EEC

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n EEC an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members "he tried to take Britain into the Europen Union"
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Usage


In news:

E-mail vendors adopt eec measurement standards.
Rising Stars in EECS' convene at MIT.
The Naturalists of the Somerset County Park Commission Environmental Education Center (EEC) have announced " Frost Fest 2012," a series of programs for children and adults that will celebrate the winter season in New Jersey and beyond.
But as the blue-tied male Tories take their turn at the podium at the EEC in Birmingham from Sunday, yo...
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In science:

The horizontal axis gives values of u and the vertical axis the EEC.
Some New Random Field Tools for Spatial Analysis
Fig. 3 EEC for a Gaussian field in three dimensions.
Some New Random Field Tools for Spatial Analysis
This can be either a short-lived proxy or a shortlived EEC; either will solve the problem.
IVOA Recommendation: IVOA Single-Sign-On Profile: Authentication Mechanisms Version 1.01
We present a new calculation of the O(α2 s ) coefficient of the energy-energy correlation function (EEC) using two different schemes to cancel infrared and collinear poles.
A New Calculation of the NLO Energy-Energy Correlation Function
This additional error of αs due to the uncertainty over which the coefficient B (χ) in the EEC is correct is equal to ±0.006, which is appreciable, considering that the pure experimental error is only (+0.002, −0.003) and the error from the hadronisation corrections is ±0.002.
A New Calculation of the NLO Energy-Energy Correlation Function
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