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AIS

(1) (Accounting Information System) The human and machine resources within an organization that are responsible for collecting and processing the daily transactions and preparing financial reports.

(2) (Adobe IntelliSelect) Software from Adobe that enables a printer to automatically detect the printer language being used (PostScript, PCL, HPGL) and to switch to that mode of operation.
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AIS is designed to provide information about a ship to other ships and to coastal authorities automatically.
And even if they have turned-off their AIS, they can still be spotted in the daylight by spotters or lookouts.
'These ships, apparently, when they have passed by Sibutu Strait, they turned off their AIS so hindi natin nakuha ng ating radar [so our radar can't detect them],' he said, adding that it would be difficult for them to hide, especially if they are passing by during daytime.
AIS is organised within three capabilities-based operating groups: construction, maintenance and repair; remediation and response services; and environmental engineering and professional services.
All AIS pre-paid subscribers can now unlock iflixVIP for as little as THB 7/day or THB 29/ week through their mobile account.
Patients with acute AIS who suffered the condition for the first time were included.
"The scholarship helped me pay off my tuition and get books," said Shenaya Brown, an AIS scholarship recipient from New Mexico and Utah Valley University student studying dental hygiene.
The Nomad offers a full-function, Class B AIS transponder with a wireless and USB interface built in for tablets and PCs--all in a portable and compact package.
In the past few years, most AIS and their variations were derived from four major models or theories [1], that is, clone selection, negative selection, danger theory, and artificial immune network.