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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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Differences in the variety and number of issues communicated at any point eventually shape the competition environment for diverse agendas. For instance, political agendas necessarily deal with many issues, whereas media agendas tend to regularly focus on a selected set of issues, and largely ignore others (Walgrave, Soroka, & Nuytemans, 2008, p.
?Como lograron reconfigurar sus agendas para tratar un tema tan delicado para el pais?
Capitalising upon this information, comparisons were made between the total agenda of the press, including all issues covered by it as well as agenda of issues attributed to the preferred part of voters and its candidates.
Addressing media here, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said, "A couple of days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing BJP workers, had stated that the party's agendas are three-fold development, fast-paced development and all-round development.
'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?' Mahamud asked.
In the first CA election, in spite of adverse situation, the then RPP Nepal, the only party carrying Hindu Kingdom agenda was able to bag four seats in the proportional election.
The single most effective yet under-utilized tool in a salesperson's arsenal is "The Agenda."
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).
At the Federal level the key activities in the agenda include civil service reforms, judicial reforms, reduced taxation for manufacturing, energy reforms, reduction of circular debt, improving business environment, autonomy for NAB and recovery of looted wealth, FBR and State Owned Enterprises' reforms, construction of Diamer-Bhasha dam, creation of a South Punjab province and transformation of CPEC.