FPC Terminology

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FPC Terminology


Federal Register

Such valves may be set to discharge at 35 p.s.i. by installing a spring H. Certain terminology in $ 154.63 , suitable ... are invited to give 154 , 201 , 204 , 205 , 260 ] K. Certain schedule pages of FPC their views on this proposal .

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FERC Statutes Regulations

The evolution of inn individual curtailment proceeding willen the FPC definition itself contradicts a lid deal with the details and specifics of non conclusion that the meaning of the termeeg applying these definitions to the markets is ...

FERC Statutes   Regulations


Axiomatic Domain Theory in Categories of Partial Maps

Definition 9.2.9 A Cpo - model of FPC is absolute if for every A E 1.K 1 , K ( 1 , A ) is inaccessible by lubs of w - chains in pK ( 1 , A ) . Proposition 9.2.10 In an absolute Cpo - model of FPC , for every ( A , < ) € | PK ( T ) | and ...

Axiomatic Domain Theory in Categories of Partial Maps

First systematic account of axiomatic categorical domain theory and functional programming.

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Statutes Regulations

agricultural uses which may fall within the new definition . With respect to the second point , USDA is aware of the FPC definition of " process gas " codified as 18 CFR 2.78 ( 2 ) ( 8 ) , but is not persuaded that Congress intended the ...

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FPC News

RP73-84 El Paso Natural Gas Company FPC JUDGE ALLOWS COSTS OF CAOL GASIFICATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT CHARGED TO R & D ... Among other things , the order broadened the definition of research and development contained in the Commission's ...

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Games and Full Abstraction for a Functional Metalanguage with Recursive Types

As usual for such completeness results, the proof rests on definability: we show that sufficiently many FPC programs are in fact the denotation of some term of Xlc. Here, “sufficiently many” means enough to distinguish any two distinct ...

Games and Full Abstraction for a Functional Metalanguage with Recursive Types

This book is a minor revision of the thesis submitted in August 1996; no major changes have been made. However, I would like to take this opportunity to mention that since the thesis was written, discoveries have been made which would allow a substantial simplification and strengthening of the results in Chapters 3 and 6. In particular, it is now possible to model sums correctly in the category I as well as in £, which means that the definability results of Chapter 6 can be stated and proved at the intensional level, making them simpler and much closer in spirit to the original proofs of Abramsky, Jagadeesan, Malacaria, Hyland, Ong and Nickau [10,61,79]. This also leads quite straightforwardly to an understanding of call-by-value languages. Details of these improvements can be found in [14,73]. It is also worth mentioning that progress has been made on some of the topics suggested for future research in Chapter 7. In particular, fully abstract models have been found for various kinds of languages with local variables [8,13-16], and a fully complete games model of the polymorphic language System F has been constructed by Hughes [59]. Guy McCusker February 1998 Acknowledgements First of all, I must thank my supervisor, Samson Abramsky. It was he who first introduced me to game semantics and suggested avenues of research in the area; this book would certainly not exist were it not for him.

Recent Trends in Algebraic Development Techniques

An FPC Σ-algebra A is now defined as a pair (ιA ,ρA) of a suitable type environment and term environment for an FPC signature Σ. We can define a model functor by setting ModFPC(Σ) to be the discrete category of FPC Σ-algebras.

Recent Trends in Algebraic Development Techniques

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 16th International Workshop on Algebraic Development Techniques, WADT 2002, held at Frauenchiemsee, Germany in September 2002. The 20 revised full papers presented together with 6 invited papers were carefully improved and selected from 44 workshop presentations during two rounds of reviewing. The papers are devoted to topics like formal methods for system development, specification languages and methods, systems and techniques for reasoning about specifications, specification development systems, methods and techniques for concurrent, distributed, and mobile systems, and algebraic and co-algebraic methods.

Middle and Long term Energy Policies and Alternatives

demand or needs ; however , such interchangeable use of terminology is not indicated in Table 1 unless the forecasts themselves ... FPC , 1973 . NPC , 1973 . FORD , 1974 AEC , 1974 . CEQ , 1974 . NAE , 1974 . LLL , 1974 . FEA , 1974 .

Middle  and Long term Energy Policies and Alternatives


Diagnostic Pathology Familial Cancer Syndromes E Book

TERMINOLOGY Abbreviations • Familial pancreatic cancer (FPC) • Familial atypical multiple mole melanoma (FAMMM) • Hereditary pancreatic cancer (HPC) • Familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) Definitions • HPC: Well-defined genetic ...

