CANDE


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CANDECulvert Analysis and Design (Open Source Design Software for Buried Structures)
CANDECommand And Edit (Unisys)
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CandE has also expanded to e-learning and online library resources for libraries.
She added: "One wonders at the quiet, remote Chateau Cande and how it must have been a far cry from a packed Westminster Abbey, with members of the Royal Family, heads of state and dignitaries from around the world in attendance.
De Cande will focus on further developing the bank's Canadian business and helping it to deliver a range of global capabilities to institutional investors across the country.
Magnetic anomalies of the deep seafloor generated by the spreading at the ridge were modeled after Vine & Matthews (1963) and corrected and interpreted according to the scale of magnetic polarity of Cande & Kent (1992, 1995).
Cande Olson, a top life actuary with the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) said that the AAA supports adoption of the manual with an ongoing review and improvement of its methodology.
She arrived at the Chateau de Cande with mountains of flowers, filling the house, and indeed going over the top for what proved to be quite a low key ceremony.
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Junta Editorial: Cande Gomez, Amarilis Carrero, Evelyn Perez y Edwin Rios
The Cognitive Algorithm & Network Design Experiment (CANDE) was designed to enable easier network maintenance, reduce human decision-making requirements, increase network lifetime, transfer data with less delay, and reduce energy consumption.
But Scripps scientists Steve Cande and Dave Stegman have now demonstrated that plumes of magma rising from the Earth's deep interior also play a role in the plates' movements.
The study by Scripps scientists Steve Cande and Dave Stegman beings fresh insight into long-standing debates about how powerful geological forces shape the planet, from earthquake ruptures to mountain formations.