DLit


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DLit

or DLitt
abbr. Latin
Doctor Litterarum (Doctor of Letters; Doctor of Literature)
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Mokgokong, P.C., 1975, Context as a determinant of meaning with special reference to Northern Sotho, DLit et Phil thesis, University of South Africa, Pretoria.
For measuring instruments, a 10x rule of thumb requires calibration to a standard 10x more accurate than the DLIT. With bandwidths today greater than 30 GHz in direct-sampling scopes, it is natural to question the accuracy of the acquired waveforms.
MacMillan, DLit.), have provided much source material to the author, while the final text owes much to Ottawa writer and editor James Robb, BA, BJ, MA.
Professor Richard Steinitz OBE will later be awarded an honorary DLit and the title of emeritus professor for his work at the institution which grew out of Huddersfield College of Technology.
The reconstruction software, Diffuse Luminescence Imaging Tomography (DLIT) developed by Xenogen, is used with the IVIS 300 to reconstruct the location of luminescent cells based on diffuse surface images.