composite set

composite set

[kəm′päz·ət ′set]
(electronics)
Assembly of apparatus designed to provide one end of a composite circuit.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He told that these programs are aimed to provide a composite set of fundamental knowledge and cutting edge skills of modern medical, pharmaceutical and agricultural sciences and technology.
The same calibration and validation samples were also used in the combined composite set composed of all samples.
The people and entities supporting Navid Composite set to be blacklisted are:
is would have reduced the costs of preparing the witness statements and of preparing a tribunal bundle (a composite set of the relevant documents of both parties) so Mr Terry's bill might have been a bit lower but not much.
On the other side, the crystallization reaches saturation at low talc concentration (1 wt%) as thermal properties present a slight variation with talc concentration for each composite set.
Composite mentors may be configured in different ways, and students can be counseled as to how to strategically select a composite set that will fit their future aspirations.
The composite set of eight predictor variables accounted for approximately 43% of the variance in reading and mathematics achievement scores, except for the prediction of mathematics scores in year 3.
It is all a massive undertaking with around 200 costumes required alongside the composite set detailing Victorian street life where orphans Nell and "Her Benny" have their adventures.
For the most part, the pieties of the Colonial Vulgate (the composite set of racist stereotypes about colonial North Africa) rather than a more culturally attuned historical judgement tended to dominate French historical writings.
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