One ward was good, one acceptable and one sub-optimal .
What does SO stand for?
SO stands for Sub-Optimal
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We have 33 other meanings of SO in our Acronym Attic
- Steward Observatory (University of Arizona)
- Stewardship Ontario (Canada)
- Stockage Objective(s)
- Strategic Objective
- Strategic Outsourcing (IBM)
- Strike Out
- Strung Out (band)
- Stuck Open
- Student Organization
- Styrene Oxide
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the monitoring of the last immunization campaign, finger marking vaccination coverage in Punjab indicated that more than 10 percent of the union councils of Gujrat, Hafizabad, Jhelum, Lahore, Nankana Sahib, Rahimyar Khan and Sahiwal were marked as sub-optimal (un-satisfactory level of anti-polio vaccination coverage) where immunization coverage was below 95 percent.
Enforcing risk limits that are not modified by return expectations could lead to sub-optimal performance as the company rejects risks that exceed absolute limits even though they are priced to provide adequate risk-adjusted returns.
Today's delivery options, such as optical and multiple-gigabit links are costly and sub-optimal, respectively.
Poorly defined, documented, and enforceable roles and responsibilities at the OSD, joint, Service, and agency levels result in inefficient and sub-optimal program execution.
Milk producers should ensure that dairy cows grazing outside receive the right trace mineral balance, or risk the performance problems associated with sub-optimal mineral supplies, particularly rising cell counts.
Researchers have found that depressed patients have twice the odds of sub-optimal outcomes from periodontal treatment over one year compared to patients without depression according to a study in the Journal of Periodontology.
Either of these approaches can be reasonably applied to homogeneous environments that have relatively few attached resources (servers, storage), but they quickly become sub-optimal and cost-inefficient in heterogeneous environments requiring higher levels of connectivity.