CAIV


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AcronymDefinition
CAIVCost As An Independent Variable
CAIVCold Adapted Influenza Vaccine
CAIVConfederacion de Asociaciones Israelitas de Venezuela (Spanish: Confederation of Jewish Associations of Venezuela; Venezuela)
CAIVContent-based Access of Image and Video (IEEE workshop)
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In May 2011, CAIV and U.S.-based Jewish organizations denounced a state-owned radio station that featured a reading of selections from the anti-Semitic tract known as the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion," with the radio host suggesting that listeners read it.
Eil es fundador y presidente de Madre Maria Luisa Casar (www.madreluisa.org) un miembro de la comunidad judia venezolana (CAIV) y del director de DDHH de B'nai B'rith Venezuela.
(4.) In an acquisition program using CAIV, goals are set for procurement or total ownership of the system (or both).
Vinzent opens with a brief chapter on the history of research on CAIV in its three phases: the first to the mid-nineteenth century, when the work was still accepted as by Athanasius and directed against Arians, Sabellius, and Paul of Samosata; the second covering the second half of the nineteenth century, when the primary target was identified not as the Arians but as Marcellus and his pupil Photinus (Newman's suggestion); and the third to the present, classifying the work as Pseudo-Athanasian and seeking to identify its author.
Each technical effort of the JSF program (guided by the CAIV philosophy) trades off all design requirements to ensure an aircraft which provides maximum lethality for the warfighters, a concept that can survive the enemy orders-of-battle predicted for the 21st century, and a total system whose inherent reliability and maintainability will make deployment, employment and sustainment easily supportable.
While interactive videodisc courseware comes in various levels (I, II or III--after the Nebraska typology), we at Cuyahoga Community College were especially attracted to Level III, the computer-assisted interactive videodisc (CAIV) application of the technology.
Keywords; Life Cycle Cost Management (LCCM), Cost Containment, Cost as an Independent Variable (CAIV), Performance Based Logistics (PBL.), Cost Analysis Requirements Description (CARD), Earned Value Management (EVM), Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
Such efforts are, in effect, an early application of the principles of a cost as an independent variable (CAIV) analysis, which can help determine whether user requirements and specifications are well-founded and also lead to the relaxation or elimination of requirements/specifications.
The cold-adapted influenza virus (CAIV), which is in advanced clinical trials, is the first mucosal vaccine given nasally to humans and has been shown to generate protective immune responses (41).
This can be applied consistently with a CAIV (Cost as an Independent Variable) approach in which the government fixes a threshold for schedule, performance, and risk variables, and offers financial incentives based on the short-term and long-term expected costs.
The Blue and Gold Teams had the flexibility to trade costs within established goals and thresholds through the use of the cost as an independent variable (CAIV) process.