Such systems can maintain continuously fresh query views at extremely high update rates and have important applications in interactive Large-scale Data Analysis.
What does HUR stand for?
HUR stands for High Update Rate
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We have 9 other meanings of HUR in our Acronym Attic
- Hospital Universitário Pedro Ernesto (UERJ; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
- Hospital Universitario Professor Edgard Santos (Portuguese: Professor Edgard Santos University Hospital)
- Human Power Institute
- Harvard Urban Planning Organization (Harvard Graduate School of Design; Boston, MA)
- Human Proteome Organisation
- Handbook of University Policies and Procedures
- Hot Ultrapure Water
- Hardware Utilization Requirement
- Heat under Reflux
- Heatup Rate
- High Usage Report
- Hitachi Universal Replicator (software)
- Homes Using Radio
- Hovedstadens Udviklingsråd (Danish: Capital's Traffic and Development Council)
- Human Resources
- Hydrant Utilization Rate (US Air Force)
- Harvard University Retirees Association (Boston, MA)
- Health Utilisation Research Alliance (New Zealand)
- Huntington Urban Renewal Authority (West Virginia)
- Human Use Regulatory Affairs Advisor
Samples in periodicals archive:
The system provides ADS-B data to the Reykjavik Control Area Center, where controllers will utilize the accurate, high update rate surveillance picture to reduce the separation between ADS-B equipped aircraft.
This integration provides high update rate wireless attitude, heading, heave, surge, sway, pressure, sound velocity (SV) and acoustic positioning of any subsea object.
I'm taking a picture with a very high update rate and forwarding it over a system that has a slower update rate," he explained.
With intrinsically superior cost and surveillance advantages, the 3D multi-beam SKYSPY also has a high update rate over the total search volume in a multi-target environment under severe jamming and clutter conditions.
The availability of ADS-B information in near real time at a high update rate, and the reliability of satellite-based aircraft tracking will enable air traffic controllers to safely reduce the mandated separation between aircraft and will allow aircraft to fly more directly from one point to another over remote areas.
1 and 18 kilometres and an extremely high update rate it is able to detect suspicious movements on the ground, in the air or on the water at a very early stage.
By replacing the existing Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) with WAM, NATS controllers will receive high update rate, precise surveillance at a lower lifecycle cost than a new MSSR.