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NCRP

(Network Computer Reference Profile) The specification for network computer compliance established by Oracle and endorsed by Sun, IBM and others. The first version of this specification was known as the NC1 Reference Profile. See network computer.
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A drawback of using NCRP data to project actual time served is that
Recall, the NCRP data provide individual-level information on the number of people entering parole via the release files, and the number of individuals exiting via the parole release file.
Krehely, of the NCRP, said making donations can help a corporation's image.
The NCRP report, written by 11 leading experts and leaked to the public in 1995, says the public health recommendations, if accepted, could force "complex and costly" changes in the electric power industry.
Myrick and NCRP recommend specific improvements for Kresge to fulfill its potential, such as:
47 - 2010 [1] NCRP Commentary 16 [5] AAPM Report 217 [6] IEC 62709 - 2014 [2] SCENIHR - April 2012 [7] Table 2.
For the former, we investigate state-level drug-related admissions into correctional facilities derived from the NCRP, which annually gathers information from official state prison records and provides a good measure of the flow of new inmates into the state prison system.
Annual NCRP data can be accessed through the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research's (ICPSR) National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD) at http://www.
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (N CRP) stated in NCRP Publication No.
The NCRP, for example, uses both the surpluses and the Health Insurance Fund to help finance individual accounts.
In order to investigate the extent to which the relationship between the victim and offender for the crimes of rape, robbery and assault reflects the victim/offender relationship for those offenders in prison for these same crimes, and to determine whether there has been increased correspondence between these two measures during the past decade, we have utilized two sources of data: the NCVS for the time periods of 1979-1986 and 1987-1990, and a survey of inmates in state correctional facilities conducted in 1986 and in 1991 as part of the NCRP.
According to NCRP, those particles are 10 to 20 times more hazardous than the gamma rays measured.