conference communications

conference communications

[′kän·frəns kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(communications)
Communications facilities whereby direct speech conversation may be conducted between three or more locations simultaneously.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Clearpoint is managing media relations, content development, conference communications strategy, and speaking opportunities for Mercato.
It covers basics such as ethics; where to submit; preparing the text and writing various sections; preparing tables and figures; publishing; writing a review paper, opinions, book chapters or books, and for the public; conference communications; scientific writing style, including writing in English as a foreign language; and other topics, such as writing a thesis, curriculum vitae, grant proposal, or recommendation letter, as well as peer reviews and working with the media.
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Before that, she served as the House Republican Conference communications director.
DeLay, en route to Pope John Paul II's funeral, sent a videotaped message to the conference that assailed a "judiciary run amok." Don Feder, panelist and conference communications director, complained of rampant "humanism, secularism, hedonism, and sexual nihilism." At least half a dozen speakers called for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy for his decisions overturning state anti-sodomy laws and the execution of minors.
The system's full-duplex conference communications capability, he said, "allows two crew members to speak simultaneously, while an unlimited number of personnel listen in." The upshot is fewer errors.
Paper presented at the conference Communications in the 21st century: The Mobile Information Society, Budapest, Hungary.
ACM SIGCOMM '93: Conference Communications, Architectures, Protocols and Applications

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