IEK


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AcronymDefinition
IEKIntralase Enabled Keratoplasty (ophthalmology)
IEKIndustrial Economics and Knowledge Center
IEKInstitution of Engineers of Kenya
IEKIndigenous Ecological Knowledge (Australia)
IEKInstitouto Epagelmatikis Katartisis (Greek: Vocational Training Institute)
IEKIsotope Exchange Kinetics (soil chemistry)
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According to the IEK, revenues of the domestic machine-tool sector might reach NT$165 billion in 2011, which would be a whopping 25.21% increase year-on-year.
IEK pointed out global sales of smartphones, which are widely estimated to further increase to 633 million units in 2013 from 419 million units sold in 2011, and then surge to 879 million units in 2015 for a 5-year annual compound growth rate of about 20%.
Given that the measurement of IEK can predict the amount of exchangeable P available to plants and for transport to surface water, the equation predicting the rate of P decline following a halt to fertiliser application could be improved by the replacement of Olsen-P with measurements derived using IEK.
The Spartan-6 FPGA Industrial Ethernet Kit (IEK) demonstrates the capability and flexibility of the Xilinx FPGA for implementing real time industrial networking protocols such as EtherCAT, PROFINET, Ethernet POWERLINK and SERCOS III.
Even though the impact of global financial crisis in 2008, the production value of more than 10 inches of TFT-LCD in Taiwan was still up to US$28.8 billion (ITRI, IEK).
According to Taiwan's Industrial Economics and Knowledge Center (IEK), Taiwan's chipmakers import 600,000 1.2" (300mm) silicon wafers monthly, 70% from Japan.
There is a range of expressions used to refer to IK, including 'Indigenous Ecological Knowledge' (IEK), 'Traditional Ecological Knowledge' (TEK) and 'local knowledge'.
iek describes fantasy as "a screen for the desire of the Other." Fu (87) rthermore, he says that it "provides the coordinates of our desire--which constructs the frame enabling us to desire something." I (88) t is also "an imagined scenario representing the realization of desire [and] in the fantasyscene the desire is constituted (given its object)." (89) There were many European fantasies ranging from race supremacy to anti-Semitism.
In this study, the information was compiled from reports prepared by the Industrial Economics & Knowledge (IEK) Center, a professional industrial intelligence agency in Taiwan, and from interviews with experts and researchers in the mobile-phone industry.
Isotopic exchange kinetics (IEK) was used to determine soil inorganic P availability (Frossard et al.
Maravall and, most revealingly, Slavoj iek. At the risk of oversimplification, I would suggest that Castillo begins with an elaboration of the already well-documented perspectivistic approach and, stressing the mechanisms and putative goals of literary irony, then endeavors to illuminate the ideological content and implications of the works under examination.
This intergenerational and experiential knowledge can be termed Inuit ecological knowledge or IEK. Scott (1998:313) defines this as metis, or "a wide array of practical skills and acquired intelligence in responding to a constantly changing natural and human environment." In other literature, IEK has often been referred to as traditional ecological knowledge (TEK).