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CGM

(computer science)

CGM

CGM

(1) (Consumer-Generated Media) See user-generated content.

(2) (Computer Graphics Metafile) An ISO/IEC standard format for 2D graphics images introduced in 1987. Primarily a vector graphics format for technical illustrations and geophysical visualizations, CGM also supports raster graphics and text. As a metafile, it enables instructions to be included with the data to render any type of graphical element. Earlier GDM and VDM formats were merged into CGM.

The Web Version (WebCGM)
Because there were non-standard varieties of CGM in use, WebCGM was created in 1999 by the W3C and CGM Open Consortium to standardize the format for Web interoperability along with hyperlinking capabilities. In 2007, WebCGM Version 2.0 added programmatic access to elements via a DOM specification and an XML-based Companion File (XCF) format for non-graphical meta-data.
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More features will be launched in the coming months to further improve customer experience with CMA CGM and its subsidiaries:
This agreement is the first for the WaveForm CGM system and international commercialisation following WaveForm's anticipated CE clearance in 2019.
Such mega-ships have been blamed for contributing to overcapacity, but CMA CGM argues they are suited to busy trade routes, regardless of geo-political headwinds.
A variation of the Eversense CGM, the Eversense CGM XL, has been approved for use up to 180 days in Europe.
Benedikt Brueckle, Senior Vice President of CGM and Chief Executive Officer of CGM US underlines this.
For this reason, freeze-thaw (FT) pretreatment can be used to disrupt rigid protein microstructure, resulting in loosening the structure of CGM. The release of bound carotenoid compounds is facilitated by the breakdown of CGM during FT pretreatment [20].
The working group called for a systematic premarketing and postapproval evaluation of CGM system performance, as well as greater investment in clinical trials, including head-to-head comparisons and large independent registry studies.
Two container ships, CPA CGM Indus CPA and CGM Narmada and oil tanker Lahore sailed out to sea on Friday morning while two more ships, Gas carrier Epic Sardinia and chemicals carrier YM Miranda are expected to sail on same day in the afternoon.
Port of New Orleans president and CEO Brandy Christian said the new service builds upon CMA CGM's growing presence at the Port of New Orleans, with the carrier's recently initiated direct weekly service to Asia.
In the trial, adults with type 1 diabetes were randomly assigned to CGM alone or CGM plus finger sticking for 26 weeks to determine the safety and efficacy of CGM without the confirmatory monitoring.
BEIJING -- China General Nuclear (CGM) Power Corp pledged to continue its active role in development of energy resources in Pakistan.
Medtronic plc and Qualcomm Incorporated through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Qualcomm Life Inc., are joining forces to jointly develop future generation continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems designed to improve health outcomes for diabetics.