INVS

AcronymDefinition
INVSIntelligent Night Vision System
INVSInstitute de Veille Sanitaire (France)
INVSInventory Sample
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Section 2 presents some basic mathematical concepts to enhance the understanding of INVS. Section 3 describes definitions IVNS and its properties together with example.
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In contrast, emerging theories on INVs or 'born globals' indicate that industry dynamism associated with innovations drive small, young firms' early, rapid internationalization (Knight and Cavusgil 2004).
The seven Hu-type INVs derived from the central moments of the second or third order (p + q = 2 or 3) are [[[[phi].sub.i]].sub.i=i, 2, 3, ..., 7] and were used as features.
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This paper also contributes to the international new venture (INV) literature by identifying different risk-mitigating actions taken for low-intensity opportunistic internationalizers and higher intensity strategic internationalizers, providing additional evidence that INVs are different than casual or merely opportunistic internationalizers.
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[4.] Vaillant L, La Ruche G, Tarantola A, Barboza P, for the Epidemic Intelligence Team at InVS. Epidemiology of fatal cases associated with pandemic H1N1 influenza 2009.