DDCS

AcronymDefinition
DDCSDigital Document Customizing System
DDCSDistributed Database Connection Services (IBM)
DDCSDewey Decimal Classification System (book categorization)
DDCSDrug Development Consulting Services (multiple locations)
DDCSDigital Data Collection System
DDCSData Distribution and Command System
DDCSDistributed Drive Communication System
DDCSDigital Data Communications Set
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AFDD and hierarchical alarm suppression will further enhance the ability of direct digital control (DDC) systems to make intelligent alarm distribution and management decisions.
Similarly, in a comparative study between DDCs in Nepal and in Ranchi (Jharkhand, India), the results showed a pattern of 'royal road to opioid': from nicotine via alcohol, cough syrup, cannabis, sedatives to opioid abuse.
These include digital down conversion (DDC), frequency domain filtering, and polyphase Fast Fourier transform (FFT) filter banks.
Similar interviews were conducted with individuals from District Development Committee (DDC), Village Development Committee (VDC) and district branch of FECOFUN, and other NGOs which supported the studied community forests management at the time of field study.
Instead, DDCs were shown to participate in hypersensitivity reactions [24].
Existing pneumatic thermostats were replaced with wireless DDCs and air box controls were replaced for more accurate, reliable and flexible temperature control.
In this section, we evaluate performance of the proposed scheme compared with the IEEE 802.11g and the distributed dynamic channel selection (DDCS) scheme [5] in densely located vehicular WLANs.
Here, legal assistance is provided by the Director Defence Counsel Services (DDCS) who reports to the JAG.
Instead, District Development Councils (DDCs) were created.
Finally, even though the benefits that the DDCs have provided are generally positive and may be further improved, a more comprehensive national-level strategy must address the infrastructure deficit the country faces.
The course identifies the total logistics process including the interface among the Defense Supply Centers (DSCs), the Defense Distribution Centers (DDCs), and the variety of other support organizations involved in the total logistics process.
Faced with labor laws that made it very costly to terminate employees, employers attempted to avoid those costs by hiring workers on "determined duration contracts" (DDCs), which specify a temporary term of employment.