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WBI

(WeB Intermediaries) A technology from IBM that provides a framework for intermediate processing between the user's browser and the Web server. WBI provides a middleware standard that can be used for password and privacy management, for transcoding from one format to another, for filtering out content and myriad other functions on the Web. Developed in the mid-1990s as a way to maintain a history of a user's Web browsing, it was first named "Memory Browser." It evolved into a programmable HTTP proxy that was named "Personal Web Agent" and then eventually WBI, also pronounced "Webby."
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Argento will acquire 100% of the share capital of WBI, including all land, fixed assets, inventory and the forestry concessions in Gabon.
In the current trial, APBI was delivered at a total dose of 30-32 Gy given in 7-8 fractions over 4-5 days to 633 women, and WBI was given at a total dose of 50 Gy in 25-28 fractions over a 5-week period with a 10-Gy boost to the tumor bed given in 5 fractions to 551 women.
Adjusted mean total health costs in the year after diagnosis for the hypofractionated-endorsed group was $31,641 for those who used conventional WBI and $28,747 for those treated with hypofractionated WBI (difference, $2894; 95% Cl, $1610-$4234; p < .
For the WBI, DVB-T interference and linear frequency modulation (LFM) interference are mainly analyzed in this paper.
For example, Geibert (2000) found that the integration of WBI to support collaboration was successful in nursing instruction because students and faculty could complete their academic activities in locations and times that were most convenient to them.
Rick Stapenhurst, parliamentary adviser to WBI and Professor of Practice at McGill University, led the opening address along with Paul Belisle, former Clerk in the Canadian Senate.
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Another key factor in the project's success was the close relationship Beaubois has developed during the last decade with installer WBI, Lapointe says.
IFC, WBI and the CDB, hosted a seminar in Bridgetown, Barbados, with support from the Canadian Intl Development Agency.
The markedly improved cosmetic outcomes and reduced capsular contracture rates, compared with results from WBI, are due to the lack of circumferential dose to the foreign body in the breast, the augmentation implant," Dr.
Summary: ALGIERS- Experts of the World Bank Institute (WBI) have defined four pillars to build a knowledge-based economy (KBE) in Algeria, Jean Eric Aubert of the WBI said Wednesday here.