CLIR

AcronymDefinition
CLIRCouncil on Library and Information Resources
CLIRcross-language information retrieval
CLIRCalling Line Identification Restriction (phone number blocking)
CLIRCalling Line Identification Restriction
CLIRConnected Line Identification Restriction
CLIRCalling Line Identity Restriction
CLIRcross-lingual information retrieval
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Platforms that improve speed and accuracy for broadcasters and agencies, like CLIR, will go a long way to improving business performance for our clients."
Onid yw'r gwydr clir ar gwarel ucha'r drydedd o'i ffenestri yn tystio'n ddigamsyniol i hynny?
The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) created "The Committee on Coherence at Scale" to look at the impacts of deep collaboration within higher education.
Enhanced data monitoring features allow access made via various channels, such as voice, SMS or Internet, to be assigned to individual users even with CLIR activated.
"This grant is funded by the Mellon Foundation and administered by the CLIR," explains David Crosson, CHS Executive Director.
For example, the ONS Foundation conducted another major funding effort in the late 1990s, leading to the creation of the Center for Leadership, Information and Research (CLIR).
Clir Tony O'Neill, member West Midlands Police Authority, deputy leader of the council, Coventry City Council, Coventry City Council, Council House, Earl Street
The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) is a non-profit organization that makes grants, holds workshops (with speakers' presentations available), and sponsors research and publications of interest to records managers and archivists.
Conference co-chair David Evans kicked off a panel session on CLIR (Cross-Language Information Retrieval) by asking how big the problem is, whether commercial CLIR can work on the Web, and whether we can use the Web itself to improve CLIR.
Recently, this approach has been emphasized outside of special collections in such publications as The Evidence in Hand: Report of the Task Force on the Artifact in Library Collections, a CLIR publication coauthored by Stephen G.
In September 2002, the Council on Library and Information Re-sources (CLIR) commissioned a survey of North American-based digital cultural heritage initiatives (DCHIs).
Last year, Labour chief whip ClIr Alan Dean welcomed the plan, which he said was in line with government legislation.