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NCOS

(Network Computer Operating System) The operating system in Oracle's network computer. See Network in a Box.
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Army Africa sent a mobile training team to help the Malawi military develop an NCO training curriculum.
Proposition 1: Because [??](t -1) is estimated using a sparse recovery algorithm, such as ADMM or conventional MM-based NcO, [??](t-1) would have a smaller distance to the true sparse signal x*(t-1) at time slot t-1 than an arbitrary sparse signal x(t-1).
Up to this point, the norm across the Ml Corps has been to stovepipe our NCOs in positions that flow along the career path of their particular MOS and discipline.
Only Macdonald [25] has reported an experimental research on the kinetics of the [C.sub.2][H.sub.5] + NCO reaction so far.
The NCO group absorption band centered at 2,270 [cm.sup.-1] was clearly present in the adhesive with an NCO/OH molar ratio of 1.5, indicating that the adhesive sample contained residual NCO groups (Kong et al.
The knowledge gained from the TWI Program will help NCO participants apply a new level of performance in the field of engineering.
Our officers have proven that the goal can be accomplished; I see no reason why senior NCOs cannot do the same.
More than half of its alumni progress to the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, many going on to world renown, such as the violinist Nicola Benedetti and the conductor Daniel Harding (the latter particularly fondly remembered by CBSO players and audiences, when he appeared as assistant to Sir Simon Rattle less than a handful of years after leaving NCO).
In reality, on that day, one JCO and two NCOs, failed to perform this sequence.
Warrant officers are a tremendous asset in the development of other officers and noncommissioned officers (NCOs).