effective center

effective center

[ə¦fek·tiv ′sen·tər]
(engineering acoustics)
In a sonar projector, the point where lines coincident with the direction of propagation, as observed at different points some distance from the projector, apparently intersect. Also known as apparent source.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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There are several ways in which Hosted Solutions can compliment premise-based systems to provide a more complete and effective center.
During his presentation Haub talked about how Pathmark, with its effective center store merchandising and understanding of urban ethnic consumers, neatly complemented A&P's success with a fresh format in suburban areas, and acknowledged that in a given area, "[a] Pathmark, considering the profile of the consumer and the marketplace, could probably be more productive, and have higher margins and higher profits, if we converted it to an A&P Fresh."
No matter how it is executed, effective center store management in the future will involve 10 essential components, ranging from innovation to aspiration.
The Activist, although clearly the most effective center, is the most difficult to implement.
Molpus agrees with Crawford that when it comes to effective center store assortment the supermarket channel may suffer from an embarrassment of riches.
King said the most effective centers, such as the one in Los Angeles, use police officers, often injured employees assigned to light duty, to monitor the security camera footage and relay information to fellow officers on the street.
REPRESENTATIVE RUBEN HINOJOSA (D-Texas) recently introduced the Graduation Promise Act (GPA), which would set aside $2.5 billion each year to transform the nation's lowest-performing high schools into effective centers of teaching and learning.
Churches--which can be effective centers for food distribution and assistance--play an important, nonaligned role in African society.

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