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What does MA stand for?
MA stands for Map Analysis
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 141 other meanings of MA in our Acronym Attic
- Management Advocate
- Management Agent (metadirectory services)
- Management Analyst
- Mandelic Acid
- Mannheim, Germany (license plate)
- MANPRINT Assessment
- Manual (welding)
- Manual Assist (nursing)
- Manufacturing Approval
Samples in periodicals archive:
The map analysis section focuses on practical use of maps.
ITC has redeveloped the Market Access Map analysis tool, making market entry costs and rules more transparent.
Coordinate use, GPS use, and chapters on map analysis are also covered.
Also identified via pressure map analysis was a visual confirmation of the 'wobble' effect when walking in FitFlop sandals.
This new version of Coverity's architecture product incorporates the company's patented Software DNA Map analysis system to provide development teams with the ability to ensure the integrity of application architecture across development teams, analyze the complexity and dependencies of software systems, and identify errors that can create crash causing defects or security vulnerabilities.
Map Analysis, based Technium Aberystwyth, won the marketing excellence award.
There is no question that examining a topographic map by holding the large-format analog copy is preferable, from an ergonomic or aesthetic perspective, to looking at a smaller map area on the computer screen, or that many map analysis tasks can be more effectively carried out using large-format analog maps and images.