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VECTORVideo Exploration of Careers, Transitions, Opportunities and Realities (Canadian Foundation for Economic Education)
VECTORVisualisation of the Exposure of Cyclists to Traffic On Roads (Europe)
VECTORVectoring, Extremely Short Takeoff and Landing Control and Tail-Less Operation Research (X-31 research aircraft)
VECTORValue-added Enterprise Communications Through Open-systems Resources (Sprint)
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This study also covers company profiling, specifications and product picture, sales, market share and contact information of various regional, international and local vendors of Global Thrust Vector Control System (TVC) Market.
As an operating executive at Vector Capital, Dennis led the Aspect acquisition process alongside Vector's investment team.
While working at CDC, Captain Michael Herring and I developed a vector and pest control course in collaboration with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) and a group of subject matter expects.
The first n-components of [P.sub.i] are as shown in the original vector [Q.sub.i-1] and the last component [x.sub.i].
Following Jaguar's announcement in October 2017 to become the exclusive title partner of Vector, the team will attempt further world and national records over the next 18 months as part of a major initiative to push the boundaries of performance and to showcase British engineering.
There will be no changes to Vector's strategy, investment process or day-to-day operations.
Amelie Boulais Raveneau, Vaccine Platform marketing manager at SSB, said, "We're very proud to have been selected by ABL Europe to supply single-use process technologies and analytics specifically designed for use throughout ABL's viral vector manufacturing process train.
The two most important groups of arthropod vectors are ticks and mosquitoes.
The often-used techniques are the eigenvector, geometric mean, and logarithm least square methods, all of which basically derive a crisp weight vector from a crisp comparison matrix.
The curves of the considered process in three phases determine the radius vector x(t) = [[[x.sub.a](t) [x.sub.b](t) [x.sub.c](t)].sup.*] with values in the 3dimensional space [X.sup.(3)] (3-dimensional curve x(t) [member of] [X.sup.(3)], abbreviated 3-curve).