has clearly started to slow as overall macroeconomic conditions and a degree of saturation have begun to impact the market.
What does DOS stand for?
DOS stands for Degree of Saturation
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We have 261 other meanings of DOS in our Acronym Attic
- Date Of Separation
- Date of Service (health insurance)
- Date of Sobriety (recovery programs)
- Daughter of Satan
- Day of Show
- Days of Supply (US DoD)
- Dead on Scene
- Dean of Students
- Declaration of Safety
- Declaration of Security
- Degree of Scattering
- Degree of Superiority (algorithm comparison)
- Dementia Observation System (psychology)
- Democratic Opposition of Serbia
- Demokratska Opozicija Srbije (Democratic Opposition of Serbia; Coalition of Democratic Political Serbian Parties)
- Denial Of Service (attack)
- Denied Originating Service
- Densité d'Occupation des Sols (French: Density Land Use; France and Canada)
- Density of States
- Denver Orchid Society
Samples in periodicals archive:
Thus, the degree of saturation reported in the graph is only relative, within the bounds indicated within the graph.
Other figures apparently advance or recede according to their degree of saturation.
Using Eq 20 it is predicted that the degree of saturation in Spence's experiments is very close to unity.
Further, such processes depend on the degree of saturation of the porous medium.
As many readers will appreciate, oils and fats have a certain resistance to oxidation and, depending on their degree of saturation and the natural or added antioxidants present, the storage periods may be increased to a greater or lesser extent.