ISLS

AcronymDefinition
ISLSInternational Society for Language Studies
ISLSInstitute for Spanish Language Studies (various locations)
ISLSInternational Summer Language School (Czech Republic)
ISLSInstitute for the Study of Language and Society
ISLSIndustrial Standard Lubrication System (South Africa)
ISLSInstitute for the Study of Labor in Society (Indiana University)
ISLSInterrogator Side Lobe Suppression
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The ISLS program, unfortunately, is no longer in existence at this college.
Therefore, this paper is an attempt to develop a multi-objective optimization methodology for the constellation design problem with considering both the QoS metrics and establishing ISLs.
In comparison with along-track, this constellation provides wider coverage at the expense of reduced ISLs communication time.
The National Archives: Historical Manuscripts Commission (TNA-HMC), in its annual Accessions to Repositories exercise, collects information from over two hundred record repositories throughout the British Isles about manuscript accessions received in the previous twelve months.
This article focuses on one aspect of the Iowa School Leadership System (ISLS), the Iowa Leadership Academy (ILA) Principal Center training component.
With VSAN trunking strategies, storage administrators can also consolidate previously separated physical inter-switch links (ISLs) over a single shared connection or set of connections.
* A detailed, point-in-time topology diagram that shows the logical connections of all switches, connected devices, and Inter Switch Links (ISLs), capturing the current topology and providing historical comparison for tracking and managing change
Switches and directors create larger fabrics by connecting to other switches through ISLs. Fabric switches are good for small SAN implementations, but become hard to manage and costly as the SAN grows.
Unique to the INRANGE platform is the ability to scale without a reduction in switching performance or in the number of user ports available, eliminating management headaches like interswitch links (ISLs), forced trunking, capacity planning, and load balancing - which helps to control costs.
Pekin Ogan, "Do You Have the Right Incentives to Avoid the ISLS?" unpublished working paper, Indiana University, 1998.
The backside satellite collects data from the LEO satellites, forms these data into two one-Gbit/s streams and transmits the data to the frontside satellite using the optical ISLs. As shown in Figure 11, the frontside GEO satellite receives data directly from the LEO satellites, as well as from the backside GEO satellite.