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DPS

(language, text)

DPS

(language)
A real-time language with direct expression of timing requests.

["Language Constructs for Distributed Real-Time PRogramming", I. Lee et al Proc IEEE Real-Time Sys Symp pp.57-66 (Dec 1985)].

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DPS

(1) (Direct Print Standard) See PictBridge.

(2) An earlier minicomputer series from Bull HN.
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V K Shunglu, speaking at a press conference, said the acronym "DPS" is "the property only of DPS Society registered in India".
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Mestan informed that there had been no change to the party's policy and its attitude to the government, adding that DPS continued to back the socialist-led coalition Cabinet of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Firstly, the FRs of the system is described, and the DPs corresponding to each FR are selected according to independence axiom.
An alternative diagnostic approach is to consider the three ratios of DPs produced.
However, the Delhi-based DPS Society has written to the Indian ambassador in Riyadh to suggest a way to address the issue." Farooqui said.
MDA had released the grant in keeping with a 1997 agreement with DPS society to improve the standards of three schools run by the authority in Mewat.
Deployment of the DPS to personal property shipping offices worldwide is scheduled for early 2009.
The DPS also features a GeoFence function which enables the owner to define permitted or forbidden zones, with an alarm on the mobile phone information of the owner should the dog leave a permitted zone.
After determining the need, the Alabama DPS began planning a training program for its officers.
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