MCNCMicroelectronics Center of North Carolina
MCNCMiddle College National Consortium (Long Island City, NY)
MCNCMississippi Corridor Neighborhood Coalition (est. 1993)
MCNCMerkel Cell-Neurite Complex
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MCNCMiller City-New Cleveland School District (Miller City, OH)
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MCNC completed the historic expansion of NCREN in 2013, which now spans 2,700 fiber network miles in 86 counties in the state.
The experimental results from MCNC FSM benchmarks illustrate the advantages of the proposed architecture as compared with VRMUX [11], as operating speed is enhanced at an average of 30.43% and LUT consumption is reduced by an average of 5.16% in FPGA implementation.
To compare the results of CMCT and MCNC algorithms, a multiple scenario was generated in which source s, which transmits in multicast mode, has three terminals [t.sub.1],[t.sub.2] and [t.sub.3].
A study was undertaken to explore the contribution of both the mCNC and the rCNC roles to meeting the goal of the WA Health (Cancer) Services Framework (2005) in delivering a coordinated and streamlined approach to cancer care coordination for patients across the state.
Como se puede observar en la tabla 3, la utilizacion del modelo mejoro los resultados de la metaheuristicas PSO y SA para cuatro de las 5 instancias utilizadas de MCNC Benchmark Problems en un tiempo de computo de 10,000 segundos.
Internet outages, numerous conversations took place between the MCNC staff and the district's technology department.
These highly efficient tools will enable MCNC to address their existing fiber network while adding thousands of miles of new fiber assets to the database.
The proposed approach has been successfully implemented and tested with MCNC and Espresso benchmarks.
The Middle College National Consortium (MCNC) is one of 11 intermediary organizations awarded funds by the Gates Foundation to establish Early College High Schools (ECHSs).
based MCNC, a non-profit organization which runs NCREN.
Last March, the approximately 60 scientists from the research divisions at MCNC Research & Development Institute were acquired by RTI Microelectronic.
Other public sector investments were the state's creation of the Microelectronics Center of North Carolina (MCNC) and the Biotechnology Center, both in the 1980s.