EPSI


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EPSI

(Encapsulated PostScript Interchange) A bitmap format used as a preview image in an EPS file. It contains only 7-bit ASCII data. It has been used in DOS applications that do not support TIFF, WMF and PICT formats. See EPS.
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5 that the EPSI has smaller depth value and indentation area, while having the relatively highest slope of unloading curve.
Bovine endometrium contains EPSI during the estrous cycle and pregnancy and production of EPSI is stimulated by bIFNT (Helmer et al., 1989).
This method is not randomly chosen, its application is mended by European performance satisfaction (EPSI) research methodology: gathered data is analysed just according to this index (Budriene, Morkvenas 2006).
The survey of the UK banking sector by EPSI Rating showed the Swedish-based bank rated "significantly higher than the national average" for customer satisfaction, thanks partly to its decentralised approach which allows branch managers to make decisions.
He is also a Fellow of the British and American Language and Literature Studies Institute of Sun Yat-sen University, and of the English Poetry Studies Institute (EPSI) at Sun Yat-sen University.
For current edge rates of tens of picoseconds (ps), PCB designers can gain an optimal price versus performance solution by moving from regular FR-4-based substrates to a mid-performance substrate such as Nelco 4000-13 EPSI, Isola FR-408 or GETEK material.
The possibility of application of electronic speckle pattern interferometry (EPSI) in various configurations (reference beam or shear) as well as double exposure speckle photography is referred to eg in [1].
FEAR NO ONE produced another top-class display of front-running to complete an unbeaten run through the P epsi Peterborough Puppy Derby with victory in Saturday's pounds 3,000 final.
He would teach me later about his post-Marxian system of social analysis and action (which he calls EPSI-PEGS), which adds the categories of psychology, the environment, gender, and spirituality (PEGS) tO traditional Marxian concerns for economics, politics, social structure, and ideology (EPSI).