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ECMA International

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(Formerly European Computer Manufacturers Association) An industry association founded in 1961 and dedicated to the standardisation of information and communication systems.

ECMA edits standards and technical reports. All ECMA publications are available free of charge.

The best known ECMA standard is ECMA 262, defining the scripting language ECMAScript.
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The associations are PE2, ESCO Committee of China Energy Conservation Association (EMCA), Japan Association of Energy Service Companies (JAESCO), Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and Taiwan Energy Service Association (TESA).
In studies examining the use of PLAG1 IHC, most malignant salivary gland tumor results, including those for AdCC and EMCA, which often enter the differential diagnosis, have been shown to be negative for PLAG1.
Obesity, characterized as having a body mass index (BMI) of thirty or higher, is a major risk factor for EmCa and is a comorbid condition found in approximately 17-46% of all EmCa cases [5].
En comparacion con otros estudios que han encontrado algunas relaciones entre la funcion dopaminergica en el estriado y el riesgo de recaida (13, 5), este estudio incorpora el craving, evaluado mediante la escala EMCA, como una variable anadida para la prediccion del riesgo de recaida.
Commentary on the Taylor Proposal and EMCA's Model Covenants for
Assuming familiarity with C# or Java, C++, assembly language, and the Win32 API, this book describes the EMCA common language infrastructure (CLI) type system and the runtime mechanisms needed to create and run managed components.
And, we want to have fun and amuse other people as well" (Emca Revoluce).
The London Stock Exchange argued, for example, that the RPD would destroy "Europe's second markets, including AIM in the United Kingdom." (150) "European second markets, such as AIM, would be virtually impossible to sustain in the framework set out in the Directive." (151) The controversy generated by the RPD was taken up by the European Parliament, in particular, the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (EMCA) (152) The EMCA's proposals, spearheaded by Rapporteur Chrisopher Huhne, surfaced in a Draft Report in late November 2001.
The Emerging Market Creditors Association (EMCA) had become increasingly edgy as Argentina prepared to swap US$60 billion in locally held debt for new securities that would pay less interest over a longer time period.
Epithelial mucin core antigen (EMCA) in assessing therapeutic response in advanced breast cancer.