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AcronymDefinition
CEDERCenter for Digital Economy Research (New York University)
CEDERCenter for Educational Development, Evaluation and Research (Texas A&M University)
CEDERConstruction of Embedded Dedicated Real-Time Systems
CEDERCentre for Economic Development and Ethnic Relations (Malaysia)
CEDERCentre pour l'environnement et le Développement Rural (Cameroon)
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