QPO


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QPO

Abbrev. for quasi-periodic oscillation.
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Kurt Meister, Executive Director, QPO, sees the project as a way to extend the orchestra's reach in fulfilling its mission.
Week Three, Qualifying Semi-Finals (QSF) - Game 6: Highest ranked QPO winner v Clubcall selection*.
The rule further requires that the covered entity be given "satisfactory assurance" that reasonable efforts have been made to give the individual notice or to seek a QPO.
The newly reported QPO frequencies occur as a sideband to the lower-frequency QPO, making them oscillations of oscillations.
The services are in need of technical assistance to the project manager for the following missions: - monitoring of the markets for the extension of the Flanders wharf and the deviation of the QPO route, - coordination between the different markets ( Coordination, within the GPMD and with the operator of the terminal (environment, safety and operation).
Although there's no unified QPO theory, Reis explains that most researchers think that the signal's frequency relates to how long it takes material to whip around the accretion disk's inner edge.
Qualifying Semi-Final One: Highest ranked QPO Winner v Club Call selected PSF winner Qualifying Semi-Final Two: Second ranked QPO Winner v Club Call Non Selected PSF Winner Week Four Super League Grand Final (Old Trafford)
In most of these stars, the two QPO frequencies appear to be linked.
The QPO is also a member of QF and flutist Aleksandr Haskin, along with an ensemble of string players, will perform a variety of music, including tangos, flute showpieces and Michel Legrand's exquisite song, You Must Believe in Spring, in QNL's special events area on February 15.
Together with colleagues, Ingram published a paper in 2009 suggesting that the QPO is driven by this Lense-Thirring effect, when the flat disc of matter surrounding a black hole, known as an accretion disc spirals inwards towards the black hole.