atm

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n ATM an unattended machine (outside some banks) that dispenses money when a personal coded card is used
    • n ATM a means of digital communications that is capable of very high speeds; suitable for transmission of images or voice or video as well as data "ATM is used for both LAN and WAN"
    • n atm a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade
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Usage

In literature:

Breaking into ATM bank machines?
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
D'Aubuisson's formula would have given p1 - p = 0.347 atm; and M. Arson's would have given p1 - p = 0.5382 atm.
"Scientific American Supplement No. 275" by Various
In practice steam can be raised from cold water to 3 atm.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 455, September 20, 1884" by Various
In the case of water, the critical temperature is 364.3deg, and the critical pressure 194.6 atm.
"The Phase Rule and Its Applications" by Alexander Findlay
The simulator is a heavily insulated 2-cu-ft capacity chamber with an internal pressure of 0.1 atm.
"Significant Achievements in Space Bioscience 1958-1964" by National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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In news:

Crooks are attaching card skimmers to gas pumps and ATM machines and capturing unsuspecting people's debit and credit card information, law enforcement officials said.
There's an ATM for that.
Colorado Springs police are searching for three armed robbers who broke into The Citadel mall, tied up two employees and broke into ATM machines with sledge hammers early Thursday.
Police are investigating how three gunmen got in the mall and then sledge-hammered four ATMS inside.
The Madera County Sheriff Office is looking for three men who broke into a convenience store early Wednesday and stole an ATM machine.
Authorities warn that everyday tasks, such as getting gasoline or stopping at an ATM machine, could result in someone's bank accounts being cleaned out, if people aren't careful.
The ATM at Penobscot County Federal Credit Union 's new location on Main Street in Bangor needs your help.
BBB provides the following tips to be safe when using an ATM.
So, what the heck ever happened to our cupcake ATM.
We've got Sprinkles – now with a 24-hour cupcake ATM – and BabyCakes, Erin McKenna's vegan cupcakes .
I lost my wallet after I stopped at an ATM for cash.
Deadlocked jury in ATM trial.
You could pay more next year to use your debit card anywhere but at an atm.
You can buy them online or at the store, add money whenever you want, use them at most stores and withdraw cash from any ATM.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City reports that debit-card use grew slowly for two decades before exploding in the mid-1990s because of aggressive marketing and the addition of debit-card features to ATM cards.
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In science:

Given the terrestrial bound on α, one sees that ξ is given by ξatm ∼ 27.4 in atmospheric or typical long-baseline experiments while it is given by ξsolar ∼ 7.6 in the case of the solar or KamLAND type of experiments.
Theory of Neutrinos: A White Paper
The pressure difference ∆p between the injected air and the oil buffer ranged from 0.1 to 1.25 atm.
The Universality Class of Diffusion Limited Aggregation and Viscous Fingering
In the outer layers of the star at r ∼ 1000 km from the center, the neutrinos encounter the MSW resonances. A resonance at matter densities 103 − 105 g/cc, which correspond to Dm2 atm , is called an H resonance.
Physics and Astrophysics Opportunities with Supernova Neutrinos
We maintain a density and pressure floor ρatm and Patm in the atmosphere.
Relativistic magnetohydrodynamics in dynamical spacetimes: A new AMR implementation
We maintain a low density atmosphere in the computational domain with ρatm = 10−10ρmax (0) and Patm = Pcold (ρatm ) as described in Sec.
Relativistic magnetohydrodynamics in dynamical spacetimes: A new AMR implementation
Figure 2: Ignition delay times of a stoichiometric hydrogen–air mixture at 1 atm.
Verification, Validation and Testing of Kinetic Mechanisms of Hydrogen Combustion in Fluid Dynamic Computations
Even for classes representing complex real-world concepts, such as an ATM or a flight scheduler, MML remains applicable if used incrementally to define partial yet useful behavioral properties.
What Good Are Strong Specifications?
To explain how the tool works, let as propose the example of ATM system. This machine allows withdrawing money from account. Its behavior is as follow. Customer has to insert card in machine.
Extending Refusal Testing by Stochastic Refusals for Testing Non-deterministic Systems
For example, for helium gas at room temperature and at 1 atm pressure mγ was found to be ∼ 0.3 eV.
Axion search with optical technique
The required gas pressure was in the range of 0.1 − 300 atm.
Axion search with optical technique
Listed are the boiling point (b.p.) in degrees Celsius, the molecular weight (M ), the constant-pressure heat capacity (Cp ) at 300 K, the vapor pressure (v.p.) in atmospheres, and (n-1)×106 , where n is the index of refraction at 1 atm. pressure, 300 K and a wavelength of 300 nm (E=4.1 eV).
In-beam Tests of a Ring Imaging Cerenkov Detector With a Multianode Photomultiplier Readout
The nominal operating temperature and pressure of the target loop are 20 K and 2 atm.
A High Power Hydrogen Target for Parity Violation Experiments
With helium gas at 20 K and 2 atm as the target fluid, a temperature difference of several degrees is expected, so initial studies of the pump were performed with helium gas.
A High Power Hydrogen Target for Parity Violation Experiments
It has a cylindrical drift volume of 180 fiducial litres at a pressure of 5 atm.
Review on Double Beta Decay Experiments and Comparison with Theory
If the large angle MSW solution with ∆m2 mixing angles θatm and θsun in the “Just-So” or the large-angle MSW scenario are finally confirmed, one would have an indication that the physics responsible for neutrino masses and lepton flavor mixing might be qualitatively different from that for the quark sector.
Summary of the NOW'98 Phenomenology Working Group
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