GSA

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n GSA a central management agency that sets Federal policy for Federal procurement and real property management and information resources management
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Usage


In news:

Tangherlini hoping changes after scandal will 'bake' into GSA 's DNA.
Dorothy Robyn is GSA 's pick as Public Buildings Service commissioner.
GSA workers spend $8 million for travel.
Fired GSA manager lands job with architecture firm.
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More headaches for the GSA .
Johnson brings a notable military background to his new position at Stertil-Koni as sales manager for GSA and US military customers.
Rand D Johnson has joined Stertil-Koni as sales manager for GSA and US military customers.
GSA Can't Answer Hearing Questions On $30 Million Unreported Bonuses Exposed By WUSA9.
Bonus checks for GSA workers total far more than previously reported, lawmaker reveals.
Documents show dozens of questionable GSA conferences, millions in bonuses.
Morgan keeps GSA Phoenix Red's hopes alive.
GSA waste watcher also a 'boom-whacker.
GSA under fire over another conference.
Review says GSA spent thousands on 2010 awards ceremony.
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In science:

We denote by GSA (ω) (resp., GSH (ω)) the algebra of Sreal-analytic (resp., S-holomorphic) generalized functions.
Real Analytic Generalized Functions
GSA (ω), (resp., GSH (Ω)) is a differential subalgebra of G (ω) (resp., G (Ω)).
Real Analytic Generalized Functions
The sampling speed is calculated by taking the number of cells in a row and dividing it by the propagation time for a given control voltage setting. A plot of the sampling speed versus control voltage (ROVDD) is shown in Fig. 5, where it is seen that sampling rates from below 0.3 GSa/s to above 4.5 GSa/s are possible.
The PRO1 ASIC for Fast Wilkinson Encoding
The differences in the predictions of the GSA and the three GGR models (A, B, and C) are thus due to the x-behavior of the quark distributions and the relative sizes of ∆G.
A Comparison of Spin Observable Predictions for RHIC
Figure 1 compares the predictions of the GSA (large ∆G) with the three GGR gluon models for the prompt photon asymmetry, Aγ LL .
A Comparison of Spin Observable Predictions for RHIC
At each transmitter location, the t0 of the transmitter signal, as well as an 8.192 microsecond waveform (sampled at 2 GSa/s) was recorded in an HP5452 digital oscilloscope, for each receiver.
Recent Results from the RICE Experiment at the South Pole
We propose a generalised self assembly (GSA) of strings.
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
We study the relationship between GS and GSA.
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
As an answer to the above question, we propose a generalised self assembly (GSA) of two strings (definition 2).
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
We take advantage of this equivalence of GS and GSA and plan to investigate the generalised splicing for some classes of languages in Chomskian hierarchy.
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
For an investigation, we define the GSA of automata, regular grammar, linear grammar, context free grammar (apart from the GSA of two languages).
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
In this paper, section 2 discusses the definitions of GS and GSA.
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
Thus GSA of two regular grammars is again regular.
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
Since w ∈ L(GSA(G1 , G2 )), w can be expressed as w = uav .
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
There exists a path with label w from q0 to any one of the final states in the transition graph of M , involving the edge a. ⇒ w ∈ L(GSA(M1 , M2 )).
A proposal to a generalised splicing with a self assembly approach
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