OAAS

AcronymDefinition
OAASOrchestration as a Service (computing)
OAASOptimization as a Service
OAASOntario Association of Agricultural Societies (Canada)
OAASOkanagan Aboriginal AIDS Society (Canada)
OAASOhio Association of Adult Services (Worthington, OH)
OAASObserver Assessment of Alertness and Sedation
OAASOld Age Allowance Scheme (Bangladesh)
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In the context of Chilean regulations, two strategies are in place to manage the exploitation of algal resources, Open Access Areas (OAA) and Management and Exploitation Areas for Benthic Resources (MEABR) (Vasquez et al., 2012).
Despite this single example of success, no standardized program, process, or training packages exist for the other GHE OAAs conducted by DOD.
The TSC LOO provides a mechanism to advise and guide the planning of all TSC-related OAAs conducted by the other four LOOs and PACAF as a whole.
Some important distinguishing features of the OAAS model from several other families of circulation models are in the details of the numerical scheme [31,32,41].
Jess then went on to offer optically active additive (OAA) pigments as a possible solution for complying with IMO's inspection criteria, which can be a challenging task to undertake.
1: Establish Organ Allocation Areas for Livers - The DHHS Final Rule [should] be implemented by the establishment of Organ Allocation Areas (OAAs) for livers-each serving a population base of at least 9 million people (unless such an area would exceed the limits of acceptable cold ischemic time).
The influence of protection was associated to the management regimes operating in this region, we sampled (a) areas with restricted access for fishing (RAA), and (b) open access areas (OAAs).