NFIR

AcronymDefinition
NFIRNonlinear Finite Impulse Response
NFIRNational Federation of Indian Railway men
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The NFIR model order q was chosen as 2, and the maximal time lag n was chosen as 4.
NFIR said that the anomaly was ignored in the 7th Pay Commission as well.
There are two main officially recognised unions at the national level: the pro-congress National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR) and the pro-left socialist All India Railway Federation (AIRF).
There are others which are keeping at least dozens each to their name." Jha was pointing to AIRF and NFIR. He also talked about the documents showing at least 53 such properties.
3 is to optimize the NFIR model structure and the associated parameters.
They are the All- India Railwaymen Federation ( AIRF) -- the largest union with over 1 million members, the National Federation of Indian Railwaymen ( NFIR), the Federation of Railway Officers' Association ( FROA), the All- India RPF Association ( AIRPFA) and the Indian Railway Promotee Officers' Association ( IRPOF).
All fire department, fire protection district and township fire department applicants were required to have participated in the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) for a minimum of two years prior to applying.
Fire Administration's National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) and a survey conducted by The Hartford on fire safety and prevention behaviors among the general population.
The fresh funds will allow the firm to zero in on newer technologies, including mobile, tablet-based inspections and web-based National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) reporting.
Using the past 3 years of data, for 2003 to 2005, from the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) database, the yearly national fire loss for fires on nonadult school properties is estimated at $85 million.
For 1990, the National Fire Incidence Reporting System (NFIRS) ranked heating devices as the second leading cause of deaths among children and older adults from fires with known causes, and, in general, cooking and heating devices were reported to be the most common cause (39 percent) of residential fires [13,14].