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ETS

(Eye Tracking System) See eye tracking.
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ETS, founded in 1981, is an independent unified communications services provider based in Wakefield with nearly 40 years' experience.
18), an enraged Taiwanese student posted to PTT an email he had sent to ETS complaining that both the registration page and their own personal address had been suddenly been changed to "Taiwan, China." The student reminded ETS of the fact that Taiwan has never actually been ruled by Communist China and that the U.S.
Recently, studies have shown that ETS can affect the tooth at the time of tooth development, at the time of eruption and even after the eruption.5 Studies have demonstrated an association of ETS with caries in primary dentition,2,6-9 whereas the association of ETS and caries in permanent dentition has yet to be established.10 In 2010, the Ryukyus Child Health Study reported an association of ETS with dental caries in both the permanent and the primary dentition.11 However, a Japanese study involving 1-14 years' old children failed to establish such an association.12
ETS has digitally transformed their expansive operations by utilizing MREN technology to manage and share projects, information, and contacts while reducing their dependency on email communications.
A WSN consists of a large number of sensors and ETs. ETs are hardware that transmit energy to sensors.
District spokeswoman Claudia McWhorter said Thursday the exact number of tests ETS lost is actually unknown, but that it is at least some of them.
Our analysis adds to the scant ex-post empirical literature on the EU ETS by investigating the causal effects of the EU ETS on firm-level environmental and economic performance.
Results: Among the 300 women studied, 26% (78) were exposed to ETS. Those exposed to ETS, there was a significantly higher incidence of preterm births (32%) and small-for-gestational age babies (27%) compared to the unexposed.
ETS Aviation's fuel efficiency solutions support more than 600 commercial aircraft across nearly 900,000 flights annually.
The EU maintains that under the ETS at the end of each year a company must either surrender the allowances needed to cover their actual emissions or pay steep fines.
We will now look at how to proceed up to 2020 with our EU ETS," she said.