cut platform

cut platform

[′kət ‚plat‚fȯrm]
(geology)
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The CUT platform forms an ecosystem where all networked stakeholders are allowed to exploit and monetize their data and to also enhance their end-user services.
There is a splendid combination of Middle Eastern compositional style and Malay beautifying components, such as the utilization of bamboo in the structure and of teak wood in the perfectly cut platform. The main dome looks Middle Eastern, but typical Malaysian rooflines top the four corner turrets.
A small patch of a coquina of disarticulated oyster shells can be seen plastered against part of the wave cut platform near the western extremity of the island and gave a carbon dating of ca 650 years BP (Fig.
Another approach might seek to cut platform costs through stripping capabilities from platforms as they develop to deal with program cost growth.