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DSS

(computer science)

DSS

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DSS

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DSS

(1) See decision support system.

(2) (Dual SIM Standby) See multi-SIM.

(3) (Digital Signature Standard) A National Security Administration standard for authenticating an electronic message. See RSA and digital signature.

(4) (Digital Satellite System) The direct broadcast satellite (DBS) system from Hughes Electronics Corporation that delivers more than 175 TV channels. Receivers and dishes are made by RCA and other manufacturers. See DBS.
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The last set of training activities involved the use of the cane and the DSS together.
The remand order was granted ex-parte as Sowore was not represented by a lawyer and the judge took the decision based on the claims of DSS.
The court further directed that Dasuki's international passport which was currently with the DSS should be submitted to the chief registrar of the court.
The survival time in the 2% DSS + DKT group was significantly higher than that in the 2% DSS group (mean value: 70 days versus control 44 days, p = 0.0038) (Figure 7).
Ashish Panjabi, Chief Operating Officer at Jacky's Electronics, said DSS sales have been slow as they had just finished ten 10 days of Eid promotions, and many people had gone back to work after a long break.
Afy Merchant Director, ControlCase, said, "The PCI DSS certification to safeguard the sensitive credit / debit card data represents one more step further by UNB to demonstrate that they care for their Customers and Information Security of the Card Holders Data".
"A Quantum-600 midwheel drive power wheelchair, manufactured by Pride Mobility Products [Exeter, Pennsylvania] equipped with the DSS (Figure 1) was used for this study.
The 'lucky seats' will have envelopes with free upgrades and free entry tickets to Modhesh World -- the biggest attraction during DSS 2009.
The GAO's Ann CalvaresiBarr, who authored the report, faults DSS for not centrally collecting and analyzing information to determine what corrective actions are needed to improve oversight of contractors under foreign ownership, control, or influence (FOCI).
Avista DSS provides specific functional views for brand managers, senior executives, researchers and financial professionals.
CALA also participated in a DSS work group that was assembled recently to incorporate changes prompted by the enactment of dementia care legislation, which was sponsored by the state chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.
DSS cannot provide adequate assurances to government agencies that its oversight of contractor facilities reduces the risk of information compromise.