IOU


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IOU

a corrupted abbreviated form of the words ‘I owe you’. It is a written acknowledgement of a debt. It is not a negotiable instrument, like a cheque, but maybe founded upon in court to make recovery of the sum more simple.
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The validation split is used to early stop the training; we monitor mean IoU for validation set and use patience of 50.
To keep rolling out innovative products, Iou Jia emphasizes R&D and in 2002 it won ISO 9001 certification.
The result of the IOU's second test is not difficult to guess.
[Trademark & Confusion] Does the "International Olympic University's" symbol (a golden goat with the letters "IOU" emanating from its head) infringe on the prior registered trademark symbol of "Old Ivy University" (a golden goat with the letters "OIU" emanating from its crown)?
Another important constituent for the IOU is the stockholder.
Diversification, especially in merchant generation, energy trading and foreign operations, caused IOU debt to balloon.
IOU is rich in economic reflections and insights, not least on the differences between John Maynard Keynes and Harry Dexter White, founders of the IMF and World Bank, over where to charge the cost of preserving global financial equilibrium.
* book of IOUs for one or more of the following: home-cooked meals, baked goods, respite care, household chores or repairs, yard work, chauffeuring, running errands;
IOU bought 385 shares at 154p in May 1999 - before the show's launch - and sold a year later for 350p each.
It can so happen that a person who "deposits" a sum of money with his banker really means to buy an IOU plus redemption promise.
367 is known as the "Water and Wastewater System Regulatory Law," and it empowers the PSC to have exclusive jurisdiction over each IOU in the water and wastewater industry with respect to its authority, service, and rates.