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Pipeline

The underwriting process that must be completed with the SEC before a security can be offering for sale to the public.

Pipeline

1. Informal; the process by which a company or underwriter conducts all due diligence, files all necessary paperwork, and generally makes preparation for a new issue. The pipeline especially refers to abiding by regulations issued by the SEC.

2. More broadly, any activity or project that is in the preparatory stages.

pipeline

The process through which security issues pass before their distribution to the public. If securities are being readied for distribution, they are said to be in the pipeline.

pipeline

(1) A system for carrying fluids or gases. (2) A popular expression for things that are in process. For example,“There are over 10,000 condo units in the pipeline, in various stages of construction or conversion.” Or “I'm not worried about apartment move-outs this summer because I have a number of prospects in the pipeline.”

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These maintenance and troubleshooting activities are termed as pipeline processing and pipeline services.
The first (currently available) uses a 2Mpixel Aptina[TM] SoC configured to output raw video data and one CW5631 SoC to do the Image Pipeline processing.
The OpenFlow pipeline processing defines how packets interact with these tables.
Platform uniquely supports image pipeline processing, image enhancement and embedded vision features, including video stabilizer, face detection, gesture recognition and augmented reality
These orders significantly increase the backlog for our oil and gas pipeline processing facility in New Iberia, Louisiana and demonstrate the confidence of major multi-national oil companies in the quality of our process (patent pending) and products as well as our competence in serving this very important but demanding market".

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