MOSK


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MOSKMulti-media Operating System Kernel
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Mosk, "Non-invasive imaging through opaque scattering layers," Nature, vol.
Arjmandi et al [16] have proposed a new modulation method, which is a combination of CSK and MoSK. The transmitter uses molecules of type Aj, in odd time slots, and of type [A.sub.2] in even time slots.
(7) Judge Mosk. observes that in the past, "courts and
Consumers want to indulge, but they also are looking for better-for-you products with clean ingredient decks, notes Tom Mosk, marketing director for Fantasy Cookie Co., Sylmar, Calif.
Patterns of disorder commonly differ across gender, age, and informant source and are influenced by the culture in which one lives or grow (Weisz, Sigman, Weiss, & Mosk, 1993).
(2.) Matthew Mosk, "O'Connor Calls Citizens United Ruling 'A Problem'," ABC News (online), January 26, 2010, http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/oconnor-citizens-united-ruling-problem/story?id=9668044.
Marchenko, Certain problems of the theory of one dimensional linear differential operators of the second order I, Trudy Mosk. Math Obshch., 1(1952), 327-340.
In his spirited and oft-cited dissent, Justice Mosk came down squarely on Moore's side.