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CPW

(1) (Commercial Processing Workload) An IBM metric for system performance. CPW is designed for business applications that have a significant amount of input/output. The IBM CIW (Computational Intensive Workload) is a measurement geared to process bound applications rather than I/O bound.

(2) (Cpw) An open source framework for writing OpenGL applications. Modeled after the OpenGL Utility Library (GLUT), Cpw was written by Jim Mathies.
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The precipitate was re-suspended and transferred to a new centrifuge tube, being the volume completed with the following CPW solutions with different sucrose gradients: 30, 25, 20, 21, 18, and 15S (5 mL for each solution sucrose).
As CPW developed and more warehouse staff was hired, the Wedge leased two refrigerated trucks and started making deliveries to other cooperative groceries in the area.
In this work, we consider a practical planar design that periodically loads a host CPW network with discrete reactive elements.
Dianne Burger's stated mission for CPW America and Corinth is to strive for excellence in everything they do.
CPW can have a lower loss tangent than microstrip (signals coupled mostly through air) and higher skin effect losses (fields concentrated on the edges of trace and grounds).
He became a General Mills executive vice president in 1996, and in 1999 returned from CPW to become General Mills vice chairman and a member of the company's board of directors.
The stock solution of CPW buffer is a 5 X concentrated veronal saline buffer (VBS, pH 7.
The CPW transmission line is reversibly driven from the low-loss superconducting state to the high-loss normal state when the microwave currents within the device exceed a critical value.
That works out to $73 per CPW on 5250 OLTP workloads.
New Haven: Yale UP, 1953-82; abbreviated CPW in text.