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(artificial intelligence)
/Re'te/ (From Latin "net") A net or network; a plexus; particularly, a network of blood vessels or nerves, or a part resembling a network.

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It is one of the only companies in the Middle East to focus on retail tourism through RETA and how the arts can be used to drive interest in shopping malls.
The RETA Virtual Refrigeration Simulator is designed to be used for training and evaluating the skills of refrigeration technicians.
Fusion is able to develop an arts program through RETA that is fully integrated into the tourism goals of the client's retail offering -- a program that not only drives footfall, inspires interest and repeat business but also inspires word-of-mouth interest in the retail brand.
The present report summarizes progress after two years of a three-year study under the MSP RETA program.
The team of independent reviewers will probe the training simulator to look for ways of improving it before releasing the finished product to members of RETA and corporations wishing to use it in their own training programs.
Description : The RETA supports human resource and technical capacity development for implementing agencies to integrate gender analysis in national/sub-national climate change policy frameworks, strategies, and action plans and screening of emission reduction projects; for women's groups to gain co-benefits from appropriate emissions reductions technologies; and national/sub-national ministries/agencies supporting gender mainstreaming to engage in and promote more equitable benefit distribution of climate change projects and finance in dialogue with government agencies managing national climate change responses.
The Hi-Traq project forms part of the RETA project, which is part-financed by the ERDF.
The Real Estate Tax Authority (RETA) is about to instate the article 196 real estate tax law, four years after it was first issued, according to head of RETA, Tarek Farag.