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The LIMS structure encapsulating common modules and the step wise workflow of the LIMS from requisition to information deliver and LIMS in terms of application has been discussed along with a distribution channel that elaborates flow from designing of software to final installation of software thereby helping in laboratory information management.
Auto Business News-February 28, 2012--Nissan Motor Company expects Common Module Family platform to reduce costs and increase parts sharing(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
Trentin, Salvador, Forza and Rungtusanatham 2011) in order to conceive of the vignette as comprising two separate but related modules of information: a common module and an experimental cues module.
General Dynamics has received a contract modification from the US Marine Corps System Command to produce a further nine capability set II Combat Operations Centers along with 18 common modules.
So the e-learning agent model consists of four parts: (a) teacher module, (b) student module, (c) administrator module, and (d) common module (Gong & Cai, 2002a; Gong, 2003; Gong & Cai, 2003).
An important design feature of JTRS is the high level of modularity and commonality in software and hardware that will enable users in the operational environment to reconfigure/reprogram common modules to meet changing missions.
These agreements included many of the weapon systems mentioned above plus the Black Hawk helicopter, Air-to-Air Stinger (Block I) launcher, Hydra 70 rocket system and Modular Forward looking Infrared common modules.
Seeing Through a Storm With its second-generation thermal imager, IBAS addresses the shortcomings of the first-generation common module FLIRs used on the M2A2 Bradley in Operation Desert Storm.