RSCS


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RSCS

(communications)

RSCS

(Remote Spooling Communications Subsystem) Software that provides batch communications for IBM's VM operating system. It accepts data from remote batch terminals, executes them on a priority basis and transmits the results back to the terminals. The RSCS counterpart in MVS is called "JES." Contrast with CMS, which provides interactive communications for VM.
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It was alleged that Echiverri, Centeno and Garcia acted with manifest partiality, evident bad faith or gross inexcusable negligence when they awarded the contract to RSCS.
'Manifest partiality, evident bad faith, or gross inexcusable negligence are negated by the fact that accused Echiverri awarded the subject contract to RSCS only the conduct of a public bidding, and after the Bids and Awards Committee recommended that said contract be awarded to RSCS, the lowest bidder,' she added.
The Next Gen RSCS evaluated in this project consists of a ducted, split-system, residential heat pump with eight efficiency features included: variable capacity compressor, variable speed indoor fan, auto demand response (ADR), alternative refrigerant (R-32 as a drop-in for R-410A), Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FDD), integrated ventilation control (using a heat recovery ventilator), dual fuel or intelligent heating (electric heat pump with gas furnace back-up heating), and zonal control.
It uses a regional security complex (RSC) approach, first proposed by Barry Buzan and subsequently moulded in 'new regionalism' perspectives, which emphasizes the intricate web of pastoralist relations shaped by their need for security, where their identity and livelihood (cattle) remain at the centre.
When required, the robot can also rotate layers or individual pouches to interleave them in standard RSCs or FSCs (flange-seal wraparound cases).
Army Reserve facilities, the report provides regional support commands (RSCs) with detailed information on the status of the facility and the possibility for increased restoration and modernization dollars.
The power can be delivered from the rotor to the grid and vice versa through rotor-side converter (RSCs) and grid-side converters (GSCs), a DFIG wind energy system can harvest more energy from the wind than a fixed-speed wind energy conversion system of the same capacity when the wind speed is below its rated value.
STEMflorida also supports the formation of Regional STEM Collaboratives (RSCs) across Florida's eight economic development regions.