Q point that is the combination of scan data and track data to form a vector.



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CUSTOMS INVOICE

A form requiring all data in a commercial invoice along with a Certificate of value and/or a Certificate of origin. Required in a few countries (usually former British territories) and usually serves as a seller's commercial invoice.

FOB NAMED POINT OF EXPORTATION

Seller is responsible for the cost of placing the goods at a named point of exportation. Some European buyers use this form when they actually mean FOB vessel.

SPOC

SAR point of contact - rescue coordination centres and other established and recognised national points of contact that can accept responsibility to receive Cospas-Sarsat alert data to enable the rescue of persons in distress.

NOx

Any combination of nitrogen and oxygen in a compound form. The most common in terms of environmental considerations is NO, which constitutes 90% of combustion NOx emissions, and NO2. All NO is eventually converted to NO2 in the atmosphere. Hence, most regulations are written to assume that the NOx which is emitted is in the form of NO2. Nox emissions are influenced by many factors, including furnace temperature, flame temperature, burner design, combustion air temperature, nitrogen content of liquid fuels, ammonia content of gas fuels, and other factors.

COLD LIME-SODA PROCESS

A watersoftening process in which water is treated with hydrated lime (sometimes in combination with soda ash), which reacts with dissolved calcium and magnesium compounds to form precipitates that can be removed as sludge.

COMPENSATION SIGNALS

In telemetry, signals recorded on a tape, along with the data and in the same track as the data, used during the playback of data to correct electrically the effects of tape-speed errors.

GMII

Global Maritime Intelligence Integration - it is within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, with the mission to ensure governmentwide access to maritime information and data critical to intelligence production and to serve as the focal point and oversight agent for maritime specific information issues.

GLOBAL MARITIME INTELLIGENCE INTEGRATION

It is within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, with the mission to ensure governmentwide access to maritime information and data critical to intelligence production and to serve as the focal point and oversight agent for maritime specific information issues.

OBJECTIVE

The lens or combination of lenses which receives light rays from an object, and refracts them to form an image in the focal plane of the eyepiece of an optical instrument, such as a telescope. Also called OBJECT GLASS.

COLOR-BAR CODE

A code that uses one or more different colors of bars in combination with black bars and white spaces, to increase the density of binary coding of data printed on merchandise tags or directly on products for inventory control and other purposes.

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