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EqL

An equational language. Bharat Jayaraman <bharat@cs.buffalo.edu>. "EqL: The Language and its Implementation", B. Jayaraman et al, IEEE Trans Soft Eng SE-15(6):771-780 (June 1989).
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EQL's ratings are based on Fitch's view of the company as a government-related entity under our Government-Related Entities Rating Criteria and reflect EQL's linkage with Queensland.
The predicted daily mass of API in the receiving stream is then compared to the EQL. If the discharge mass exceeds half of the EQL, then a refined mass balance approach can be used to develop a more accurate estimation.
These three paradigms (FAM, PLE and EQL) form the scaffolding for applying crowdsourcing to the learning assessment and quality assurance processes.
EQL has been observed before in New Zealand ((Aimuri, Hutton, 1888); (Reefton, Anonymous, 1888a; Anonymous, 1888b); Wellington, 1943, green aerial explosions over the sea (personal communication Edith Costello, 2012), (Grayland, 1957); Inangahua 1968, coseismic orange glow, less than 15 min (Personal Communication W.
EQL will offer its own mentoring services for two existing groups of exoffenders already on the Mosaic scheme.
The average displacement of the EQ, EQL, ZRS, DJO, DRS, and BIO-RSA devices in the low density substrate was 182, 137, 431, 321, 190, and 256 microns, respectively.
The second main evolution concerns the EQL (8.941) that are specialized in maintaining machines and providing more efficient usage of equipment.
Given the setting in Figure 2, there are two Nash equilibria, Eql: ("Not Enter"; "Retaliation"), and Eq2: ("Enter"; "No Retaliation").
The trace element analyses of tissue samples were completed at and funded by the Environmental Quality Laboratory (EQL), Environment Canada, Moncton, New Brunswick.
Brazilian scientist Helvecio De-Polli worked on the study from 2002 to 2004 with ARS Soil Scientist Gregory McCarty and others at ARS' Environmental Quality Laboratory (EQL).
For example, Cliff Rice, a BARC Environmental Quality Laboratory (EQL) chemist who was formerly with Patuxent, is now working with Patuxent scientists to discern the effects of pesticide contaminants on ospreys.