intersystem

intersystem

(ˌɪntəˈsɪstəm)
adj
existing between two or more systems
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However, the quantum yield of electron transport from QA~ to the intersystem of electron acceptors (cpEo - quantum yield for electron transport -ET) decreased as a function of duration of flooding, especially after the seventh day of flooding.
a Romania have completed the construction of the intersystem gas link Bulgaria-Romania, reported BGNES.
Nevertheless, the vehicle is not increased time to market despite the increasing intersystem complexity [1].
Many researchers proposed various algorithms for vertical and horizontal handover technics based on the multiple mobile terminal position, location and the absolute signal strength threshold, and this algorithm improved handover performance for intersystem working between 2G and 3G cellular standards [31].
It turns out that the menu of emojis available for any intersystem communications - for example text messaging between Apple and Samsung phones - requires technical coordination, as well as complex and often contested procedures for considering and vetting proposed icons for the shared catalogues.
Suministro y mantenimiento de licencias del software de integracin de servicios ESB (en adelante, Ensemble), as como los servicios profesionales de consultora y soporte in-situ que permitan al SERMAS la evolucin de su plataforma actual basada en Intersystem Ensemble hacia una nueva plataforma de integracin centralizada consistente en una red de servidores Ensemble.
It explains the Intersystem Approach to sex therapy, which is grounded in systems theory and focuses on domains of behavior to be evaluated.
Although this measurement is currently performed manually on all devices, the intervisit, interobserver and intersystem agreement is very good, and highly reliable measurements can be obtained.
In [15], the authors proposes a novel architecture called Integrated InterSystem Architecture (IISA) based on 3GPP/3GPP2-WLAN interworking models to permit the integration of any type of wireless networks.
A separate issue related to the positioning using the multi-GNSS approach are intersystem biases whose calibration is a minimum requirement of the interoperability of multiple GNSS (Wang et al.
Although Cohens is an odd case because it provided for federal intersystem appellate review when there was no state intra-system appellate review, that is not the only oddity about the case.