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RTM

(1)
[Usenet] Read The Manual. Politer variant of RTFM.

RTM

(2)
Robert T. Morris Jr.

The perpetrator of the great Internet worm of 1988 (see Great Worm); villain to many, naive hacker gone wrong to a few. Morris claimed that the worm that brought the Internet to its knees was a benign experiment that got out of control as the result of a coding error. After the storm of negative publicity that followed this blunder, Morris's user name on ITS was hacked from RTM to RTFM.

RTM

(1) (Release To Manufacturing) See RTM version.

(2) (RealTime Model) Refers to a system or architecture that performs operations in real time. See real time.
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"Elop may mean Microsoft will be releasing it at that time (following a September RTM) to phone makers," she writes.
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Prior to this, Gobind had been asked whether the government will consider absorbing RTM workers hired on a piecemeal basis to permanent status as many of them had been with the broadcaster for more than 10 years and were very experienced.
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The left panes in Figure 4 show the three [T.sub.m] time series (2013-2014) resulting from radiosonde (truth) and the BTM and RTM at each of the three stations; and the right panes show the differences of the two models' results from the radiosonde-derived [T.sub.m].
Since 2009, RTM has seen passenger growth of 83 percent -- with 1.7 million travelers using the airport in 2014, expediting the need for more efficient passenger processing.
More information on the PSTC RTM program, visit: www.pstc.org/rtm
With RTMs, customers are now encouraged to spend time at the RTM interacting with the bank - that's new for a bank branch!
For each of the above dependent variables, a 2 (session: 5 Hz, control rTMS) by 2 (Time: before and after stimulation) ANOVA with repeated measures corrections was performed.
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a promising noninvasive neuromodulatory intervention that aims to maximize recovery of function after stroke.
Ken Aubrey, CEO, said, "This is the final stage in our RTMS (radar) acquisition integration process for North American sales, and, in conjunction with the planned introduction of our hybrid product in the first quarter of 2012, aligns directly with one of our primary strategic goals; namely, a focus on organic sales and income growth.
The remission rate for both the dTMS group and the standard rTMS group was significantly higher than with the control group in the ITT population.