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("Oh see!") A parallel logic language.

["Self-Description of Oc and its Applications", M. Hirata, Proc 2nd Natl Conf Japan Soc Soft Sci Tech, pp. 153-156, 1984].
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center-to-center, on center

The distance between the center line of one element, member, part, or component (as a stud or joist) and the center line of the next.
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(1) See overclock.

(2) (Optical Carrier) The transmission speeds in SONET/SDH networks. See SONET. See also DS.

SONET CIRCUITSOptical  Electrical    SpeedChannel  Channel      (Mbps)

 OC-1      STS-1        51.84
 OC-3      STS-3       155.52
 OC-3c     STS-3c      155.52
 OC-12     STS-12      622.08
 OC-12c    STS-12c     622.08
 OC-48     STS-48     2488.32
 OC-192    STS-192    9953.28
 OC-768    STS-768   39813.12

 OC  = Optical Carrier
 STS = Synchronous Transport Signal
   c = concatenated
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By only specifying the names of the intended tunes, he seems to be referring to aural/oral or popular culture, but contemporary musical sources such as OC1 can be ornate and require specialised technical training to perform.
The hydrogen sites in the vicinity of the Al atom, oc1 and oc4, exhibit solution energies which are not distinguishable within the accuracy limits of our approach.
Los medios informan sobre los que vivimos en la frontera como si fueramos un virus" (Taller OC1).
Beigel, "OC1: randomized induction of oblique decision trees," in Proceedings of the 11th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp.
where [m.sub.(j, t)] is the log of real money per capita of state j at time t, [y.sub.(j, t)] represents log real GDP per capita (gsp) or log real personal income per capita (pi), it is the opportunity cost variable (either oc1 or oc2), and [hw.sub.(j, t)] is the log of housing wealth in state j at time t.
In the current study, average stroke length varied between 1.12 and 1.43 m, which was a similar length to that reported for both dragon boat paddlers and rowers (Elliott et al., 2002; Ho et al., 2009; Steer et al., 2006) but approximately double that reported for OC1 paddling with a stroke rate-dependent range of 44 to 90 cm (Stanton et al., 2001).
Table 4 Results of reliability and factor analysis N = 113 Factor Item 1 2 3 Job satisfaction js1 -0.020 0.812 0.158 js2 0.112 0.853 0.111 js3 0.179 0.860 0.089 Managerial performance mp1 0.143 0.175 0.726 mp2 0.072 0.086 0.733 mp3 0.140 0.078 0.816 Organisational commitment oc1 0.832 0.054 0.031 oc2 0.826 0.031 0.199 oc3 0.761 0.221 0.022 oc4 0.758 0.019 0.227 Alpha 0.818 0.671 0.818 Eigen value 3.469 1.866 1.373 Variance 34.686 18.663 13.735 Total var.
Segun los resultados obtenidos, los algoritmos mas apropiados para problemas relacionados con el contexto de secuencias de datos biologicos, en este caso de aminoacidos, son: QUEST de Loh & Shin (1997), OC1 de Murthy et al.
Stage 1 oocyte (Oc1): oval shaped with a maximum diameter of 26.47 [+ or -] 6.44 [micro]m and a minimum diameter of 15.48 [+ or -] 4.05 [micro]m, strongly attached to the trabeculae, round nucleus containing a diffuse nuclear envelope, follicular cells surrounding (Fig.
Decision tree algorithms have been described in many places, for example ID3 and C4.5 CART and OC1. The basic algorithm will only be summarized here.
Over-commitment OC1 I get easily overwhelmed by time pressures at work.
With such an undifferentiated stock of lexemes, the only organizing principle a learner can appeal to in forming utterances is the language-neutral, information-structural topic-focus organization, and we indeed found a first organizing constraint (OC1), (8)