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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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ARPA has partnered with TacitKey to enable their members to publish articles on regulatory affairs in Asia, exchange good practices through an exclusive community, organize forums to connect government, industry, and academia, as well as offer certificate courses.
Although he left ARPA in 1973, he went on to commercialize packet switching technology through his company Telenet and later dedicated himself to improve the quality of internet networking.
ARPA's financial margins, after accounting for member distributions, have been narrow and coverage metrics have been close to or just below breakeven levels in recent years.
Like many atomic scientists, York later regretted his involvement in nuclear weapons development and was a strong proponent of arms control; in contrast, York's autobiography makes his time at ARPA seem quite fun.
Beyond this early phase in ARPA history, Weinberger's book focuses sequentially on the agency's attempts to define its mission and organizational vision.
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.
Since 2012, Soucie has been involved with ARPA's Communities ChooseWell program, which promotes healthy eating and healthy living.
ARPA Association this year plans to conduct examinations and training for all levels of certification CII.