DIMAP

AcronymDefinition
DIMAPDirect Input Mapper
DIMAPDiscrete Mathematics and Its Applications
DIMAPDictionary Maintenance Programs
DIMAPDepartment of Informatics and Applied Mathematics
DIMAPDefense Imagery and Mapping Program
DIMAPDigital Modular Avionics Program
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Just over half of Germans are concerned that the influence of Islam in Germany will become too strong due to the influx of refugees, the Infratest dimap poll showed.
Around (http://www.t-online.de/nachrichten/deutschland/gesellschaft/id_77817676/deutschland-islam-ablehnung-ist-laut-umfrage-so-gross-wie-nie.html) 64 percent of respondents said Islam has no place in German culture, with only 34 percent saying it did, a poll from German research agency Infratest Dimap indicated.
The results of the Infratest Dimap survey, published in Die Welt newspaper, will provide political cover for Merkel as she faces increased calls in the euro zone for a softening of fiscal discipline and a greater emphasis on boosting economic growth.
(2) University of Warwick, Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP) and Warwick Business School, Coventry, United Kingdom.
This move can be shown by examining 2013 data collected in exit polls by Infratest Dimap. (3) These polls indicate that while the Free Democrats lost votes to all parties, the largest group of their former voters (more than 2 million of 6.3 million in 2009) went to the Christian Democrats.
A survey by pollster Infratest dimap for broadcaster ARD on Thursday showed 47 percent of CDU members favoured Kramp-Karrenbauer compared with 37 percent for Merz and 12 percent for Health Minister Jens Spahn.
National Security Agency (NSA) spy on European targets with her office's blessings, saw her approval rating fall five points to 70 per cent in the Infratest Dimap poll.
51 percent of Germans now have no understanding for the strikes any more, results from a survey by Infratest Dimap for ARD and die Welt showed.
In Germany, according to the polling agency Infratest dimap, between 1998 and 2015, all mainstream political parties, with the exception of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU), moved to the left of the political center, which has created an opening for right-wing challengers of the status quo in the form of the Alternative for Germany (AfD).