FPK

AcronymDefinition
FPKFree Pascal Kit
FPKFédération de Parkour (French: Parkour Federation)
FPKFox Pitt Kelton (now Fox-Pitt Kelton Cochran Caronia Waller; financial services)
FPKFirst People of the Kalahari (Botswana)
FPKFast Packet Keying
FPKForensisch Psychiatrische Kliniek (Dutch: Forensic Psychiatric Clinic)
FPKFort Phil Kearny (US Army outpost)
FPKFallen Peace Keepers (gaming clan)
FPKFrank Ponge & Kollegen (German voice company)
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Kier said it would give a further update on the FPK programme when it announces the conclusions of the strategic review.
Because (20) does not depend on [[PHI].sub.1] (t), the probability density function P([a.sub.1], t | [a.sub.0], [t.sub.0]) determined by FPK equation is as follows:
The stationary probability density p([[alpha].sub.1]) can be obtained by solving the Fokker-Planck-Kolmogorov (FPK) equation associated with Ito equation for [[alpha].sub.1] as
The comparison between the wavelet and interval wavelet collocation method for FPK equation is shown in Figure 2.
Fokofpolisiekar, of soos huile soms na verwys word as Polisiekar of FPK, het reeds met huile naam 'n groep mense ongemakiik gehad.
Let (u, v) be an efficient solution of (FP) and assume that (u, v) satisfies a constraint qualification for (FPk) for at least one k = 1,2,...p.
Together with the shares sold by JMP Securities under the greenshoe option, the selling shareholders JCF FPK I LP, Red Mountain Capital Partners II LP and Red Mountain Capital Partners III LP sold an aggregate 2,822,944 shares of Encore Capital common stock.
Fred Schultz, CEO and founder of the Foundation for Positively Kids (FPK) in Las Vegas, deals with a lot of confidential information in his program for medically-dependent children.
"The figures are strong, but the company indicates sales are going to slow, so you can't extrapolate from the first quarter this year will be good," said Raghu Hariharan, analyst at FPK.
Through their organisation, the First People of the Kalahari (FPK), led by Roy Sesana (pictured above), they have vowed to struggle to keep possession of the land which has been their home for thousands of years, and from where the government of Botswana wants to move them, reports Simon Reeves from Stockholm (see Voices of the San on p26).
"Here we are burying people week by week or daily," says Roy Sesana, head of the advocacy group First People of the Kalahari (FPK).