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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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What is the role of counties in implementing the big four agendas now that Agriculture and health are devolved functions and housing would also be devolved?
The single most effective yet under-utilized tool in a salesperson's arsenal is "The Agenda.
Lo cierto es que, mas alla del soporte utilizado, se requiere de un alto nivel de congruencia entre las agendas informativas para que estas se instalen en el ambito politico; un comportamiento que desarrollaremos a profundidad en los proximos apartados (Eilders, 1997, 2000).
Twitter) as well as how the agendas of two traditional newspapers related to the agendas of social media during the 2012 U.
El estudio de la percepcion selectiva y sus efectos en los medios y en la opinion publica, y como esta perspectiva apunta a suponer que las audiencias son pasivas, para posteriormente discurrir en torno a la corriente de los efectos cognitivos en los individuos, sembrando el inicio de la funcion de los medios de comunicacion de establecer la agenda publica.
Asi, se evaluaron 24 objetos presentes en las agendas mediaticas de los tres organos de prensa provinciales: la emisora radial (CMKC Radio Revolucion), el periodico semanario (Sierra Maestra) y el telecentro (Tele Turquino).
First of all, the entire agenda, from "climate" alarmism to "sustainability," is built on a foundation of pseudo-science and brazen deception.
Over the course of two days, we had a series of meetings and none of them had much forethought, much less a specific agenda of what we were supposed to accomplish.
McCombs, Maxwell, Setting the Agenda, 2nd edn, Polity Press, Cambridge, 2014, ISBN 9 7807 4566 1100, 208 pp.
H2: A statistically significant two-way relationship will exist between all predictive agendas.
World Health Assembly Agendas and trends of international health issues for the last 43 years: analysis of World Health Assembly agendas between 1970 and 2012.
Sydow said having one selectman as the contact for agendas prevents miscommunication and violations of the Open Meeting Law.