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CCS

(1) (Common Channel Signaling) A communications system in which one channel is used for signaling and different channels are used for voice/data transmission. Signaling System 7 (SS7) is a CCS system, also known as CCS7. See SS7.

(2) (100Call Seconds) A unit of measurement used in traffic and queuing theory calculations that is equal to 100 seconds of conversation. One hour of telephone traffic on one line is equal to 36 CCS, which is equal to one erlang (a more common measurement). CCS can also refer to "cumulative call seconds," which is a measurement of trunk occupancy. See Erlang.

(3) (Common Communications Support) SAA specifications for communications, which includes data streams (DCA, 3270), application services (DIA, DDM), session services (LU 6.2) and data links (X.25, Token Ring).

(4) (Common Command Set) The de facto instruction set between a SCSI-1 adapter and a hard disk.

(5) (Continuous Composite Servo) A technique for aligning the read/write head over a track in an optical disc by sensing special tracking grooves in the disk.
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As correlacoes entre os valores logaritmicos da CCS automatica e os valores logaritmicos das CCS microscopica pelas coloracoes de HE, BP e Rosenfeld foram de 0,774, 0,803 e 0,859 (P<0,0001), respectivamente.
A regressao polinomial quadratica foi a que mais se adequou ao modelo proposto para a determinacao das curvas da CCS automatica, considerando as CCS microscopica pelas coloracoes de HE (r=0,81; P<0,0001) (Figura 1), BP (r=0,71; P<0,0001) e Rosenfeld (r=0,87; P<0,0001) (Figura 2A e 2B).
CCS microscopica, foram, entao: Y = [b.sub.2*] [x.sup.2] + [b.sub.1*]x + a, onde: Y=log CCS microscopica; x=log CCS automatica; [b.sub.2]: 0,287; 0,178; 0,17; [b.sub.1]: -2,112; -1,256; -1,001; a: 7,709; 7,1665; 6,003, sendo os valores de a, bi e b2 para as CCS microscopica pelas coloracoes de HE, BP e Rosenfeld, respectivamente.
CCS members located and interviewed these individuals.
Nevertheless, the CCS has found that time also can be a favorable commodity.
Although forensic science and technology have improved dramatically over the past decade and many new techniques now can be applied to old unsolved cases, resolution of nearly all CCS cases still comes from eyewitness identification.
"Why spend millions on microbiologists, and not on lawyers, if the lawyers will be more effective in fighting the tobacco epidemic?" asks CCS lobbyist Kenneth Kyle.
unsafe, or dangerous practices." Then, as in their other campaigns, the NSRA, the CCS, and their allies held a news conference and published attention-getting full-page advocacy ads.
But the chairman of the Norwegian Council on Smoking and Health, whom the CCS brought to Ottawa, produced the evidence that the ban had indeed worked.