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DETERCyber Defense Technology Experimental Research (project)
DETERDetection of Events for Threat Evaluation and Recognition
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To guide strategic choices driven by reduced resources, the United States should develop a defense strategy based on tailored approaches to deter the principal threats to national security while preserving flexibility to account for their uncertain trajectories and potential shocks.
CUMYC is the number of accumulated yellow cards a team has entering the match, and [beta] will be negative if accumulated yellow cards deter aggressive play.
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But RICS said research had found that 72% of its members thought such an increase would deter people from investing in rental property, rising to 100% in the West Midlands.
According to gardening expert Bonnie Manion, narcissus bulbs naturally deter gophers.
Councillor Neil Phillips, ward councillor, said: "Hopefully the new gating installed in Pool Bank Street will help to deter possible vandalism of this building, making members of the public and staff who work at the arts centre feel much safer.
Kingsgate is the latest in a number of shopping centres to recruit classical composers to deter groups from loitering outside premises.
Tailoring communications: Others focus on the distinctive problem of communicating intent--specifically the kinds of messages the United States would send in its words or actions that contribute to (or detract from) its efforts to deter specific actors, in both peacetime and crisis situations.
1 -- color) Antelope Valley Independent Minutemen protest, saying the government should do more to deter illegal immigration.
Shoppers are to be given cat bells to attach to their purses in a bid to deter pickpockets.
policies direct agencies in the maritime community to deter, detect, and defend against traditional and asymmetric attacks.
Bernheim (1984) is the first paper to recognize the possibility of coordination failure underinvestment by pointing out the existence of one type of equilibrium in which each incumbent firm makes a zero investment in entry deterrence and equilibria of a second type where investments are just sufficient to deter entry.