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POSIT

(Profiles for Open Systems Internetworking Technologies) A set of voluntary standards published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for network equipment purchased by the U.S. government. It is the successor to GOSIP.
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Also commenting on the rollout, ITG's Head of Electronic Brokerage, Jamie Selway, said, "our Mexican launch is an important addition to POSIT Alert's global footprint, enhancing the block liquidity value proposition we deliver to buyside traders.
Posit Science has received grants from the National Institutes of Health and numerous awards and accolades.
Our goal at Posit Science is for brain span to match life span so that people can remain vibrant throughout life," said Eric Mann, Posit Science vice president of marketing.
Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) was performed on the 10 POSIT subscales by group (depressed, nondepressed), yielding a significant main effect of group, F(10, 142) = 6.
Asia Pacific volumes executed through POSIT and POSIT Marketplace increased by over 40% in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the fourth quarter of 2012.
The Brain Fitness Program Classic(TM) was introduced by Posit Science in 2006 to improve auditory processing and memory.
Rather, he posits that increased international ties shaped Italian immigrants' racial identity before they Americanized.
POSIT Marketplace represents the new evolution of the POSIT suite, uniting all of ITG's liquidity options, POSIT Now([R]), POSIT Match([R]), and the ITG Dark Algorithm([R]), into one single liquidity source.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Posit Science, the brain fitness company, announced it is supplying online exercises through its BrainHQ platform to AARP for a new AARP service called "AARP Brain Fitness powered by BrainHQ.
We are now entering a new phase of our development where we want our capabilities in transaction cost analysis, algorithmic trading and direct market access to gain the same market penetration and stature that POSIT has.
This is an interesting, compelling posit ion that deserves more attention than it received when this piece earlier appeared (1990).
The early short stories posit in the minds of Faulkner's earned and intended audience his views on race so that, as a Southernwriter who will later write exclusively about the contemporaneous South of the United States, his views of race are posited a priori with his sincere readership.