TELOS


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TELOSThe Electronic Library of Science (Springer-Verlag publishing imprint)
TELOSTechnical, Economic, Legal, Operational, Schedule (feasibility study)
TELOSTelematics Enhanced Language Learning and Tutoring Systems
TELOSTechnology for Electronic Library Organization and the Semantic Web
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"We are excited to be back with our friends in Asia Pacific at BroadcastAsia 2019, and are bringing new and thoughtful solutions to market based on our closeness to major broadcasters in the region, including our latest IP audio, VoIP, and powerful audio processing solutions," says Marty Sacks, VP of Sales, Support, and Marketing at the Telos Alliance.
Telos is an AWS technology, consulting, and public sector partner.
Aristotle's notions of telos, goals and linear time also raise the issue of the semantic ambiguity of 'ends': in one sense these are limiting points, but also, importantly, the term denotes a will to pursue these ends as political goals.
In order to articulate how humans thrive, a picture of humanity's purpose or telos must be provided.
En este sentido, se observa como este numero de TELOS presenta diversos temas relacionados con la gerencia, educacion, derecho, entre otros temas, que destacan la publicacion interdisciplinaria de la misma en la busqueda constante de la mejora del conocimiento.
The Telos Alliance Director of Multimedia Education, Kirk Harnack, led the conference "Adaptive Multi-Rate Streaming Audio: High/Medium/Low Bitrate Conundrum Solved".
In this week's blog, Postema talks about how the ancient Greeks used the word Telos, to describe the full given purpose of something.
Hence, the story Lawlor tells has an explicit telos, and yet that telos is defined by the idea that thought is no longer governed by "the telos of
Dolomite's Telos is an innovative system for high-throughput droplet, particle and flow product generation.
One of the organizations gaining the most attention on this issue is the Telos Group, a Washington-based not-for-profit set up five years ago that describes itself as "pro-Israeli, pro-Palestinian, pro-American, and pro-peace." In an interview on Glenn Beck's "TheBlaze TV," Brog singled out Telos, saying: "This is not your parents' anti-Israel group.
Drawing from Aristotle, Leeman describes teleology as a system of ethics that is integral to the essential nature of the matter at hand; achieving the telos, or ideal goal, is an endless process, for one can never fully attain it.
Academic Freedom and the Telos of the Catholic University