Diagnostic Pathology  Familial Cancer Syndromes E Book

This expert volume in the Diagnostic Pathology series is an excellent point-of-care resource for practitioners at all levels of experience and training. Physicians should have the knowledge derived from morphological findings to identify the likelihood of a cancer patient having an additional underlying familial syndrome— and to decide if that patient should undergo molecular genetic evaluation. This volume is specifically designed to help pathologists, oncologists, and other physicians who diagnose and treat cancer to recognize syndromes and syndrome- associated neoplasms and advise patients and their families on the possibility of a familial syndrome and their risk of developing other tumors. Diagnostic Pathology: Familial Cancer Syndromes, second edition, is an easy-to-use, one-stop reference for information on hereditary cancer syndromes, including differential diagnosis and management, that offers a templated, highly formatted design; concise, bulleted text; and superior color images throughout. Contains all the information necessary to determine whether a neoplasm typically encountered in daily practice is sporadic or related to a familial cancer syndrome Features a revised structure to keep you up to date: Part I includes more than 80 detailed chapters describing diagnoses associated with familial cancer syndromes; Part II contains more than 70 chapters with detailed descriptions of major syndromes (cross-referenced with diagnoses); and Part III features a molecular factors index that includes a complete description of each known gene associated with a familial cancer syndrome Contains updated chapters with newly classified GI, neurology, multiple organ, eye, endocrine, GYN, and kidney tumors, as well as more than 20 entirely new chapters covering recently recognized syndromes Incorporates up-to-date molecular findings and their significance for familial cancer syndromes; new techniques and technologies being used to discover gene mutations and other alterations; and details on personalized medicine targeted to specific genes Features more than 2,200 images throughout, including clinical and radiological images, algorithms, graphics, gross pathology, histology, and a wide range of special and immunohistochemical stains—all carefully annotated to highlight the most diagnostically significant factors Features time-saving bulleted text, key facts in each chapter, an extensive index, and numerous tables for quick reference and thorough understanding

Native Woodlands and Birds of South Dakota

For example , equation 9 assumes N . large sample sizes ( completely ignoring all fpc terms ) , and it assumes the second phase sample ( nn ) is not necessarily a subset of the primary sample for nń ( Born and Barnard 1983 , p . 126 ) .

Native Woodlands and Birds of South Dakota

Eighty-four percent of the upland bird species in present-day bird counts along the Missouri River were included in bird species lists 150 years ago. Eighty-three percent of upland bird species in the Slim Buttes area also occurred 80 to 120 years ago. Historical photographs show native woodlands were part of the presettlement landscape. Expansion of the ranges of blue jays, common grackles, and eastern phoebes in western South Dakota can be attributed to tree plantings, cultivation, and urbanization rather than expanded native woodlands.

Vegetation of the Glacier Lakes Ecosystem Experiments Site

For example , equation 9 assumes large sample sizes ( completely ignoring all fpc terms ) , and it assumes the second phase sample ( nn ) is not necessarily a subset of the primary sample for nń ( Born and Barnard 1983 , p . 126 ) .

Vegetation of the Glacier Lakes Ecosystem Experiments Site

Vegetation at the Glacier Lakes Ecosystem Experiment Site, a 600 ha research site at 3200 to 3500 m elevation in the Snowy Range of southeastern Wyoming, was categorized and described from an intensive sampling of species abundances. A total of 304 vascular plant taxa were identified through collection and herbarium documentation. Plots with tree species were separated from those without tree species for ordination and classification analyses. Detrended correspondence analysis was used to order plots along major axes of composition variation, which are inferred moisture and topographic gradients. Cluster analysis was used to categorize plots based on composition similarity. The resulting groups were named according to species dominants. We identified and described in detail 4 meadow, 4 thicket or scrub, 3 krummholz, and 2 forest plant associations.

Research Paper RMRS

For example , equation 9 assumes large sample sizes ( completely ignoring all fpc terms ) , and it assumes the second phase sample ( nn ) is not necessarily a subset of the primary sample for nń ( Born and Barnard 1983 , p . 126 ) .

Research Paper RMRS


Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Reports

See FPCGlossary of Important Power and Rate Terms , ” etc. , 1965 . Supplemental 7,389 kw ; firm , 8,182 kw . ( Tr . 62 ) • T. 173 . 29 $ 336,385 divided by $ 524,600 x $ 2 = $ 1,28 . 26 See Glossary , supra .

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Public Utility Regulation of an Exhaustible Resource

Productivity " in F.P.C. terminology refers to nonassociated ( A.G.A. ) natural gas reserve additions per successful ( A.A.P.G. ) gas well foot drilled . 11 . See the letter from Thomas Stauffer to Senator Henry Jackson in U.S. Congress ...

Public Utility Regulation of an Exhaustible Resource


Concentration by Competing Raw Fuel Industries in the Energy Market and Its Impact on Small Business

Even though the FPC has provided for a “ seminar " of " qualified geologists ” to assure " the use of standard techniques and definitions , " i2 it does not provide that the A.G.A. definitions or terminology be more precisely defined .

Concentration by Competing Raw Fuel Industries in the Energy Market and Its Impact on Small Business


Natural Gas Supplies

sittachment B Interviews with FPC Staff Concerning the Definition of Form 15 Reserves 1 ) Mr. Victor Zabel is in charge of the FPC's nonproducing offshore reserve study ( R175-112 ) . Zabel confirmed that the form 15 reserve definition ...

Natural Gas Supplies


Natural Gas Regulation Hearings Before 92 2 March 22 and 23 1972

Furthermore , if the FPC did not approve the contract in its entirety , the producers would be free to discontinue the sale of gas ( or continue the sale subject to any FPC terms and conditions , pending an appeal to the courts to ...

Natural Gas Regulation  Hearings Before     92 2  March 22 and 23  1972


Hearings

After the initial review and approval or modification of the contract , the FPC could not subsequently alter the terms of the sale . The trouble with this provision , as I testified in my original presentation , is that the FPC is not ...

Hearings


Natural Gas Regulation

Furthermore , if the FPC did not approve the contract in its entirety , the producers would be free to discontinue the sale of gas ( or continue the sale subject to any FPC terms and conditions , pending an appeal to the courts to ...

Natural Gas Regulation