AID

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AcronymDefinition
AIDAssociation for India's Development
AIDAgency for International Development
AIDArkansas Insurance Department (Little Rock, AR)
AIDAmericans for Informed Democracy
AIDAgricultural and Industrial Development
AIDAmerica in Defense (martial arts)
AIDAcquired Immune Deficiency
AIDArchitecture in Development (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
AIDAuto-Immune Disease
AIDAnimals in Distress (various locations)
AIDAssociazione Italiana Dislessia (Italian: Italian Dyslexia Association)
AIDAlmost Ideal Demand (economic model)
AIDAccess Identifier (SONET)
AIDAlgemene Inspectiedienst (Dutch Governmental Agricultural Intelligence Service)
AIDApplication Identifier
AIDAddress Identifier (Telabs)
AIDAdvertiser Identifier
AIDAutomatic Initiate Descriptor
AIDAdvanced Interactive Debugger
AIDAttention Identifier
AIDAdvanced Input Devices
AIDAdvanced Internet Development
AIDAbsolute Iron Deficiency
AIDArchitectural and Interior Design
AIDAlmyta Inventory Distributor (software)
AIDAssociation Internationale de Développement (French: International Development Association)
AIDAlternative for India Development (Indian development organisation)
AIDAutomatic Incident Detection
AIDAusländer in Deutschland (newspaper)
AIDAnnual Information Document (finance)
AIDArnold Irrigation District (Oregon)
AIDArtificial Insemination Donor
AIDAutomatic Interaction Detector
AIDAmerican Institute of Decorators
AIDAccident Investigation Division (US and Hong Kong)
AIDAudio Intelligence Device
AIDAllergic Inhalant Dermatitis (aka Atopy)
AIDAutomatic in Decomposition (US DoD)
AIDAdvanced Image Direct (Fullerton, CA)
AIDAutomatic Implantable Defibrillator
AIDAudit Information System
AIDArmy Information Digest
AIDArbo Inspectie Dienst (Dutch: Health Inspection Service)
AIDAUTODIN Interface Device
AIDArmy Intelligence Department
AIDArmy Industrial Fund
AIDAuxiliary Input Device (Compaq)
AIDAltered Item Drawing
AIDAll Interactive Distribution (Australia)
AIDApplet Identifier (ISO7816-5)
AIDAcquisition Item Description
AIDAnimal Industries Division
AIDAppendix Irish Draught (horse breed)
AIDAnalog Input Differential
AIDAcquire, Identify, Determine, Shoot (US Air Force)
AIDAir Inlet Damper
AIDAssociation pour l'Innovation Didactique (French: Association for Educational Innovation)
AIDAssess, Improve, Decide
AIDArbitron Information on Demand
AIDAccident, Incident, Deficiency
AIDAttention Interrupt Device
AIDAdvertising Investigation Department
AIDAeronautical Information Distribution
AIDArtificial Intelligence Diagnostics
AIDAircraft Interface Device
AIDAvionics Integrated Development
AIDAerospace Information Division
AIDAccident Identification Display
AIDAmerican Institute of Development
AIDAlphanumeric Information Display
AIDAction Item Disposition
AIDADA Information Description
AIDAuthoring Instructional Materials Program
AIDAircraft Identification/Identifier
AIDAgenzia Internazionale Due
AIDASARS Interface Device
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Other contributing partners include: CANARIE, Canada's advanced Internet development organisation, Communications Research Centre Canada (CRC), the i2CAT Foundation, the advanced networking organisation of Catalonia, Spain, and Inocybe Canada.
Marc, who previously developed telecom technologies for the Canadian Hearing Society, has lectured on the impact technology can have on people with disabilities, and received an IWAY award for Adaptive Technologies from the Canadian Advanced Internet Development Organization, recently joined the family business.
A group of research universities formed a non-profit group, the University Corporation for the Advanced Internet Development. Their project was developing Internet 2.
The demonstration featured the SGI Visual Serving environment based on SGI OpenGL Vizserver and was conducted June through August 2001 using CANARIE, Inc.'s (Canada's advanced Internet development organization) high-bandwidth network, CA*net3, which stretches across Canada.
By 1997, the member-universities, which had tripled in number, joined with business sponsors to form the University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development (UCAID).(11) In April 1998, UCAID launched the Abilene Project to create one of two high-speed backbones for I2--the other being the existing, very high-performance Backbone Network Service (vBNS) of NSF in cooperation with MCI WorldCom.(12) In February 1999, the completed Abilene Project was formally dedicated; the I2 membership, by then expanded to 156 universities, was connected via either the vBNS backbone or the Abilene backbone, and I2 was officially launched.
The University of Michigan (U-M) has announced that it will participate with 10 other universities in an Early Adopters Program (http://www.internet2.edu/middleware) sponsored by the University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development (UCAID) with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Researchers are developing new ways to send high-definition television signals over the Internet, as well as how to digitize smell, taste, even touch, according to Greg Wood of the non-profit University Corporation of Advanced Internet Development.
* The University Corporation For Advanced Internet Development (UCAID, http://www.ucaid.edu) is billed as the "official site of the project to develop advanced applications and networking capabilities to meet academia's research and education mission in the 21st century." Internet2 can be reached at http://www.internet2.edu and is one of the best general resources on the project.
The NGI project, or Internet2 as it is also known, is the high-speed network being built to link US universities through a non-profit company called University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development (UCAID).
The federal government also contributed $3.4 million through Canada's Advanced Internet Development Organization, which operates [CA.sup.*] net4.
research universities have established the University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development (UCAID) in the continuing development of the Internet2 project, according to an announcement from the new organization.
The organization, which now has 115 members (including every major research university the country) and which partners with private industry and government agencies, announced in Washington, DC, the formation of the University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development (UCAID).
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