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Liesener, 2003), developed with special reference to persons with disabilities and from diverse backgrounds, provides a framework for organizing, selecting, and implementing concepts from career theories and career intervention practices.
The SEC noted there may be other "suitable, recognized" control frameworks, including "Guidance on Assessing Control," published by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA), www.
On the other hand, it is not difficult to follow that mental frameworks cannot end at the general scientific conceptual scheme; there must be further mental background to support conceptually our scientific schemes.
These forward-thinking vendors are currently taking their browser-based portal frameworks and breaking them down into sections, regions or blocks, where static content and dynamic applications can exist seamlessly and conveniently together.
The agencies seek comment on simplified capital frameworks for noncomplex banks and thrift institutions that would conform to the underlying principles of a revised Basel Accord and maintain the principles of prudential supervision, yet would relieve unnecessary regulatory burden.
Object-Oriented Application Frameworks (OOAFs) are quickly becoming strategic assets for organizations across all business sectors, perhaps due to the recognition that re-engineering failures may be occurring at a rate as high as 70% [Fingar 1996].
Enterprise Frameworks address such broad application domains as telecommunications, avionics, financial services, and manufacturing.
Compared with the tight crystal lattice of diamond or sodium chloride, regular molecular frameworks made with rodlike units host spacious interconnected cavities.
Management Frameworks to Build Upon Widely Adopted SNIA SMI-S Standard
Object-oriented application frameworks are a promising technology for reifying proven software designs and implementations in order to reduce the cost and improve the quality of software.
Mainframe"), (TSX:MFE), a leading Canadian computer generated (CG) animation production company, and Infinite Frameworks ("Frameworks"), an award-winning visual effects and animation studio based in Singapore, have teamed up to co-produce the new computer animated series, "GHOST HUNTER DAX," about a kid who discovers that he inherited the job of Ghost Hunter from a legendary Chinese warrior.
Eclipse is an open source community whose projects are focused on providing an extensible development platform and application frameworks for building software.