CWSI

AcronymDefinition
CWSIChina Wind Systems, Inc. (alternative energy; China)
CWSICrop Water Stress Index (agricultural science)
CWSICiscoWorks for Switched Internetworks
CWSICommercial Wireless Systems International (wireless fire alarm manufacturer; Sunrise, FL)
CWSICat Welfare Society of Israel
CWSIChugach World Services, Inc. (Alaska)
CWSIClean Water Solutions, Inc. (Newport, RI)
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In the last part of the 2015 growing season, the PWS-based irrigation was managed using the CWSI values.
Assuming a 5% reduction in Pn from maximum is moderate water deficit, the critical CWSI values were 0.420, 0.472 and 0.536 at tillering, panicle initiation to booting and milk to soft dough stages.
DeJonge and his colleagues compared the CWSI with five other "indices," or formulas, for interpreting IRT data, to see how well they could detect crop water stress over 2 years in a corn-sunflower rotation.
Regression analysis was performed to determine the relationships of total SY with FAWU at time of irrigation, seasonal [ET.sub.c] and seasonal CWSI. Regression analysis was also used to test the relationship between TAGP, seasonal [ET.sub.c] and seasonal CWSI.
The new Network Analysis Module is optimized to monitor Layers 1 through 7 and can export this data to any IETF standards-compliant network management application, including Cisco Works for Switched Internetworks (CWSI).
(CWSI) also proposes a fully parallel thinner which uses 3 X 3 operators for reduction and 1 X 4 operators for restoration; thus, the overall operator support is over a 4 X 4 region [4].
(1981) established the Crop Water Stress Index (CWSI) to monitor crop water status [69].
Canopy temperature measurements or calculated crop water stress indices (CWSI) are plotted geographically to create maps that are displayed using the GUI.
Due to the difficultly of measuring the integrated bulk variables of TWS at basin scales, recent drought evaluations have mainly relied upon subcomponents (e.g., precipitation) or proxies (e.g., NDVI, CWSI) [10, 11], such as the four drought categories of "meteorological," "hydrological" "agricultural" and "socioeconomic" [12].
Even though total amount of shattered seeds was correlated with CWSI and FAWU (r = 0.46; P [is less than or equal to] 0.10 and r = 0.51; P [is less than or equal to] 0.06, respectively), harvested seed yield was not (r = 0.33; P [is less than or equal to] 0.26 and r = 0.35; P [is less than or equal to] 0.22, respectively).
Farmers and researchers can interpret the IRT data by using one of several indices, including the commonly used crop water stress index (CWSI).