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FSR

(Free System Resource) In Windows 3.x, the amount of unused memory in various 64K blocks reserved for managing current applications. Every open window takes some space in this area. See Windows memory limitation.
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The FSR reports on the FSCC's 'assessment of the overall risks to the financial market.' A recurring theme in the FSCC is the Systemic Risk Review wherein brewing systemic risks are reviewed and evaluated for intervention.
The term VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) - interestingly, originally a military terminology but has since been used in common parlance - epitomizes the collective view of the uncertainties," the FSR said.
We examined four metrics of GPS-collar performance: FSR, 3DV-FSR, DOP and DSR (Table 1).
It added that any deterioration in ATB's key financial metrics is likely to see downward pressure on the FSR.
During its FSR technology development process to meet current transmission sealing needs, Dow Corning utilized its historical knowledge and in-depth expertise regarding fluorosilicone bases to identify the necessary polymer and base technology, which has improved resistance to newer, more aggressive ATFs.
The basic mechanism of the proposed deflection sensor is that the stress distribution and the force on the FSR, which can be measured, are used to estimate the imposed external forces and the deflection of the core shaft.
The FSR is supported by the bank's specialist franchise in Qatar, the business potential of its new operation in India, as well as by its still sound profitability despite the fall in revenues in 2015, CI said.
She will be based in FSR's newly opened operations centre in Westhill, Aberdeen.
FSR is expected to further benefit from rising disposable incomes and a strong economic performance.
"With automotive design trending toward smaller engine compartments, increased exhaust gas recirculation and decreased air flow, the high-end temperatures in underhood environments are climbing and, more importantly, driving the performance requirements for FSRs to extremes not previously required," said Craig Gross, Senior Application Engineer for Fluorosilicone Elastomers at Dow Corning.
Best Company has released its latest Financial Strength Rating (FSR) and Issuer Credit Rating (ICR) of five Nigerian-based insurance companies, revealing a mostly stable outlook for some of the country's largest insurance outfits.