OQS

AcronymDefinition
OQSOpen Query System
OQSObject Query Service
OQSOperational Quality Standards (airlines)
OQSOffsite Quality Surveillance
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The OQS will also be granted permission to use Oxford Quality School logo strip on promotional literature, websites, and signboards.
"With respect to the nomination in the Men's Under-80kg weight category, the OQS Panel is requesting a meeting at the earliest possible opportunity with the British Taekwondo Selection Committee."
Firstly, the SQS-DS scheme was run, and the optimal number of males and females selected and the accuracies of EBV for both sexes obtained from this scheme were used as the inputs for OQS to obtain the optimal QTL genotype value over generations (Tang and Li, 2006).
Annual genetic gain and annual rate of inbreeding over 15 years on standard truncation selection and dynamic selection for OQS, SQS and CBLUPS are listed in Table 3.
From Table 3, SQS resulted in the greatest annual rate of inbreeding, followed by OQS. CBULPS resulted in the smallest annual rate of inbreeding.
The trends of cumulative gain about ABV and average inbreeding coefficient for OQS, SQS and CBLUPS in two selection procedures are illustrated in Figure 1.
The curves in frequencies for three QTL haplotypes of BF and D100 are displayed in Figure 2 for SQS, OQS and CBLUPS.
Quite different trends in haplotype frequencies are observed for OQS and SQS schemes (Figure 2).
A comparison of the rates of response and inbreeding obtained with truncation selection and dynamic selection with different contributions of sire-age classes for CBLUPS, SQS and OQS is shown in Table 4.
For OQS, SQS and CBLUPS, the average annual genetic gains and the cumulative terminal gains in DS with different annual rates of inbreeding (Kim et al., 2006) are listed in Table 4.
Figure 3 shows the cumulative genetic gain and average inbreeding coefficient for SQS, OQS and CBLUPS in DS with different annual rates of inbreeding.
Although only a limited number of scenarios were investigated, the results indicate that the extended rule can strictly constrain the annual rate of inbreeding to a predefined value for SQS, OQS and CBLUPS, and can obtain greater selection response than TS in a population with overlapping generations and different lifetimes between sires and dams.