CKM


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AcronymDefinition
CKMCommunications and Knowledge Management (various organizations)
CKMCollaboration and Knowledge Management (software environment)
CKMCryptographic Key Management (computer security)
CKMCommando Krav Maga (martial arts)
CKMCentralized Key Management
CKMCar Key Memory
CKMCabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (quark mixing matrix)
CKMCertified Knowledge Manager (trademark of Hudson Associates Consulting, Inc.; under license to eKnowledgeCenter)
CKMCustomer Knowledge Management
CKMCreatine Kinase, Muscle (genetics)
CKMCaddebostan Kültür Merkezi (Istanbul, Turkey)
CKMCanoe Kayak Magazine (France)
CKMCOMSEC Key Manager
CKMCzestochowski Klub Motocyklowy (Polish: Speedway Team of Czestochowa, Poland)
CKMCentre de Karaté de Meaux (French martial arts school)
CKMCareer Killing Move (slang for a bad job/political action)
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By 2040, NGCP plans to increase its total transmission line length to 35,312 ckm and its total substation capacity to 88,036 MVA to meet the projected system peak demand of 49,844 MW nationwide.
As of March this year, the NGCP has a total transmission line length of 20,848.54 ckm and a total substation capacity of 34,177 MVA, spread across Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao.
The chance to work with and promote athletics at my high school alma mater is a dream situation," said Dickenson, who pitched for CKM baseball squads in the mid-1990 that featured future and now former pros Nick Johnson and Steve Holm.
Henceforth, the objective of this paper is to propose a CKM (Customer Knowledge Management) model in order to assess its contribution to the relationship management of students at one of the largest higher education private groups of the world.
With this acquisition, ATL's total network will be around 11,350 Ckm, of which approximately 9,000 Ckm are under operation.
New Delhi [India], Dec 26 ( ANI ): Ahead of India's South Africa tour, Team India's support staff has undergone a change to bring video analyst CKM Dhananjai back to the team to replace Ashish Tulli.
Conservative kidney management (CKM) is seen to be a legitimate alternative care pathway for those patients who are not suitable candidates for transplantation or who will not realize the benefits of dialysis.
The amount of organic fertilizers (24.19 g of CKM [kg.sup.-1] or 54.83 g of OCP [kg.sup.-1]) was mixed to the soil to provide the recommended nitrogen doses (300 mg N [kg.sup.-1]; Novais et al., 1991) also considering 50% availability during the cropping season (CFSEMG, 1999).
"The kitchen now reflects the recommendations of CKM over the years, with particular attention to the MKN - German manufacturer of commercial catering equipment.
"The computerised layouts would not have been possible without the help of CKM and the attention to detail in regard to the Peppers layout is a testament to CKM's design team," Mr Bradley said.
Gibbert, Leibold, and Probst (2002) described customer knowledge management (CKM) as the management of knowledge from customers, empowering customers as knowledge partners.
Therefore, following up the success I had deriving the neutrino PMNS matrix, the CKM mixing matrix should be derivable by using the same geometrical method, i.e., based upon the quaternion generators of the four groups of specific discrete rotational symmetries.