ECALEuropean Conference on Artificial Life (Europe; biannual conference; est. 1989)
ECALEcole Cantonale d'art de Lausanne (French: University of Art and Design of Lausanne, Switzerland)
ECALElectromagnetic Calorimeter
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ECALEquipment Calibration
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For the first time this year, students from the Vaud School of Business and Engineering in Yverdon-les-Bains joined students from EPFL, the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and the Lausanne School of Art and Design (ECAL), as did one team from the Ecole Superieure Polytechnique (ESP) in Dakar, Senegal.
Owners can also have the double-bubble roof of their Aygo covered in a contrasting coloured ecal (PS195), and can ramp up the street style with option five-spoke alloys (PS499) in silver, glossy black, machined glossy black and white.
Exhibit gathers visual artists and photographers and features the works of Ali Aldaba, Cris Antonio, Adjani Arumpac, Pablo Baen Santos, Buen Calubayan, Cana, Urai Carlos, Rene Cuvos, Crisanto de Leon, Boyet de Mesa, Ferdinand Doctolero, Neil Doloricon, Crown Dolot, Federico Dominguez, Jethro Ecal, Jeffrey Erencio, Avie Felix, Resty Flores, Alee Garibay, Nina Garibay, Jonathan Joven, Dibayn Leano, Little Wing Luna, Vim Nadera, Renan Ortiz, J.
Paper presented at the ECAL Workshop on Music and Artificial Life (MusicAL), Lisbon, Portugal, 10 September.
As empresas foram denominadas, para fins deste estudo, como Empresa Calcario (ECAL), Empresa Carvao (ECAR) e Empresa Ferro (EFER).
Before measuring the impedance parameters of the antennas under investigation, the network analyzer is calibrated using the 2 port Ecal module [11], bearing model # 85092C for an operating frequency ranging from 5.2 GHz to 6.2 GHz, which provides excellent accuracy.
Among language learners who can engage in both rote-learning and extraction of rules, evolutionary pressures will produce languages that are compositional, because reliance on a constrained number of language analytical rules is more economical than individual retention of each symbol (Hurford, 'Why Synonymy is Rare: Fitness is in the Speaker', in Banzhaf, Christaller, Dittrich, Kim & Ziegler, eds., Advances in Artificial Life: Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL), Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer 2003).
I realised how various departments in the company depend on accounting." Mavin Ecal Esporas experienced life in HR and said: "It is a whole new experience for me.
Calibration standards are built into the SPARQ, which enables measurements to be made without multiple connection steps and removes the need for additional electronic calibration (ECAL) modules.