TUT

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AcronymDefinition
TUTTutorial (File Name Extension)
TUTTutankhamun
TUTTampere University of Technology (Tampere, Finland)
TUTThe Ultimate Truth
TUTTake Your Time
TUTToyohashi University of Technology (Japan)
TUTTshwane University of Technology (South Africa)
TUTTutorial File
TUTTime Under Tension (athletic training)
TUTThe Ultimate Troubleshooter (software)
TUTTallinn University of Technology (Estonia)
TUTTariffa Urbana a Tempo (Italian phone billing)
TUTTransistor Under Test (electricity)
TUTTargets-Under-Trees
TUTTechnical User Test
TUTTheft by Unlawful Taking
TUTTanks Under Trees
TUTThievery Unreal Tournament (Unreal Tournament game mod)
TUTTDRSS Unscheduled Time
TUTTactical Users Terminal
TUTTechnology Upgrade to Teams
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The publication costs of this article were covered by Tallinn University of Technology and the Estonian Academy of Sciences.
The task of the provider is to design and reconstruct the gallery of the tallinn university of technology u03 study building.
To do this, Chandrasekar and Chaudhri began collaborating with Hillar Aben, a professor at Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia.
Ringa Raudla, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
In all six people were evacuated, some of whom went to spend the night with relatives and some were accommodated in a dormitory of the local college of Tallinn University of Technology situated across the street.
1) Department of Computer Control, Tallinn University of Technology, Ehitajate tee 5, 19086 Tallinn, Estonia
Paul the Apostle University for Information Science and Technology and Tallinn University of Technology has also been initiated, primarily with a view to sharing experience in building innovation campuses for startup companies and adapting teaching programs to business sector needs.
Master of Science, Tallinn University of Technology (1976).
In Estonia, first and foremost the Tallinn University of Technology and the University of Tartu have the researchers, material means and facilities for working out innovative products the Estonian economy requires in order to ensure Estonia's transfer to knowledge-based economy.
Fjodor Sergejev, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia