RNSSRadio Navigation Satellite Service (ITU)
RNSSRoyal Naval Scientific Service (United Kingdom)
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The case was initiated on the basis of an application received by the CCI under Section 46 of the Competition Act, 2002 (the Act) read with Competition Commission of India (Lesser Penalty) Regulations, 2009 (LPR), from NSK/ RNSS. Thereafter, during the pendency of investigation, JTEKT/ JSAI also approached the CCI by filing an application under the Section 46 of the Act read with the LPR.
In terms thereof, the penalty to be imposed upon NSK/RNSSwas computed at the rate of 4% of the relevant turnover of RNSS and uponJTEKT/JSAI,at the rate of 1 time of the relevant profit of JSAI.Also, considering the totality of facts and circumstances of the case, penalty, in terms of Section 27 (b) of the Act, to be imposed on the individuals of NSK and JTEKT, held liable under Section 48 of the Act, was computed at the rate of 10 percent of the average of their income for the preceding three years.
In view of the fact that NSK/ RNSS was the first to approach the Commission as a Lesser Penalty applicant and had provided complete, true and full disclosures, 100 percent reduction in penalty was granted to NSK/ RNSS and its individuals and the penalty to be paid by them is nil.
In conclusion, there is a variation in the provision of career growth opportunities to RNSs. This can potentially have a negative impact on staff recruitment and retention.
To control and balance the production of ROSs and RNSs, the cell builds up a set of antioxidants and detoxifying enzymes such as superoxide dismutase, catalyze, and glutathione peroxidase that can scavenge excessive ROSs or RNSs beyond the antioxidant capacity of the organism called oxidative stress is encountered in many pathological conditions such as diabetes and diabetic complications.
During oxidative stress, the activity of antioxidant enzymes is inhibited, while the concentration of reactive nitrogen species (RNSs) or ROS increases dramatically.
In this section, we apply rough tri-complex similarity measures between RNSs to the multi-criteria decision making problem.
There are two types of messages issued by SNs: RNSs and OESs as described in Section 1.
Correlation coefficient between rough neutrosophic sets (RNSs) is yet to define in the literature.
Assume that there are any two RNSs A = <([T.sub.A]([x.sub.i]), [I.sub.A]([x.sub.i]), [F.sub.A]([x.sub.i])), ([bar.[T.sub.A]([x.sub.i]),[I.sub.A]([x.sub.i])],[bar.[F.sub.A]([x.sub.i])]), > and B = <([[T.sub.B]([x.sub.i]).bar],[[I.sub.B]([x.sub.i]).bar],[[F.sub.B]([x.sub.i]).ba r]), ([bar.[T.sub.B]([x.sub.i]),[I.sub.B]([x.sub.i])],[bar.[F.sub.B]([x.sub.i])])>.
RNSS will calculate the lower and upper approximations for all the elements of universe U.
RNSS is based on Neutrosophic logic and fuzzy set is based on fuzzy logic instituted by L.A.