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NLS

abbreviation for
(Library Science & Bibliography) National Library of Scotland
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The qualitative similarities between the NLS breather solutions and rogue waves prompted suggestions that the NLS breathers can serve as a prototype of rogue waves in the ocean [1].
NLS is very proud of its sustained progress performance.
This subject of this article is to show the use of newly developed liquid NLS, designed for waterborne UV curable coatings, is effectively to protect from UV light degradation and would not have negative impacts to cure speed.
Stephen Wylde, managing director of NLS Security Ltd said: "We're very pleased to support this campaign, as we believe it's a great way to remind everyone of the need to make home security a priority.
He also inquired whether he could work for El Paso through a different agency because NLS was not paying him in a timely manner.
Scotland is not a sovereign country and NLS is not 'the' national library of the UK.
John Coll, Head of Access and Enquiries at the National Library of Scotland said, "The addition of sQuid to the NLS card is a significant new benefit.
Isuzu Trucks, a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries (TYO: 7270), has launched its NLS 200 all wheel drive in Australia.
Therefore in order to understand the properties of the NLS equation, many numerical studies have been carried out [6,7,8,9]' In view of this it would also be very desirable to obtain approximate analytical results, which could reproduce the important features of the solutions.
The KdV and the NLS equations are classical examples of stiff equations, where the stiffness is related to the linear part L (it is induced by the distribution of the eigenvalues of L), whereas the nonlinear part has only low order derivatives.
According to the company, the Digital NLS initiative involves making the national library's collections available online by digitising its archives, collecting born-digital publications and preserving the collection.
Although the four-track cassette has been the accepted format for talking books (recorded to play at 15/16 inches per second [ips] for up to six hours of reading time per cassette), since the mid-1970s the increasing popularity and affordability of digital technology have spurred NLS to plan a digital alternative to cassettes that will greatly improve the sound quality of the narration and enable blind and physically handicapped readers to access reading materials in the same way as the sighted population.