FMLS

AcronymDefinition
FMLSForum for Modern Language Studies
FMLSFirst Multiple Listings Service (real estate; Georgia)
FMLSFull-Matrix Least-Squares
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Many researchers have studied low-velocity impact behavior of FMLs such as GLARE, ARALL, CARALL, and hybrid FMLs using two kinds of fibers and/or particular metals like magnesium and titanium [8, 9].
Studies on antenna selection in [18] indicate that the minimal antenna subset with a given high MSE threshold could be obtained with antenna cluster method, where GMLS and FMLS algorithm are proposed.
In [11], they studied predictor-corrector finite difference methods for pricing American options under the FMLS model which is a kind of space-fractional derivative model.
The company said that the award or a Basic Ordering Agreement permits FMLS to compete for future task order opportunities on the EAGLE programme, the main contract vehicle used by the Army to obtain logistics services such as provision of maintenance and supply operations and transportation services at different Army locations in the US, adding that this programme has a potential value of about USD23bn over a five-year period.
The FMLS eSign solution, powered by GoPaperless' eSignOnline[TM] electronic signature technology, is delivered as an integrated solution within the FMLS FormsPro software for members to immediately send forms and contracts out for electronic signature.
The connections alluded to in the title of this special issue of FMLS are ostensibly those that emerge from the juxtaposition of its diverse range of essays.
Dr Schleyer and aeronauti-cal engineer Prof Wesley Cantwell have secured a pounds 150,000 grant to test and develop the blast-proof, thermoplastic fibre-metal laminates, known as FMLs.
An article by Michele Martinez, "Sister Arts and Artists: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Aurora Leigh and the Life of Harriet Hosmer" (FMLS 39 [2003]: 213-226), brings welcome attention to metaphors of sculpture in EBB's Aurora Leigh, together with an illuminating glimpse of the history of women artists and one particularly fascinating figure, Harriet Hosmer.
195) by an essay that appeared in FMLS in 1983; and her discussion of Arp's use of chance (pp.