"We created WIO
to work in conjunction with a device's IMU, correcting any errors and improving the accuracy of speed and distance calculations," says Muhammad Shahzad, co-corresponding author of the paper and an assistant professor of computer science at NC State.
System is a fast, bi-directional wireless I/O system for replacing industrial hardwired applications.
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Specifically, it describes the way in which an extensive array of primary and secondary data, were compiled in a manner that facilitated the construction of water-use-input-output (WIO
) models for both the Daly River (NT), and the Mitchell River (QLD) catchments of northern Australia.
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American exporters had one of their best years in 2011, shipping $1.48 trillion worth of goods, according to the WIO
. National merchandise exports rose 16 percent in 2011, following a surge of 21 percent in 2010, making the United States the world's second-largest merchandise exporter in 2011, according to a recent summary released by the World Trade Organization.
The congress, which has attracted over 10,000 attendees and has become the largest congress ever held in Abu Dhabi, is today hosting a presentation by the global Women in Ophthalmology (WIO
) group, which has launched its first WOC International Women in Ophthalmology Symposium at WOC 2012.
Summary: Preparations are underway in Abu Dhabi to launch the world's first Forum for Women In Ophthalmology (WIO
The board of directors of AAO-HNS established a section on Women in Otolaryngology (WIO
These are already found in WIO
agreements, and indeed in some of Australia's more recent investment treaties.
) graduated in optometry from City University in 1985, and after a pre-reg with Dollond & Aitchison, worked for Boots Opticians in Brent Cross until the mid 1990's.
In a note to his translation of the Wio
Dweorh ("Against a Dwarf") charm, Glosecki observes that "the charm reflects pre-modern impressions of the 'dwarf' popularized in more recent folktale and fantasy.