NCOSS

AcronymDefinition
NCOSSNational Capital Open Space System (Australia)
NCOSSNew South Wales Council for Social Services (Australia)
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a) If a family{< [G.sub.i1], [G.sub.i2], [G.sub.i3] >: i [member of]J} of NCOSs in X satisfies the condition [union] {< [G.sub.i1], [G.sub.i2], [G.sub.i3] >: i [member of] J} = [X.sub.N] then it is called a neutrosophic open cover of X.
c) A family {< [K.sub.i1], [K.sub.i2], [K.sub.i3] >: i [member of] J} of NCOSs in X satisfies the finite intersection property [FIP] iff every finite subfamily {< [K.sub.i1], [K.sub.i2], [K.sub.i3] >: i = 1,2, ...
Many neighbourhood-based services with management committees made up of interested local residents whose participation is vital find it increasingly difficult to attract and retain such committee members due to fear of litigation and feelings of being overwhelmed in the face of onerous bureaucratic accountability requirements (Harris, 2001; NCOSS, 2005; Suhood, Marks, & Waterford, 2006).
The elements in T are called neutrosophic crisp open sets (NCOSs for short) in X.
In New South Wales, the average working life of a new child welfare officer was approximately 8 months (NCOSS 1998) and skill shortages seem likely to continue (Meagher & Healy 2003).
NCOSS (1998) Survey of Department of Community Services Workforce, Sydney, New South Wales Council of Social Services.
The elements in [GAMMA] are called neutrosophic crisp open sets (NCOSs for short) in X.
Cox, Eva (1998) 'Promoting Social Capital', Shifting Ground Conference, NCOSS, 3-4 October 1998, Sydney.
* The authors are respectively, Research Associate, Centre of Full Employment and Equity; Senior Research Associate, Centre of Full Employment and Equity and NCOSS President; and Professor of Economics and Director, Centre of Full Employment and Equity.