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FECFederal Election Commission
FECForward Error Correction
FECFédération des Entreprises du Congo (French: Federation of Congolese Enterprises)
FECFull Economic Costing
FECFoyer de l'Etudiant Catholique (French: Student Catholic Home)
FECFamily Entertainment Center (various organizations)
FECFacilities Engineering Command
FECFédération des Employés et Cadres (French: Federation of Employees and Executives)
FECFederal Executive Council
FECFederal Equipment Company (defense industry supplier; Cincnnati, OH)
FECForwarding Equivalence Class
FECFast Ether Channel
FECFront-End Electronic Card
FECFront End Controller
FECFast Ethernet Controller
FECFonds d'Equipement Communal (French: Communal Equipment Fund; Morocco)
FECFlash Exposure Compensation (cameras)
FECFlorida East-Coast Railway
FECField Equipment Controller
FECFarmers Electric Cooperative (Greenville, TX)
FECFirich Enterprises Co. (various locations)
FECFederal Electronics Challenge (various organizations)
FECFluorouracil, Epirubicin, Cyclophosphamide
FECField Emission Cathode
FECForward Error Control
FECFinancial Education Center (various organizations)
FECForeign Exchange Certificate
FECFlorida Education Channel (Panhandle Area Educational Consortium)
FECFaecal Egg Count (parasitological diagnosis)
FECFurther Education College (UK)
FECFacility Emergency Coordinator (US FEMA)
FECFurukawa Electric Company (Japan)
FECFederal Express Corporation
FECFinal Energy Consumption
FECFederal Energy Commission (of the Russian Federation)
FECFamily Equality Council (est. 1979; Boston, MA)
FECFetch Execute Cycle (computing)
FECField Engineering Change
FECFamily Education Center
FECFully Executed Contract
FECFuture England Captain (soccer; UK)
FECFast Ethernet Channel
FECFabrication Evaluation Chip (semiconductors)
FECFarmers Elevator Company (various locations)
FECFamily Enterprise Center (various locations)
FECFaculty Executive Council
FECFaculty Ethics Committee (various schools)
FECFire Extinguisher Cabinet
FECFoam Ear Cushion
FECFront-End Computer (satellite control ground stations)
FECFogelman Executive Center (University of Memphis; Memphis, TN)
FECFrame Erasure Concealment
FECFaculty Effort Certification
FECFlensburger Enten Clique (German car club)
FECFront End Credibility (UK Customs)
FECForwarding Equivalency Classes (multi-protocol label switching)
FECFortaleza Esporte Clube (soccer club)
FECForward Equipment Compartment
FECFederation Europeenne de Croquet (French: European Federation of Croquet)
FECForward Error Compression
FECFree Element Condition
FECFree Episcopal Church
FECFlexible Etched Circuit
FECForced Expiratory Capacity
FECFleet/Forward Error Correction
FECForce Element Commander
FECFar End Converter (Valere)
FECField Electrical Center (aka airfield lighting power center)
FECFellow of Engineers Canada
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Diamond provides additional efficiency by re-ordering search tasks and by dynamically partitioning search computation between the front-end computer used for interaction and the back-end nodes where data is stored.
Second, it saw misuse, abuse and avoidance of its front-end computer system.
To generate a trend graph using point-by-point interoperability, for example, the front-end computer must be connected to the system for the entire time period being trended so it can read each value as it occurs.
BACnet is a logical choice for wide-area interoperability because it is impractical to keep the front-end computer connected to every building in the system 24-hours-a-day.
Front-end computer systems are first on the list of capital expenditures for 1999 as American newspapers seek to modernize current systems.
In 1995, Gray Mortgage Corporation purchased a front-end computer system from Solutions, Inc.
Most manufacturers have implemented BACnet via a front-end computer or gateway.
Schmidt-Liermann was asked if MAN Roland's emphasis on supplying its own controls at a time when specialty control vendors are emerging might be analogous to the situation proprietary front-end computer system vendors faced when companies emerged offering off-the-shelf personal computers.
The second option taken by other banks was to keep all the existing alarms, but to move their front-end computers to one monitoring center.
The chain installed front-end computers in 303 sites during fiscal 1989.