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Ptas a.k.a. The peseta was the currency of Spain between 1869 and 2002. Along with the French franc, it was also a de facto currency used in Andorra.

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Google previewComputing and Combinatorics (2003)

6th Annual International Conference, COCOON 2000, Sydney, Australia, July 26-28, 2000 Proceedings by Ding-Zhu Du, Peter Eades, Vladimir Estivill-Castro, Xuemin Lin, Arun Sharma

Our PTAS is a nontrivial application of the Baker approach. Let h = [+]...

Google previewThe Eurozone Crisis and the Transformation of EU Governance (2014)

Internal and External Implications by Dr Eleni Xiarchogiannopoulou, Professor Maria Joᾶo Rodrigues

eu's PTas is that the trade preferences it offers are non-reciprocal and that social Conditionality (sC) governs the participation to the scheme. in other words, trade preferences are conditional to the adoption and implementation of a number ...

Google previewPrinciples of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (2014)

Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference (KR '94) by Jon Doyle, Erik Sandewall, Pietro Torasso

(A PTAS is a family of polynomial time algorithms, one for each e > 0, that each achieve an approximation ratio of 1 + e.) The theorem follows. (We already know that we can obtain a ratio of 2 efficiently.) El Theorem 3 places the blocks-world ...

Google previewElementary Examples in Practical Mechanics, comprising copious explanations and proofs of the fundamental propositions (1860)

by John Francis TWISDEN

PN, RR', SS', TT' ; through PS' draw a plane Pa parallel to the base, the figure PTaS is a rectangular parallelopiped, and its volume is equal to A x PN. Now all the angles at N being right angles, the plane PT is perpendicular to SN, and ...

Google previewComputational Science and Its Applications - ICCSA 2004 (2004)

International Conference, Assisi, Italy, May 14-17, 2004, Proceedings by Antonio Laganà, Marina L. Gavrilova, Vipin Kumar, Youngsong Mun, C.J. Kenneth Tan, Osvaldo Gervasi

The PTAS is a modification of the one designed in [10] for the 2-MRCT. First we show that the simple 2-approximation algorithm for the 2-MRCT also works for the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of U.S. Political History (2010)

by Andrew Robertson

Because FTAs, like customs unions, establish preferential reductions of barriers to trade and investment between parties to the agreement, they are often referred to as preferential trade agreements (PTAs). (Note, however, that members of a ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Political Science (2011)

by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino

Meanwhile, a new form of bilateralism gained prominence from the mid1980s: preferential trade agreements (PTAs). As noted above, the GATT exempted parties to free trade areas and customs unions from the requirement of applying for ...

Google previewDictionary of International Trade Law, 3rd Edition (2015) (2015)

by Raj Bhala

African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries that have enjoyed preferential trading arrangements (PTAs) with the European Union (EU) pursuant to the Lomé or Cotonou Conventions, and the successor Economic Partnership Arrangements ...

Google previewDictionary for Air Travel and Tourism Activities: Over 7,100 Terms on Airlines (2008)

by Homero E. Martinez

PTAs may involve domestic or international reservations and must be processed at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled departure time, excluding Saturday, Sunday, and federal or state legal holidays. PTAs may be used for the prepayment of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Education and Human Development (2015)

by Stephen J. Farenga, Immanuel Ness

This was more likely to be structured through the newly emerging parent teacher associations (PTAs). By mid-century, the rise of parent cooperative schools would again involve parents more directly but, by definition, from a more powerful ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Optimization (2001)

Arora's PTAS. It is quite ...

Google previewA Romanized Hindūstānī and English Dictionary (1880)

by Nathaniel Brice

PTAS, s. f. tliirat. PVASA, s. m. thirst: adj. thirsty. PTAS BUJHANX, to quench thirst. PYASE MARNA, to be very thirsty. PTSsi, adj. f. thirsty.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Contemporary LGBTQ Literature of the United States [2 volumes] (2009)

by Emmanuel S. Nelson

Like the Benedict Prize, the Publishing Triangle Awards (PTAs) were established by a group of professionals, the Association of Lesbians and Gay Men in Publishing. Since 1989, the annual PTAs have recognized writers with cash awards in ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education: A-H ; 2, I-Z ; 3, Biographies, visual history, index (2009)

Local Education Foundations Local education foundations are different from parentteacher associations (PTAs) in the sense that the foundations do not have any oversight responsibility within the school system. Typically these foundations ...

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