HDR

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AcronymDefinition
HDRHigh Dynamic Range
HDRHigh Dose Rate
HDRHeader
HDRHerr der Ringe (German: Lord of the Rings)
HDRHeavy Duty Rotary (machine tool)
HDRHickory Daily Record (Hickory, NC)
HDRHigh Data Rate
HDRHigher Degree Research (education)
HDRHigh Definition Recording
HDRHigh Definition Rendering
HDRHard Disk Recorder
HDRHost Data Replicator
HDRHigh Definition Range
HDRHigh Definition Resource
HDRHot Dry Rock
HDRHabilitations à Diriger des Recherches (French: Accreditation to Supervise Research; various universities)
HDRHigh Definition Radio
HDRHumanitarian Daily Ration
HDRHealth Data Repository
HDRHeavy Duty Repairman
HDRHenningson Durham and Richardson (Architecture and Engineering Firm)
HDRHigh-Definition Rendering
HDRHuman Dimensions Research
HDRHeissdampfreaktor (German: Hot Steam Reactor)
HDRHuman Development Resources
HDRHyper Dimensional Resonator
HDRHome Dockyard Regulations (US Navy)
HDRHard Drive Restore
HDRHighly Dent Resistant (trasnportation feature)
HDRHigh Desert Roundup (California)
HDRHelp Desk Request
HDRHigh Dose Remote Afterloading
HDRHuman Developments Report
HDRHardware Design Review
HDRHemispherical Dielectric Resonator
HDRHistorical Data Record
HDRHardware Development Requirements
HDRHybrid Detail Record
HDRHalf-sized Diazo Reproducible drawing
HDRHost Data Replication (SNA Server)
HDRHalf-Duplex Relay
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The JDP agreement is aligned with Curtin's vision for growth in international higher degree research students, joint publication with international authors, and mechanisms for strong interaction between IIT Madras and Curtin academic scholars and professors," he said.
This provides an ongoing account of the range of research being undertaken in Australia along with the recently completed higher degree research in music education.
3) As higher degree research students have increased in number, the landscape of research has also evolved.
11) As government funding has increasingly been linked to completion rates of higher degree research students, a growing corpus of research has also emerged concerning supervisory practices that encourage successful and timely completion.
30) As government funding of universities has become more tightly associated with completion rates of higher degree research students, there has been growing interest in the factors that contribute to successful and timely completion.
45) Students also shared the view that the strongest motivating factor in higher degree research was the feeling of being part of a lively research culture within the department.
Carolyn's excellent work with her postgraduate students and her guiding influence in developing a higher degree research culture were recognised by The University of Queensland.
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