SPN

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AcronymDefinition
SPNSpecifications (TMINS)
SPNSupernatural (TV show)
SPNService Provider Network (Los Angeles, CA HIV prevention and care)
SPnStreptococcus Pneumoniae
SPNSociety of Pediatric Nurses
SPNStochastic Petri Net
SPNSocial Psychology Network
SPNSmart Protection Network
SPNSymantec Protection Network
SPNSubstitution-Permutation Network
SPNSindicato dos Professores do Norte (Northern Teachers' Union; Portugal)
SPNSialophorin
SPNService Provider Name
SPNSpecific Procurement Notice
SPNShortest Process Next (scheduling algorithm)
SPNService Principle Name
SPNStimulus Preceding Negativity (psychology)
SPNSurat Perbendaharaan Negara (Indonesia - Treasury Bills)
SPNSuccessful Practices Network
SPNSatellite Program Network
SPNService du Patrimoine Naturel (French: Natural Heritage Service; National Museum of Natural History; Paris, France)
SPNSecure Private Network
SPNShared Processing Network
SPNSuspect Parameter Number
SPNStudent Practical Nurse
SPNSignal-Plus-Noise
SPNShipment Performance Notice
SPNStandard Precision Navigator
SPNSouth Pacific Division-San Francisco District (USACE)
SPNStrategic Partnership Network (finance)
SPNShift-Pulse Network
SPNStretch Performance Network (oil and gas industry)
SPNServicios Postales Nacionales SA (Spanish, Colombia)
SPNSoftware Project Notebook
SPNSignal Processor/Processing Network
SPNSafe Petri Net
SPNSequential Phase Number
SPNSimplest Possible Number
SPNShipboard Radar Navigation
SPNSponsor Program Number
SPNStart Production Notice / Stop Production Notice
SPNSimple Purchasing Network
SPNSpare Part Number (electronics)
SPNSaipan, Northern Mariana Islands - Saipan International Northern Mariana Isles (Airport Code)
SPNSwitch Panel Network
SPNSubliminal Psychic Network (band)
SPNSolitary Pulmonary Nodule
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As part of the LAUS redesign, the signal-plus-noise univariate models of the unemployment rate and the employment-population ratio were replaced with new, improved models that are also signal-plus-noise models; however, the signal this time is a bivariate model of the unemployment or employment levels.
Using univariate signal-plus-noise models, BLS analysts develop model-based estimates for the nine Census divisions of the United States.
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