GIGO


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AcronymDefinition
GIGOGarbage In, Garbage Out
GIGOGarbage in Garbage Out
GIGOGarbage In, Gospel Out (gullibility about what a computer or website tells you)
GIGOGet In Get Out
GIGOGot It Going On
GIGOGate in Gate Out
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His description on the NCAR website states: "Gigo is a fabulous Staffy cross who came to us as a stray.
The application for the first phase of Smart City Kochi has been presented by Baju George, MD of Smart City Kochi, and Gigo Joseph, CEO of Smart City.
Like all software tools, the Achilles heel is often "garbage in, garbage out" (GIGO); these tools rely on an accurate representation of the building being analyzed in order to perform an accurate analysis.
(But there is a growing number of medical malpractice claims arising out of robotic surgery as well.) Technology cannot adjust an insurance claim; it would be GIGO (garbage in, garbage out), but technology can be a very useful tool.
The familiar phrase "garbage in, garbage out" (or GIGO) should remind processors that no matter how well an extruder performs, any mis-formulation or interruption of the input stream will corrupt the result.
Dominique Magda toured the country's honey-producing regions to assess how a partnership with an Italian GIGO is helping in the increased production and marketing of some of the world's finest honey.
SAVE: pounds 11.25 Gigo four-bar spotlight, Wickes.
Being based on GIGO (Garbage In, Garbage Out) data, none of the predictions about climate catastrophe made so confidently in the 1990s and 2000s came true.
The objective is to prevent errors in generating digital information, sidestepping the GIGO effect (Garbage In, Garbage Out).
Infopark CEO Gigo Joseph said he was delighted that Ernst & Young was going to be operating from Infopark.
Board Member GIGO Hyland noted the same thing, pointing out to Fabio and Woodson that the agency heard regularly from credit unions that felt like "they are being kicked when they're down," she said.