FST

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AcronymDefinition
FSTField Sobriety Test
FSTFederal Sales Tax
FSTFinancial Services Technology
FSTFood Science & Technology (various organizations)
FSTFaculté des Sciences et Techniques (French: Faculty of Science and Technology; Morocco)
FSTFinancial Secretary to the Treasury (UK)
FSTFaculté des Sciences de Tunis (French: Faculty of Sciences of Tunisia)
FSTFlat Square Tube (monitors)
FSTFlorida Studio Theatre (Sarasota, FL)
FSTFlat Square Technology
FSTFifo Status
FSTFlat Square Tube
FSTFast Sequenced Transport
FSTFail Safe Technology
FSTFédération Suisse du Tourisme (French: Swiss Tourism Federation)
FSTFinite State Transducer
FSTFinancial Services Training College (UK)
FSTFairfield/Suisun Transit (California)
FSTForward Surgical Team
FSTFujitsu Software Technologies (Japan)
FSTFranciscan School of Theology (Berkeley, California)
FSTFamily Support Team
FSTFonds de Solidarité Territoriale (French: Territorial Solidarity Fund)
FSTFan Soundtrack
FSTFuzzy Set Theory
FSTFunctions, Statistics, and Trigonometry (course)
FSTFinlands Svenska Television (Swedish: Finland Swedish Television)
FSTFrench Summer Time (time zone)
FSTFairbanks Shakespeare Theatre (Fairbanks, AK)
FSTFluffy Spider Technologies (Australia)
FSTFleet Surgical Team (US Navy)
FSTField Sanitation Team (US Army)
FSTFire, Smoke and Toxicity
FSTFleet Synthetic Training
FSTForeign Section Trust (Japan)
FSTFoundation for Science and Technology (UK)
FSTFleet Support Team
FSTFixed-Stride Trie (computing)
FSTFamily Systems Theory
FSTForged Steel
FSTFunctions, Statistics & Trigonometry (mathematics)
FSTFormosan Subterranean Termites
FSTFast Sequenced Transport (Cisco)
FSTFull Scale Test
FSTFlat Square Technology (CRT)
FSTFuture Soldier Training (US Army)
FSTField Structure Theory
FSTFile System Translator (Apple ProDOS)
FSTFloating Slab Track (railway track form)
FSTFlight Safety Technologies, Inc.
FSTField Support Teams
FSTFlat Screen Technology
FSTFinger Skin Temperature
FSTFinal Settlement Tank (waste water treatment)
FSTField Service Team
FSTFacility Science Team (US NASA)
FSTFinance Support Team
FSTFuture Science Teachers (University of California, Davis)
FSTFast Sine Transform
FSTFeature Space Trajectory
FSTField Support Terminal
FSTFire Safety Technology
FSTForward Support Team
FSTFlight Simulation Test
FSTFlight Support Team
FSTFire Support Terminal
FSTFast Shock Tube
FSTFiscal Support Team
FSTForeign Service Tour
FSTFlammability, Smoke, Toxicity
FSTFunctional System Test
FSTFlakkee Swat Team (gaming clan)
FSTFixation Index-Statistics (population genetics)
FSTField Start code (ITU-T)
FSTFacility-Specific Training
FSTFast Sub-Space Tracking (algorithm)
FSTFormal School Training
FSTFace Scan Technology
FSTField Selectable Threshold (Pirelli)
FSTFrame Service Time
FSTFoundation for Surgical Technology (est. 1997; Littleton, CO)
FSTFOB, Stowed and Trimmed
FSTFlight Systems Test
FSTFormal Specification Technique
FSTFrontline Support Team
FSTFort Smith Public Transit
FSTFunctional Self Test (hardware or software test sequence)
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[T.sub.f1] = finger skin temperature at the end of relaxation period = 305.75 K
[T.sub.f2] = finger skin temperature at the end of stressor period = 305.39 K
[T.sub.f3] = finger skin temperature at the end of recovery period = 305.07 K
The negative sign indicates the entropy damage takes place with heat loss occurring from the body to the environment with the decrease of finger skin temperature reflecting stress response.
A single-tailed t-test with paired two samples is conducted to determine if there is a difference in mean physiological stress response (finger skin temperature and entropy damage) for both male and female subjects at stressor and recovery states relative to the relaxation (reference) state.
A single-tailed i-test with two independent samples is conducted to determine if there is any significant difference between male and female mean stress responses (finger skin temperature, entropy damage, and aging-ratio) for both stressor and recovery states relative to the relaxation (reference) state.
The mean change in finger skin temperature from relaxation State 1 to stressor State 2 and recovery State 3 for both male and female subjects is provided in Figure 1.
The negative values of entropy damage indicate that the heat is lost from the body with decrease in finger skin temperature during the stressor task [1].
At level of significance, [alpha] = 0.05, there is significant statistical difference between male and female subjects in terms of finger skin temperature (at stressor State 2) and entropy damage (at stressor State 2 and recovery State 3).
The i-test results presented in Table 3 serve to evaluate if there are any significant differences between male and female subjects pertaining to the values of finger skin temperature, entropy damage, and aging-ratio.
It was postulated that entropy change is simply entropy damage expressed in terms of finger skin temperature. The aging-ratio is obtained from the ratio of entropy damage during a stressful task relative to that of a recovery period.