Synonyms for vup or Related words with vup
Examples of "vup"
The VAX Unit of Performance, or
for short, is an obsolete measurement of computer performance used by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). 1
was equivalent to the performance of a VAX 11/780 completing a given task.
has published works of many of New Zealand's strongest and most vibrant poets, including:
Books published by
have won numerous Montana New Zealand Book Awards such as:
Unmanned Patrol Squadron 19 (
-19) is an unmanned patrol squadron of the United States Navy, nicknamed the "Big Red" and established on 1 October 2013.
On 7 February 2013 the Navy announced that it would stand up
-19 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida, in 2014, to eventually operate the MQ-4C Triton. A detachment of
-19 will also be established at NAS Point Mugu, California.
-19 will fall under the administrative control of Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11 (CPRW-11) at NAS Jacksonville, where an MQ-4C mission control facility is also under construction, and will initially operate the Triton on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions for the U.S. 5th Fleet in the Southwest Asia/Middle East/East Africa region, the U.S. 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic, the U.S. 7th Fleet in the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean, and U.S. Fleet Forces Command in western Atlantic operations. The Navy originally planned to activate a second Triton squadron,
-11, in 2014 to take over operations in the Pacific in support of U.S. 7th Fleet and share U.S. 5th Fleet operations with
-19, but this has been delayed pending
-19 attaining initial operational capability.
Victoria University Press (
), founded in the 1970s, is the book publishing arm of Victoria University of Wellington, located in Wellington, New Zealand.
The Valledupar non-directional beacon (Ident:
) is located on the field. The Valledupar VOR-DME (Ident: VVP) is located south of the airport.
On 7 February 2013, the U.S. Navy announced that it would stand up Unmanned Patrol Squadron Nineteen (
-19) at NAS Jacksonville, Florida on 1 October 2013, to eventually operate the MQ-4C as the Navy's first Triton squadron. A detachment of
-19 will also be established at NAS Point Mugu, California.
-19 will fall under the administrative control of Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing ELEVEN (CPRW-11) at NAS Jacksonville, where an MQ-4C mission control facility is also under construction, and will initially operate the Triton on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions for the U.S. 5th Fleet in the Southwest Asia/Middle East/East Africa region, the U.S. 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic, the U.S. 7th Fleet in the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean, and U.S. Fleet Forces Command in western Atlantic operations. In 2014, the Navy will activate a second Triton squadron,
-11, to take over operations in the Pacific in support of U.S. 7th Fleet and share U.S. 5th Fleet operations with
publishes vital work in New Zealand history. The History list, particularly social history, is viewed in broad, culturally diverse, and interdisciplinary terms; embracing studies of New Zealand's past and present and how these may shape the future.
In addition, a signature scheme that satisfies the property of unpredictability and not necessarily pseudo-randomness is essentially a Verifiable Unpredictable Function (VUF). A verifiable unpredictable function is defined analogously to a Verifiable Pseudorandom Function (VRF) but for pseudo-randomness being substituted with weaker unpredictability. Verifiable unpredictable permutations are the permutation analogs of VUFs or unpredictable analogs of VRPs. A VRP is also a
can actually be built by building a VRP via the Feistel construction applied to a VRF. But this is not viewed useful since VUFs appear to be much easier to construct than VRFs.
Interactive narrative design focuses on creating meaningful participatory story experiences with interactive systems. The aim is to transport the player through play into the videogame (dataspace) using their visual and auditory senses. When interactive narrative design is successful, the
(viewer/user/player) believes that they are experiencing a story.
The term was used largely within the DEC and its community, and fell from use as more standard ratings like SPEC became more widely used. This was especially true with the introduction of DEC workstations running Unix, in which case the
was of little use comparing the platforms to competition systems.
Havas was the first French news agency, created in 1835 emerged in the age of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Agence France-Presse (AFP) news agency comes from it. Havas was acquired by Vivendi in 1998, and renamed Vivendi Universal Publishing.
in turn merged with Lagardere to become Editis in 2004.
Grimshaw has also contributed to the following anthologies: "Myth of the 21st Century" (Reed 2006); "The Best New Zealand Fiction Volumes Two, Three, Four and Five" (Vintage); "The New Zealand Book of the Beach Volumes One and Two" (David Ling); "Some Other Country" (
); "Second Violins" (Vintage, 2008).
The company presented its first prototypes at the Paris Motor Show in October 1946. These were the Julien MM5 and the Julien
. During the ensuing twelve months Julien negotiated successfully with the government, who controlled the necessary materials supplies, for permission to put the MM5 into production.
In 2000, Presses de la Cité became part of Vivendi Universal Publishing (
), which in 2002 was sold to Hachette Group and then in 2003 passed to Wendel Investissement. Presses de la Cité then became part of Editis. In 2008, Wendel sold Editis to the Spanish Grupo Planeta.
As defined by Dinehart, Interactive Narrative Design combines ludology, narratology and game design to form interactive entertainment development methodologies. It is a narratological craft which focuses on the structuralist, or literary semiotic creation of stories via viewer/user/player (
) navigated dataspaces. These interactive narrative experiences allow the player to witness data as navigable, participatory, and dramatic in real-time:
As defined by Stephen Dinehart, Interactive narrative design combines ludology, narratology and game design to form interactive entertainment development methodologies. Interactive entertainment experiences allow the player to witness data as navigable, participatory, and dramatic in real-time: “a narratological craft which focuses on the structuralist, or literary semiotic creation of stories." Interactive Narrative design seeks to accomplish this via viewer/user/player (
) navigated dataspaces
is a major scholarly publisher specialising in New Zealand history and public affairs. It is also a leading publisher of scholarly non-fiction, literary fiction, and poetry. Its highlights include the novel, "Gifted" by Patrick Evans, and television's Tim Wilson's "Their Faces Were Shining". It has a backlist of over 400 books in print, and on average issues twenty five new titles each year.
receives funding from Victoria University of Wellington, which publisher Fergus Barrowman notes is extremely useful: "If we were independent with no funds at all it would be extremely hard. I don't know how some of New Zealand's independent publishers manage to do the books they do. University support is crucial for us. One of the great things is we can take commercial risks, like first books and short stories."
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