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arpa

(ˈɑːpə)
n
(Computer Science) a site concerned with internet infrastructure
[C20: acronym of A(ddress and) R(outing) P(arameter) A(rea)]
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In addition, the UK's Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) has accredited the ECDIS and ARPA (operational level) courses and associated certificates offered by the Abu Dhabi Ports Maritime Training Centre.
Allie Pratley, ARPA's children and youth programs co-ordinator, said the new funding ARPA has received will remedy the lack of Aboriginal participation in the program by enhancing that component.
ARPA Association this year plans to conduct examinations and training for all levels of certification CII.
ARPA is also designed to establish methods of sustainable land use and give people living on that land a stake in the process.
All of this was catalyzed when 1 was immersed in the ARPA dream at the University of Utah--what I call "the power of the context.
From among the many ARPA studies, let me first single out research by Hans Frederikse's group on semiconductors based on d-electrons (as opposed to the more usual s-p electron conduction).
A prime example of the professional is Earl Shumway, whose five-year, three-month prison term is the toughest sentence ever imposed for an ARPA conviction.
To be protected resources under ARPA, looted objects must constitute evidence of past human existence, possess archeological interest (not necessarily significance), and be over 100 years old.
Unfortunately, today's ARPA, the non-defense version of the old DARPA, is drifting back into politics.
ARPA funds some of this work through its Advanced Biomedical Technologies program, which Satava Heads.
This program, a joint effort in the US between ARPA and the Armed Services, is designed to demonstrate technology for a modular aircraft design for one fighter variant with short takeoff, vertical landing (STOVL) capability for Navy and Marine force use and another variant with conventional takeoff and landing capability for land-based forces.