UQP

AcronymDefinition
UQPUniversity of Queensland Press (Australia)
UQPUnconstrained Binary Quadratic Problem
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UQP represents over 25 companies, across different maritime sectors, and we're confident this mix will expand our business in the important Norwegian market," he added.
Allen & Unwin publishes around 250 titles annually, and it is telling that a medium-sized university press, UQP, with around 60 titles annually, ranks in the top 6.
Bruce Bennett in Australian Short Fiction: a History (UQP, 2002) says of Chads' work "Like Tasma, Ellen Augusta Chads wrote largely in the romance mode, but without Tasma's subtlety or wit.
Markus, The 1967 Referendum: Race, Power and the Australian Constitution, 2nd edition, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 2007; Sue Taffe, Black and White Together, FCAATSI: the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, UQP, St Lucia, 2005.
(7) In fact this claim is not quite true of the Knopf edition (and therefore of the Faber: see preceding note), which added an editorial subtitle: "A NOVEL." Pons is commenting on the UQP first paperback printing.
Subtitled A Celebration of Fiction and Poetry from UQP's Black Writing Series, this anthology both gains and loses from the tightness of its focus.
"Inventing Anzac--The Digger and National Mythology," Graham Seal, UQP, 2004
The associated CCP model is solved by first re-casting it into the form of an unconstrained quadratic binary program (UQP) which is then solved by a tabu search heuristic.
Ashley Mallett's newest book, The Black Lords of Summer, his fourth for UQP, purports to be historical and is possibly his most ambitious work.