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What does CM stand for?

CM stands for Computation Method

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Academic and industry scientists and engineers from Europe, Australia, and Tunisia working in mechanics, materials engineering, electronics, software engineering, and signal processing, as well as system users from civil engineering, aviation, power plants, wind turbines, chemical and petrochemical plants, and railways sectors address the fields of structural health monitoring, non-destructive evaluation, and condition monitoring, in addition to advanced measurement techniques, signal processing theory and applications, and computation methods.
MURA), a federation of 15 universities that lasted from 1953 to 1967, was responsible for the invention of fixed field alternating gradient accelerators, as well as important contributions to accelerator orbit theory, radio frequency acceleration techniques, colliding beams technology, orbit instabilities, computation methods, and designs of accelerator magnets and linear accelerator cavities.
Second, the no-tax-due thresholds, discounts, and the E-Z computation method do not apply to an upper-tier entity if, before the attribution of any total revenue by a lower-tier entity to an upper-tier entity, the lower-tier entity does not meet the criteria.
This computation method allows, for instance, the computer-based reproduction of the aurora phenomena and the validation of atmospheric cycles and processes of cloud and rain formation, and is having a significant impact in many areas of research.
Walmsley and his colleagues suspected that classical interference such as that between intersecting light waves, could lead to a computation method analogous to the interference aspect of quantum computing.
The notion that a "side-by-side" tax computation method is necessary, just in case someone doesn't pay enough taxes the regular way, is absurd.