predictions about how different types of splices behave, Leech says.
Belts made of thermoset materials--including rubber, neoprene, Buna-N and some urethanes, which don't flow under heat--usually are made endless with a "step splice," in which both belt ends are cut into steps at complementary angles, typically diagonal to the belt length, which overlay each other when the belt ends are drawn together.
Glued splice joints are possible means of transferring forces from one structural member to another, and are widely used in the aerospace industry.
The transcript level includes information regarding splice variants, aligned ESTs and mRNAs.
Students then splice it and put it back into organism or cells, and that's what the students are doing this week in the lab.
We are proud to be selected for the Wells Fargo's Accelerator Program," said Monte Zweben, co-founder and CEO, Splice Machine.
Fujikura's expert team of engineers can help fabricate and develop optical parts which may call for a critical splice, helping to fast-track customers' products and brands to market.
Featuring a 2 mil clear polyester film carrier coated with a high-tack adhesive on one side, and a lower-tack adhesive on the other side, ARclad 92719 is well-suited for bonding films such as polyethylene, polypropylene and polyester in core starts and flying splice applications.
As the molecular mechanisms responsible for splice site choice remain poorly understood, the researchers decided to study how some potential splice sites are "silenced," preventing them from forming splices while causing other, weaker splice sites to make splices instead.