IDEEA

AcronymDefinition
IDEEAIntelligent Device for Energy Expenditure and Activity
IDEEAInnovative Designs for Energy Efficiency Activities (Southern California Edison)
IDEEAInternational Design for Extreme Environments Association (est. 1991)
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Ideea descentralizarii pare sa agite tot mai putin spiritele spre sfarsitul perioadei despre care facem vorbire, probabil pe fondul aparitiei unor noi probleme care au ocupat prim-planul scenei politice.
The same ideea it breaks out of Italy's Constitution, which provides "The sovereignty belongs to the nation, which exercises it in the forms and limits of the Constitution".
Cei care au reusit sa traiasca si sa se realizeze profesional in tara de adoptiune (gandind, desigur, la Romania) si cei care se servesc de ideea exilului pentru a furniza un alibi esecului lor" [98]), but also adopting the exile as a paradoxical form of "freedom loss" (see Antofi, "The exile" 29-34), the Romanian writer publishes a destiny-novel, "accidental, seasonal overflows of this river of flesh and blood which is my life.
Godel (1906-1978) se gasesc in embrion in ideea programului memorat si interpretat/compilat/generat, inainte sau in cursul executiei.
We borrow from the Western culture values and the ideea of emancipation and autonomy through magazines, music, fashion.
Adaugam ideii de "hybrid art" (ca rezultanta a situarii in "multistructure" si "multi-space"), ideea de multi-dimensionalitate receptiva.
The participants were then outfitted with a waist-worn triaxial accelerometer (ActiGraph GT3X, Health One Technologies; Fort Walton Beach, Florida) and an IDEEA system (MiniSun, Inc; Fresno, Florida).
Field Validation of the MTI Actigraph and Bodymedia Armband Monitor Using the IDEEA Monitor.
(IDEEA) is another device that has combined several parameters in an
The next step should be the development of a commercial solution, as a highly productiv standalone equipment, based on the same ideea, fitted with the above mentioned improvements.
The IDEEA has been found to be > 98% accurate for duration, frequency, type, and intensity of a variety of physical activities in normal adults (Zhang et al 2003) and reliable and valid for measuring walking in people with stroke (Saremi et al 2006).