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from the beginning

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the Perseus Project) (Mylonas, 1993), and (b) the production of publications designed ab initio to exploit full electronic capabilities.
Applicants for Ab Initio pilot positions are also required to be Omani citizens and must pass a predetermined assessment process set out by an appointed Flight Training Organisation.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- Wicat announced today that phase one of the "Wings" ab initio pilot training program is available for delivery.
One can try to determine, from very accurate ab initio wavefunctions, the local quantities that feature in DFT, with the underlying idea that an analysis of these exact quantities will help to systematically achieve further improvement.
The other contributors apply coarse-graining to slow phase transitions, describe the use of ab initio and density functional theory to obtain parameters for larger scale models, and present an embedded fiber finite element method for nanocomposite modeling.
Of the endless possibilities offered by scalable computing, some obvious applications include flow simulation, materials processing, ab initio prediction of the electric and thermal properties of solids, and numerical coding of images.
0: Ab Initio, Ambeo, Ascential, Atanasoft, BEZ, Business Objects, Cognos, DecisionPoint Software, ETI, GoldenGate, Hyperion, Informatica, KXEN, MicroStrategy, Prescient, SAS, Siebel Systems and Ward Analytics.
The calculations will be performed in the multichannel quantum defect theory and will use ab initio molecular data obtained by myself and coworkers.
Ab initio molecular dynamics; basic theory and advanced methods.
To date, vendors like Ab Initio, Ascential, MicroStrategy and Vibrant have formally certified Netezza.
OB) announced that it had, on December 31, 2003, effectuated (a) the rescission, ab initio, of the exercise, by certain of its shareholders (the "Subject Shareholders"), of 13,000,000 of the oversubscription rights of such shareholders, and (b) the rescission, surrender and cancellation of all of the remaining warrants that were acquired by the Subject Shareholders in the Company's shareholder rights offering (collectively, the "Rescission Transactions").
One reason for choosing these three groups was to see whether there were different characteristics between students who had studied Italian at high-school, post-WACE (Western Australian Certificate of Education) at Year 12, and those who were ab initio students.
Successful applicants who have funded their own flight training prior to approaching Oman Air are known as Ab Initio Pilots: Licensed Pilots with no previous airline experience and/or type rating.
The court denied the motion to dismiss because the plaintiffs were challenging a transaction subject to entire fairness review ab initio.
As such the inquiry report so submitted is legally incorrect, hence void ab initio.