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spt

(Sectors Per Track) The number of sectors in one track.

penetration test

A test which measures the relative density of silt or sand at the bottom of a borehole. Also See dynamic penetration test and static penetration test.
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SPT defended those trips, and did the same yesterday when asked about the Milan jaunt.
The IP-based SPT design also simplifies integration of the timer network.
Berenson & Company consulted SPT on the deal, while CSC received advice from Lepe Partners.
Data were obtained regarding the technique of SPT placement utilized, incurred bowel complications, timing of presentation of the complication, and underlying patient risk factors.
SPT is a very focused, well-managed and amazing project.
Each SPT member is assigned to an area of work, with an adult partner to help keep them on task.
MunEDA WiCkeD SPT will begin shipping in April 2011.
The SPT also visited and conducted interviews in other places where persons are or may be deprived of their liberty.
We revealed in November how SPT billed taxpayers for pounds 520,000 in expenses in less than three years.
Because new technology developed for CWIS has also been integrated into SPT, both SPT and CWIS have similar capabilities, differing primarily in that CWIS includes a user interface, default nsdl_dc metadata schema, and a number of other features designed specifically to help with integration into NSDL, while SPT comes with a user interface that is more easily customized and a less complex default metadata schema intended to be less intimidating to the metadata neophyte.
Correction: In the Product Watch section of our March issue, we incorrectly identified Hayes Software Systems as the manufacturer of the Symbol SPT 1800 handheld device.
The usefulness of IDT has been called into question by some authors, while others believe that studies demonstrating that SPT was superior might have been subject to bias.