internal operation

internal operation

[in‚tərn·əl ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(mathematics)
For a set S, a function whose domain is a set of members of S or a set of ordered sequences of members of S, and whose range is a subset of S.
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Contract notice: Culturally range of internal operation and maintenance of club denmark hall.
procedures having a significant effect beyond the internal operation of DoD
The combination of these challenges has pushed our current business processes beyond their intended capability and has created many "leaky buckets" in our internal operations and the total supply chain.
Zacharias will be responsible for overseeing the internal operations of the Company and will report directly to W.
We are excited to provide NOAA with our team's proven solutions for grants management and will combine it with our technical skills and in-depth knowledge of NOAA, their mission, and their internal operations," said Tom Bertke, STG liaison for the contract.
All these concepts are presented in three distinct areas related to the implementation of a national cataloging system: logistics applications of the NCS, the technical requirements for implementation of the system, and the internal operations and infrastructure of a bureau.
We're not talking about our internal operations like leases, but it's just harbour users.
Corporations, therefore, looked at their internal operations and asked, "How do we defend our employee desktops, company files, and internal operations from intrusions?
Both an environmental opportunity analysis and an internal operations analysis are performed separately, and the results of the two studies are compared.
The new Information Schema improves system management with comprehensive statistics on internal operations and performance characteristics, and can present this data in popular Oracle V$ systems management views.

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