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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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In keeping with the Administrations goal of improving hunting opportunities through shared conservation stewardship, CPW and the BLM will focus on improving habitat on the Dry Mesa and Tatum Draw areas of the NCA.
0023) the antenna simply consists of low dielectric loss substrate, half-circle shaped ground plane, circle radiator, horizontal stubs and CPW feeding line.
The feed line of the proposed antenna is CPW and is connected to a 50 [ohm] SMA connector.
Three public meetings were held over the fall and numerous public comments were considered by the CPW before it reached its decision.
Almost every range awarded funding has a major youth education component to it, which is an important priority for CPW.
The initial state of the extratropical atmosphere must also be considered and accurately represented in the model in order to correctly predict the evolution of the vortex under the influence of CPW or EPW forcing.
In addition, the characteristic impedances of the central electrode with different CPW topologies were measured using the TDR method in [11].
A spokesperson for CPW told OT: "We await with interest the full evaluation of the campaign from Public Heath Wales in due course.
The CPW feeding mechanism has a signal strip width of [W.
A novel wideband CP slot antenna fed by CPW is proposed in this paper.
The dimensions of the CPW lines are G = 5 [micro]m and W = 100 [micro]m, where G is the gap distance between lines and W is the width of the signal line.