SIGACT

AcronymDefinition
SIGACTSpecial Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation Theory
SIGACTSignificant Activity
SIGACTSpecial Interest Group on Automata & Computability Theory
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The Cohort used actual data and information to prioritize the discrete problems so that our largest and most critical problem--the inability to share information quickly--was narrowed down to sharing essential elements of SIGACTS quickly.
This required staff members to manage SIGACTs and requests for information and to set the stage for other staff activities, such as fragmentary order management.
Preliminary efforts during my tour were underway with SIGACT web services that allow data sharing between CIDNE and TIGR.
SIGACTs. This shows recent activities which affect the mission, such as enemy contact or civilian black marketing.
(14) Though SIGACT reporting could have declined somewhat since 2017, there are no indications of a blackout of reporting that would create a two-thirds reduction in reported incidents.
Because we believed that Paktika would be our future area of operation (AO), TBOC spent weeks pulling recent SIGACTs and current network information to build a scenario with the same SIGACTs and names that our battalion would encounter in Paktika.
For example, one key data element within a CPOF repository is the SigActs table, which records the significant actions of relevance to a particular unit.
A CoIST Soldier manned the radio and relayed information to the rest of the team so that SIGACT information was immediately fed into the storyboards and debriefings.
Student fees are being subsidized by contributions from AT&T Labs, Bell Labs, Bellcore, IBM, and ACM's SIGACT, SIGARCH, SIGMETRICS, and SIGPLAN.
(w) The author uses the phrase "shootings" to describe events in his SIGACT dataset such as small arms fire, precision small arms fire, close quarter assassination, and "complex" attack types that do not include explosive devices.
Among them are the Commander's Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs); the Battle Rhythm; a significant events (SIGACT) log; and even a phone book or contact list.
In Proceedings of the Seventeenth ACM SIGACT SIGMOD SIGART Symposium on Principles of Database Systems (Pods '98), 254-265.