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AcronymDefinition
OSOperating System
OSOh Shoot (polite form)
OSOculus Sinister (Latin: Left Eye)
OSOpen Source
OSOpen Systems
OSOn Schedule
OSOld Style
OSOld School
OSOnline Services
OSOne Side
OSOverall Survival
OSOn-Site
OSOff Screen (cinematography)
OSOuter Space
OSOut of Stock
OSOffice of the Secretary
OSOverseas
OSOffice Support
OSOrdnance Survey
OSOmaha Steaks (meat company)
OSOld Style (or Old System; referring to Julian Calendars)
OSOrlando Sentinel (Orlando, FL newspaper)
OSOutsourcing Services
OSOutput Status
OSAustrian Airlines (IATA airline code)
OSOperational Security
OSOld Stuff :-)
OSOcean Springs (Mississippi)
OSOversize
OSOliver Stone (director)
OSOsmium
OsOrioles (Baltimore baseball team)
OSOld Spice (after shave brand)
OSOcean Shores (Washington)
OSOut-of-Service
OSOvershoot
OSOwen Sound (City, Canada)
OSOff Stage
osOssetian (language identifier; RFC 3066)
OSOn Scene
OSOver the Shoulder (cinematography)
OSOversold (stock market)
OSOxygen Sensor
OSOutlaw Star (action-anime)
OSOnly Son
OSOs Giken (automotive racing parts manufacturer)
OSObservational Study
OSOrthopedic Surgeon
OSOver Speed
OSOperations Specialist (USN Rating)
OSOpen Sockets (Diablo II gaming)
OSOptical Scanning
OSOver Stock
OSOlympiska Spelen (Swedish: Olympic Games)
OSOwn Ship
OSOld Saxon
OSOberseminar
OSOutdoor Skills
OSOsijek, Croatia (license plate)
OSOutstation
OSOrganizational Support
OSOperserv (IRC Operator Server)
OSOnboard Software
OSOcean Surveillance
OSOrdinary Seaman
OSOff Scene
OSOffice of Security
OSOffice Superintendent
OSObsidian Sanctum (World of Warcraft)
OSOrdinary Seaman (Canadian naval rank)
OSOperations Squadron
OSOrder Statistic
OSOrbital Station
OSOffice of Systems
OSOil Separator
OSOutput Spy
OSOffice of Sustainability
OSOperating Standard
OSOperating Statement
OSOhr Somayach (school)
OSOpening Snap (mitral valve)
OSOffensive Support
OSOptical Sight
OSOuvrier Spécialisé (French: semi-skilled worker)
OSObiettivi Specifici
OSOpen Skies treaty
OSOfficer's Statement (performance evaluation)
OSObservation Squadron
OSOperational Suitability
OSOrthopterists' Society
OSObject Slice
OSOperating Strength
OSOrganized Stalking
OSOptical Silicon (semiconductor chip components)
OSOver Shield (Halo video game)
OSOvertime Scheduled
OSOblates of Wisdom
OSOperationalizing the Strategy
OSOgawa Shigeo (Engines)
OSOtm Shank Jazz Quintet (band)
OSOrganic Signal
OSOrienting Station (surveyed reference location for artillery position)
OSOrdnance Specification
OSOperational Superintendence (on overtime forms)
OSOld Silcoatian (Silcoates School, Wakefield, UK)
OSOregon State (also seen as OSU)
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Because of the global economic slowdown, we have reached Earth Overshoot Day one day later than last year, according to Global Footprint Network projections.
Because of the global economic slowdown, we will reach Earth Overshoot Day one day later than last year, according to Global Footprint Network projections.
when only one set of PI controllers parameters is used, the system has reached its new stationary state with overshoot of 4,11 [%], while when two sets of PI controllers parameters are used, the system response overshoot is 1,35 [%].
Overshoot was examined because it is the aberration with the largest amplitude and would be the most obviously sensitive to jitter.
In the United Kingdom, there was an overshoot of recovered paper collected ill 2001 relative to the amount of paper consumed.
Often a technique called pre-emphasis is used by a transmitter to limit the overshoot during consecutive 1's or 0's.
He also said the CAA were satisfied the overshoot fell within safety regulations.
The European Commission strenuously objects to the action taken since the overshoot was largely due to the failure of US Customs to record declared imports against the EU quota.
The market couldn't overshoot in a billion years," said Robert Gray, a former trader with First Interstate.
Adaptive reset shows a dramatic improvement, with no lag or overshoot, coming right back to setpoint in only seven minutes.
Using these sample regions, McNeill examines the dual source of degradation and decline: ecological overshoot and economic underdevelopment.
According to World3, one potential consequence of overshoot is collapse, but other scenarios are possible.