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A program that stores messages for missed telephone calls. Voicemail differs from earlier answering machines in that voicemail messages are stored on a computer network, while answering machine messages were recorded on an audio tape. Voicemail messages can thus be retrieved from anywhere.
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On the move But it's not just in retail and hospitality that VMS is having an impact: the transport and logistics sectors are benefitting too.
(1), the total idle cost ([C.sub.idle]) of VMs can be calculated for every task for every moment.
Lesser days to first service with shorter service period and calving to conception interval were observed in VMS=0 than VMS [greater than or equal to]1 cows, although the difference was non-significant.
Regarding signs of maturity in the category, the study found that there have been no new types of VMS products that have shown sustained growth in the past several years.
ACO is random optimization search approach that is used for allocating the incoming jobs to VMs. It uses a positive feedback mechanism, inner parallelism, and extensible.
We report our experience with the use of ethanol for the ablation of VMs in an 8-year-old female child.
Women participating in the VMS portion of the study kept a daily symptom diary and completed the Menopause-Specific Quality of Life (MENQOL) questionnaire as an objective measure of symptomatology.
The study's goal included generating a better understanding of how consumers perceive existing O-T-C and VMS products while identifying triggers that have the potential to accelerate industry growth.
The acquisition of VMS provides NewSpring Holdings with the opportunity to leverage three core products, forming the ideal platform for organic growth, while also pursuing an aggressive acquisition strategy.
This defect can be overcome to some extent by a variety of stabilizing techniques, including Galerkin least square (GLS) method [4, 5], streamline-upwind Petrov-Galerkin (SUPG) method [6], defect-correction method [7,8], local projection stabilization (LPS) method [9], discontinuous Galerkin method [10-12], and variational multiscale (VMS) method.
In the cloud environment, the datasets and the tasks both need to be hosted in the form of VMs. Suppose there are M VM instances that are available for hosting tasks and datasets across the public clouds and the private cloud data centers, denoted as V = {[v.sub.1], [v.sub.2], ..., [v.sub.M]}.