Urs Gleim, head of the Parallel Systems research group at Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, in Germany, is chairing the MTAPI Working Group, with technical experts participating from industry and academia including: ENEA, Freescale Semiconductor, Institut National des Sciences Appliquees de Rennes, Qualcomm, Plurality, PolyCore Software, Siemens, Texas Instruments, University of Houston, and Wind River.
What does SRG stand for?
SRG stands for Systems Research Group (various locations)
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We have 202 other meanings of SRG in our Acronym Attic
- Standards Release Guide
- Strategic Resource Group, Inc.
- Student Reference Guide
- Student Research Grant (various schools)
- Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge (New Hampshire area)
- Supplément de Revenu Garanti (French: Guaranteed Income Supplement; Canada)
- Surface Relief Grating
- SurgiCare, Inc. (stock symbol)
- Suriname Guilder (ISO currency code)
- Sustainable Growth Rate
- Strategic Response Group Disorder Control Unit (New York Police Department)
- Schuylkill River Greenway Association (Pottstown, PA)
- Self-Reconfigurable Gate Array (computer architecture)
- Sub Regional Government Accounts (UK)
- Swedish Reference Group for Antibiotics
- Sydney Roleplaying Games Association (Sydney, Australia)
- Silastic Ring Gastric Bypass (gastroenterology)
- Standard Red Green Blue (color model)
- Survey Research Group of Bangladesh
- Suunto Reduced Gradient Bubble Model
Samples in periodicals archive:
Gian Salk of the Physics of Nanoscale Systems research group at IBM Research--Zurich explains, "If all couples start with the women facing north, after a while the rotating pairs are oriented in different directions.
Walters, of the Crop & Soil Systems Research Group at the Scottish Agricultural College, Edinburgh, delineates the many dangers plants face and the systems they use to ward them off.
The study, by David Vallejo, from the ORETO Applied Intelligent Systems research group of the UCLM, could be used to penalise incorrect behaviour.
Prof Richard Burrows, from the Maritime Environmental and Water Systems Research Group in the university's Department of Engineering, said: "Unlike the wind, tides are absolutely predictable.