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A reduction in generality, usually for the sake of increased efficiency. If a piece of code is specialised for certain values of certain variables (usually function arguments), this is known as "partial evaluation". In a language with overloading (e.g. Haskell), an overloaded function might be specialised to a non-overloaded instance at compile-time if the types of its arguments are known.
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Therefore, they said that the applicants who didn't have the relevant specialisations but mere 'specialisation' in agriculture applied and ironically those candidates were appointed in clear violation of rules, as no official with relevant specialisation and experience was selected as mentioned in the advertisements.It is pertinent to mention here that AIOU is offering four programmes in Agriculture Science: agricultural extension, rural development, forestry action and livestock, and the sources worried that due to insufficient staff, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) could close all these programmes after these irregularities and lack of qualified staff HEC's requirement.
Description: This job is for UAE nationals only Qualification: Bachelor's degree Specialisation: Architectural Engineering Nationality: Emirati Salary Range: Dh24,000
Each player will be able to choose three from a list of seven specialisations, and two class-specific specialisations.
customers' needs and has achieved specialisation on all three of Citrix's test
The oligopolies Boeing and Airbus for instance, cater to the commercial aeroplane market and can only do so effectively and highly profitably due to the economies of scale generated by their extreme levels of specialisation in all things aircraft related.
The Deloitte report indicates that specialisation is a major strategic trend in the banking industry, with risks and benefits both requiring careful assessment.
The finance specialisation will cover internal management of corporate funds, external evaluation of securities and loans, and financial market and international finance insights.
"The Cisco Master Security Specialisation is designed to recognise Cisco partners who have taken the steps to be able to deliver a self-defending network consisting of integrated, collaborative and adaptive security solutions and full life-cycle services," said Mazen Rd, regional manager at Cisco.
Significantly, the European Commission has just launched a new regional innovation strategy called Smart Specialisation, which is a requirement for all regions in receipt of Structural Funds in the period 2014-20.
Symantec partners achieve specialisation by meeting certain requirements that deepen their knowledge and proficiency in a solution family, and specialised Symantec partners receive exclusive benefits as a result of their investment.
Provider of communications and IT solutions Verizon Business announced on Thursday that it has earned Cisco's Master Security Specialisation.
Our aims are: (a) to see which regions are most (least) like each other and to determine if regional structures are becoming more alike or less alike over time; (b) to see if the direction of movement for manufacturing alone is a good indictor of the direction of movement for all industries; (c) to explain the changes we observe and, in particular, and (d) to evaluate the hypothesis (usually attributed to Krugman) that there will be a tendency for greater specialisation over time--especially once deregulation and lower trade barriers and/or transport costs are considered.