CMAR

AcronymDefinition
CMARClient Money and Asset Return (UK finance regulatory requirement)
CMARConstruction Manager At Risk (construction contracting practice)
CMARControl Memory Address Register
CMARCry Me A River
CMARCell Matrix Adhesion Regulator
CMARCertified Manager of Animal Resources (certification; American Association for Laboratory Animal Science)
CMARConsumer Marketing at Retail
CMARCash Motto Always Recording
CMARCollaborative Mobile Augmented Reality
CMARConfiguration Management Accounting Report
CMARCoastal Maritime Archaeological Resources (organization)
CMARCSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) Marine and Atmospheric Research (Australia)
CMARComputer-generated Medication Administration Record
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"RSD continues to be on the forefront of CMAR in the state, with one CMAR complete, two under construction and three in design," Cambria said.
Pursuant to this CMAR contract, the company will construct the State Route 28 Shared Use Path in Incline Village, Nevada and it also said that this contract will be included in its first quarter 2017 backlog.
The CMAR, he said, was an example of how collective actions can produce good results.
Critics of the drift toward design-build and CMAR, including smaller contractors and the lawmakers that represent them, say they effectively cut many Texas companies out of the conversation.
Utilization of the CMAR delivery method continues to grow in the market, and our firm is highly experienced with this technique.
Furthermore, the labor is conserved and greenhouse gas emission is reduced in aerobic rice compared with irrigated rice (Wang et al.,2002).With proper cultivars in aerobic rice system, the grain yields of above 5 t ha-1 are obtained (Bouman et al., 2006; Peng et al., 2006).However, yield decrease of CMAR has been reported by many researchers, which is a key restriction to the well-known implementation of aerobic rice technology(Nishizawa et al., 1971; Ventura and Watanabe, 1978; Guimaraes and Stone, 2000; Fageria and Baligar, 2003; Kreye et al., 2009).
To stand out, many manufacturers and retailers have adopted the more results-oriented approach of CMAR, notes Cannondale.
Cannondale's latest category management benchmarking effort found that a wide range of retail channels is now embracing the practice of CMAR, and that alternative players are witnessing strong returns as a result.
In the last few years, a new approach that integrates association rule mining and classification called associative classification has been proposed (Antonie, et al., 2003; Li, et al., 2001; Liu, et al., 1998; Ali, et al., 1997) A few accurate and effective classifiers based on associative classification have been presented in last few years, such as CMAR (Li, et al., 2001), CPAR (Yin and Han, 2003), CBA (Liu, et al., 1998) and MCAR (Thabtah, et al., 2005).
The essence is that the marching orders for CMAR call for a broader perspective than past incarnations of category management.