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FoC

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) father of the chapel
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The FOCs imply that, for a profit maximizing allocation, the
The first-order condition (FOC) associated with this model is as follows:
And for electric cooperatives without FOCs, arrangements will also be discussed how these utilities could install fiber optics.
For example, a novel FOCS and its SMC have been studied in [28]; SMC of a 3D FOCS using a fractional-order switching type controller is investigated in [29].
The conference attracts major UK TOCs, FOCs, transport groups, and key industry influencers.
Meddai Dafydd Iwan am ei dy: "Roedd 1988 yn flwyddyn bwysig iawn i ni - Bethan a fi'n priodi, cyngerdd dathlu chwarter canrif ym Mhafiliwn Corwen a symud i'r ty yy yma, oedd yn focs ar y pryd.
Unfortunately, from a global fisheries management perspective, States offering registration under so-called "flags of convenience" (FOCs) assert little to no control over FOC vessels.
Though, as the minimum international regulations and standards become stricter, the quality of these FOCs will also be necessarily improved in order to comply with the minimum requirement and I expect that the quality gap which still exists will further decrease in the next couple of years.
Denote {[y.sup.W.sub.1], [y.sup.W.sub.2]} as the optimal combative input allocations in the fighting equilibrium that satisfy the FOCs in Equation (6a).
Mahdian, "Tolls for heterogeneous selfish users in multicommodity networks and generalized congestion games," in Proceedings of the 45th Annual Symposium of the Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS), pp.
Dwork, "The promise of differential privacy: a tutorial on algorithmic techniques," in Proceedings of the IEEE 52nd Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS '11), October 2011.