OTDS

AcronymDefinition
OTDSOverall Trade-Distorting Domestic Support
OTDSOverall Trade-Distorting Support
OTDSOnboard Threat Detection System
OTDSOpen Touristic Data Standard (computing)
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3, 4 and 5 show several snapshots of the event detection results using OTDS, DFDW, and the proposed algorithm, respectively, with 20% node fault rate and red solid dots representing the normal nodes that misjudged as errors, that is, the newly introduced error nodes.
OTDs can be created during the diverse workable synthesis strategies (e.g., doping [12-14], loading [15, 16], and constructing Z-scheme photocatalytic system [17]) and can also be found in many kinds of efficient photocatalysts (e.g., solid solution [18], heterostructure composites [17, 19], and multilayer films [20]).
of base OTDS (greater than 40%) in terms of the value of its total
1 and 2, Australian Government Publishing Service (AGPS), Canberra, 1982; Committee of Inquiry into Medical Education and Medical Workforce, Australian Medical Education and Workforce into the 21st Century, AGPS, Canberra, 1988; National Advisory Committee on Skills Recognition (NASCR) and overseas trained doctors (OTDs), Migrant Skills Newsletter, no.
(1) These reports have documented Australia's growing dependence on overseas trained doctors (OTDs) and our concern about deficiencies in the assessment of these doctors prior to their practice of medicine here.
Flight price data will be available to the partners immediately in EDF and INFX format, and shortly also in OTDS. The data are to be obtained directly from airberlin.
Thousands of overseas trained doctors (OTDs) are being recruited each year to practice medicine in Australia who have not had to pass a formal test of their medical knowledge or clinical skills.
overall trade-distorting support (OTDS) subject to WTO spending limits stood at $8.52 billion in 2007, down from $11.34 billion in 2006.
Controversies about the number of overseas-trained doctors (OTDs) and their readiness to practise medicine in Australia have come to a head in the scandalous outcomes of the surgical procedures conducted by Dr Jayant Patel at the Bundaberg Base Hospital between 2003 and 2005.
The 'publicly available audit of Overseas Trained Doctor's (OTDs) performance' is proposed as a solution, without a concept of what such an audit of performance might measure.
Overseas trained doctors (OTDs) are playing an important role as medical officers and specialists in the Australian public hospital system and as general practitioners in 'area of need' locations.