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agenda

[ə′jen·də]
(computer science)
The sequence of control statements required to carry out the solution of a computer problem.
A collection of programs used for manipulating a matrix in the solution of a problem in linear programming.
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Some of the big four agendas the national government plans to undertake are devolved.
Facilitating the practice of business activities, increasing the quality of health services and ensuring accessibility to these services are among the key points on the 2018 agenda, to ensure people's access to effective social services and ensure their happiness through improved government policies and programmes.
The matter is under process since the incumbent government came into power and it is beyond comprehension as to why the matter was excluded from the agenda after its inclusion,' Shah said.
A team of UNESCAP visited the Planning Commission and a workshop on 'SDGs Implementation Challenges and Framework for Advancing 2030 Development Agenda in Pakistan' is organized for capacity building of officials of the federal and provincial governments.
Next, send the agenda to the customer about a week in advance of the meeting with any other information for their review in preparation for the meeting, such as schedules of insurance and a list of autos and drivers.
The protocol or rules of diplomacy prevent those who want more from us than they are willing to give or pay for to openly admit their lust or greed, so instead let their hidden agenda work.
The objective of this project is to identify a web-based agenda management
El matrimonio Lang propone un modelo de cuatro pasos en el que quedan englobados los procesos de agenda setting y de agenda building.
En este apartado, la autora narra el proceso de surgimiento de la teoria de la agenda setting a partir del trabajo de McCombs en las aulas de la Universidad de California en Los Angeles (UCLA), relacionado con el analisis del diario Los Angeles Times, y de ahi su reflexion para la investigacion, ya historica, para la comunicacion politica, del experimento de Chapel Hill, que consistio en analizar la influencia de las noticias tanto de la television, prensa y revistas sobre la campana electoral estadounidense de 1968, en la que compitio Nixon contra Humphrey.
Ademas, Cervantes (2001) considera que el proceso de construccion de la agenda mediatica no debe concebirse alejado de la sociologia de la produccion de noticias, y del modelo de jerarquia de influencias (Shoemaker & Reese, 1994), que unido al modelo de las capas de la cebolla de McCombs (2006) permiten analizar a fondo los diferentes factores que inciden en la relacion entre la agenda politica y la mediatica.
First of all, the entire agenda, from "climate" alarmism to "sustainability," is built on a foundation of pseudo-science and brazen deception.