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ECC

ECC

(1) See elliptic curve cryptography.

(2) (Error-Correcting Code, Error-Correction Code) A software algorithm that is used to correct errors in memory and storage devices, as well as in transmission systems. Error-correcting code detects and corrects errors in real time. See ECC memory.
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The ECC was also briefed on the wheat situation in the country and it was pointed out that while prices were stable in most parts of the country, there were certain areas and places such as Karachi where the wheat and flour prices had escalated.
The ECC directed the ministries of energy, finance and commerce and the Federal Board of Revenue to convene a meeting on the subject and resolve the issue regarding clarification of nomenclature of export-oriented sector.
The labor chief, who also chairs the ECC board, said the reform aims to standardize ECC regulations for members of the SSS and the GSIS.
The ECC session also considering over continuing wheat export or impose a ban on it.
The demand and supply of wheat will also come under discussion in the ECC meeting.
The ECC also approved billions of rupees supplementary budget despite the current fiscal crisis.
The ECC approved to give minimum Rs180 million or 0.75pc of the total investment in the PBC - whichever is higher, to a consortium of banks that would market these certificates.
ECC considered the proposal of Power Division regarding approval of SNGPL as Gas Supplier for 1263.2 MW RLNG based Public Sector Power Generation Project near Trimmu Barrage, District Jhang, by Punjab Thermal Power (Put) Limited and in modification of its earlier decision of May 11, 2018, allowed signing of the PPA and RA with SNGPL instead of PLL.
The ECC also asked BoI to revisit the requirements for setting up of tourism, IT and health related entities within SEZs.
"A degree or certificate from ECC is our students' ticket to a whole new world," said David Davin, ECC's executive director of advancement and foundation.
An ECC spokesman (December 13) said that a variety of large-scale events are held in Hong Kong every year, and some of them serve food and beverages using disposable tableware and food containers for the sake of convenience, thus generating a considerable amount of waste.
In this research the resistance of control mortar samples (CM) and two different mixes of ECC specimens were scrutinized.