Appropriate application contexts around human communication goals will then be developed, using these evaluation methods in a series of pilots.
What does AC stand for?
AC stands for Application Context
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- Apelação Cível (Civil Appeal; Brazil)
- Aperture Card Sil Negative
- Apollo's Chariot (Busch Gardens roller coaster)
- Apostolic Carmel (Catholic congregation)
- Appeal Cases
- Appeals Council (Social Security)
- Appellation Contrôlée (beverages)
- Apple Cider
- Apple Computer
Samples in periodicals archive:
This is where the heavy lifting of integration gets done, because this is where the application context is kept and where the best security and Web services infrastructure is available.
According to the NIST team, while it's relatively easy to put nanoparticles in a solution at a particular pH and to study the stability of the suspension over long times, it is difficult to tell what happens when the particles are suddenly exposed to a different level of acidity as often occurs in environmental and application contexts.
International contributors present examples and models of doing sociology in country-specific, non-Western, post- Communist, postmodern, world, and application contexts.
For many document-centric processes, the document becomes the new application context.
In other words, if you've got a FICO of 675, which in a traditional mortgage application context should qualify you for reasonably good terms, forget about a fast-track rate freeze.
Myth 4: Network devices can understand the application context To correctly protect web applications and web services, a full understanding of the application structure and logic must be acquired.