EQW

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EQWEQuation Writer
EQWElectron Quantum Well
EQWEverquest Windows
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if [q.sub.i] is of J type: if [q.sub.i] is a declarative sentence: get the agent [s.sub.i] from semantic structure expression of [q.sub.i]; get eqw ([s.sub.i]), the expansion word set of [s.sub.i], according to section 3.5.1; get the core verb [v.sub.i] from semantic structure expression of [q.sub.i]; get eqw ([v.sub.i]), the expansion word set of [v.sub.i], according to section 3.5.2; merge eqw ([s.sub.i]) and eqw ([v.sub.i]) into [eqw.sub.i], the final expansion word set, and sort it; if [q.sub.i] is an interrogative sentence: rewrite it according to the questioned part of [q.sub.i]; expand it according to setction 3.5.1, and get [eqw.sub.i], the expansion word set of [q.sub.i].
After sorting, the front [M.sub.1] words in eqw form the expansion word set of query.
Is 2 lenteleje pateiktu duomenu matyti, kad, vertinant portfeliu pasiekta bendraja verte, Omega portfelis nusileido tik LWCC.TG ir nedaug C.TG portfeliams bei aplenke kitus portfelius, iskaitant EQW. Taciau ryskus omega portfelio trukumas--didziausia apyvarta, lyginant su kitais portfeliais.
Is pateiktu rezultatu matyti, kad sumazinus apyvarta ir apyvartos sanaudas, omega portfelio grynoji verte pralenkia EQW ir kitu portfeliu vertes, taciau labai atsilieka nuo LWCC.TG portfelio vertes.
Omega funkcijos atzvilgiu optimizuotas portfelis is esmes atitiko lukescius--jis pralenke EQW portfeli ir prilygo LW1F.TG portfeliui.
Professor Cappelli's research for the EQW Center has examined changes in work and the effects on skill requirement, the contribution of work place attitudes and behaviors to job-related skills, and the effects on work force skills associated with choices of employment practices.
The first round of the EQW National Employers Survey was administered by the U.S.
APPENDIX A EQW NATIONAL EMPLOYERS SURVEY RESPONSE RATES(a) Description Percentage Number of Cases Manufacturing Sector Completed + All Partials(b) 75.0% 1,831 Completed + Workplace Partials 70.4% 1,728 Completed Interviews 66.0% 1,621 Non-Manufacturing Sector Completed + All Partials 69.4% 1,516 Completed + Workplace Partials 66.2% 1,445 Completed Interviews 60.6% 1,324 a Empirical analysis of the determinants of the probability of refusing to participate in the survey showed no significant impact of establishment size or industry on the probability of responding for the non-manufacturing sector.
This funding was administered through the National Center on the Educational Quality of the Workforce (EQW), University of Pennsylvania.
Peter Cappelli is Co-director of the National Center on the Educational Quality of the Workforce (EQW) of the University of Pennsylvania, and Nikolai Rogovsky is Associate Professor of Management at California State University, Hayward, and Research Officer at the International Institute for Labour Studies, Geneva, Switzerland.