GARP


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GARP

A graphical language for concurrent programming.

["Visual Concurrent Programmint in GARP", S.K. Goering er al, PARLE '89 v.II, LNCS 366, pp. 165-180].

GARP

(General Attributes Registration Protocol) A standard for registering a client station into a multicast domain. See 802.1p.
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The BIBF is taking the lead in the GCC in ensuring that financial services industry staff at all levels in the organisation are able to identify and preliminarily assess the risks their institutions must face every day, an indispensable requirement in this time of massive uncertainty and volatility,' said GARP chief executive Richard Apostolik.
The real takeaway here is that there are a lot of uncertainties, and that stems from regulatory [actions] but also [from] macroeconomic conditions--concern about unemployment, concern about consumer debt levels and even about the real estate market in the form of retail from a commercial perspective," said Chris Donohue, managing director at GARP Research Center.
GARP (Genetic Algorithm for Rule Set Production)--This is a widely used algorithm based on artificial intelligence that works by combining rule sets for the purpose of generating the most accurate prediction in the considered region (Stockwell and Noble, 1992).
GARP is noteworthy in that it was developed specifically to utilise legacy data to analyse collections of locations (indicating the presence of a plant or animal species), such as those collated in museums, addressing the 'unknown site selection probability' by randomly redistributing the observations into training and testing datasets for each generation.
GARP funds, in the third category, might be considered the most conservative of growth funds because although they pay attention to growth, valuation is an important consideration as well.
of Bath, UK) and Tamborra (European Commission, Directorate General Research, Belgium) present the results of the project GARP II (Green Accounting Research Project), which, like GARP I (results of which were presented in Green Accounting in Europe: Four Case Studies, 1999), used impact pathway analysis to calculate damage accounts to be used in a green accounting framework.
I wonder what implications that has on their deals with Boeing,'' said William Baker, president of GARP Research Corp, an analyst company based in Baltimore that owns shares in Northrop Grumman.
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, who chairs the GARP Advisory and Review Committee, says, "The committee's job is to keep track of everything that's being done and is proposed to be done, and to provide advice, suggestions, and critical commentary on it.
Specifically, GARP relates ecologic characteristics of known occurrence points to those of points randomly sampled from the rest of the study region, seeking to develop a series of decision rules that best summarizes those factors associated with the species' presence.
The team's model, nicknamed GARP, takes a unique approach to predicting effects of climate change, says Peterson.
Newer management protocols such as Cisco's CGMP and the GARP Multicast Registration Protocol (GMRP, part of the 802.
Although the GARP approach may appear simple at first glance, it is contrary to many of the current investment trends in today's market.