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OpenVINO

OpenVINO toolkit is a free toolkit facilitating the optimization of a Deep Learning model from a framework and deployment using an inference engine onto Intel hardware. The toolkit has two versions: OpenVINO toolkit, which is supported by open so ...

                                               

Conundrum

Conundrum may refer to: Riddle joke, a riddle that constitutes a set-up to the humorous punch line of a joke A riddle, whose answer is or involves a pun or unexpected twist, in particular A logical postulation that evades resolution, an intricate ...

                                               

Rossoschka German War Cemetery

The Rossoschka German War Cemetery is located 37 kilometers northwest of the city center of Volgograd on the Rossoschka river. It is a resting place and a place of remembrance for those who died in the Battle of Stalingrad and for those missing w ...

                                               

PGU

PGU may refer to: Persian Gulf University, a university in Būshehr, Iran Perm State University Russian: Пермский государственный университет, Permskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet, a university in Russia Phillips Graduate University, a graduate sc ...

                                               

Battle of Samarinda

The Battle of Samarinda was a mopping up operation in the series of the Japanese offensive to capture the Dutch East Indies. After capturing the oil refineries at Balikpapan, Japanese forces advanced north to capture the strategic oil drilling si ...

                                               

NEL

NEL or Nel may refer to: North East MRT Line, Singapore National Engineering Laboratory New English Library, a British book publishing company Navy Electronics Laboratory New England League, a baseball minor league Naval Air Engineering Station L ...

                                               

PIMS

Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences Professional Institute of Marketing & Strategy Pakistan Institute of Medi ...

                                               

Stogi, Gdansk

Stogi is one of the administrative districts of the city of Gdansk, Poland. The district is the central part of the Port Island.

                                               

Crenobacter cavernea

Crenobacter cavernea Cave-375 is a gram negative bacterium that is closely related to a previously discovered Crenobacter cavernae strain K1W11S-77ͭ. C. cavernea Cave-375 has not directly been described morphologically, however the related strain ...

                                               

Westcoast

Westcoast, as one word, is used by the following: Westcoast Songwriters Conference, an annual conference hosted by the Westcoast Songwriters organization, a nonprofit educational organization founded in 1979 Westcoast Pipeline, a natural gas pipe ...

                                               

Fulmar (disambiguation)

USFS Fulmar, a United States Bureau of Fisheries research vessel in commission from 1919 to 1933–1934 Fulmar 1868, a ship that sank off the coast of Kilkee, County Clare, Ireland, in 1886 Fairey Fulmar yacht, a 20-foot yacht built by Fairey Marin ...

                                               

Jeffery Miller

Jeffery Oliver Miller is an American trombonist, vocalist, composer, arranger and bandleader primarily known for his work in jazz and pop music. He was worked with Delfeayo Marsalis, Wynton Marsalis, Jon Batiste & Stay Human, Preservation Hall Ja ...

                                               

Almazny

Almazny, Almaznaya, or Almaznoye may refer to: Almazny Urban Settlement, a municipal formation into which the urban-type settlement of Almazny in Mirninsky District of the Sakha Republic, Russia is incorporated Sameh Almazny, engineering assistan ...

                                               

Kalinin

Kalinin, Hamadoni District, a town in Tajikistan Kalinin, former name of Tashir, Armenia Kalinin, former name of Burunqovaq, Azerbaijan Imeni Kalinina, a town in Kyrgyzstan Kalinin, Bokhtar District, a town in Tajikistan Kalinin, former name of T ...

                                               

Moreton Bay Penal Settlement

The Moreton Bay Penal Settlement was established on the Redcliffe Peninsula on Moreton Bay in 1824, under the instructions of John Oxley that a suitable location would be "easy of access, difficult to escape from, and hard to attack; furthermore, ...

                                               

Reliance Dahej Manufacturing Division(DMD)

Dahej Manufacturing Division is the manufactory of Reliance Industries Limited located at Dahej, Gujarat, India near Bharuch. It comprises a Gas cracker which cracks Ethane, Propane and produces Ethylene and Propylene as a product and the same is ...

                                               

Saint-Alban generating station-2

The Saint-Alban-2 power station is an old hydroelectric power station located on the Sainte-Anne River at the level of the Sainte-Anne River Gorges in Saint-Alban in province of Quebec. It was built between 1925 and 1927 to replace the Saint-Alba ...

                                               

Ann Rincon

Ann Rincon is an American electronic design automation engineer. During 1981-2002 she was with the IBM. Her positions there included senior technical staff member IBM Microelectronics, Burlington, Vermont. During 2002-2009 she was Senior Scientis ...

                                               

Charles S. Fuchs

Charles S. Fuchs is an American oncologist. He is director of the Yale Cancer Center in New Haven, Connecticut, and is also Sackler professor of medicine at the Yale School of Medicine and physician-in-chief of the Smilow Cancer Hospital. He has ...

                                               

Jim Hagan (basketball)

James S. Hagan is an American former basketball player. He was an All-American college player at Tennessee Tech before earning similar honors with the Amateur Athletic Unions Phillips 66ers. A native of Glendale, Kentucky, Hagan played for Tennes ...

                                               

Owen Creek Formation

The Owen Creek Formation is a stratigraphic unit of Middle Ordovician age. It is present on the western edge of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta and British Columbia. It consists primarily of dolomite and wa ...

                                               

Mount Wilson Formation

The Mount Wilson Formation is a stratigraphic unit of Late Ordovician age. It is present on the western edge of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta and British Columbia. It consists of quartz sandstone, and was ...

                                               

Farouk Al-Kasim

Farouk Al-Kasim is a Norwegian-Iraqi petroleum geologist. He played a major role in the exploitation of Norways petroleum resources within the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate. Al-Kasim was decorated Knight of the Order of St. Olav in 24 September ...

                                               

Kiripaka

Kiripaka is a locality in Northland, New Zealand. The settlement of Glenbervie lies to the southwest, and Ngunguru is to the northeast. "Kiripaka" means flint, schist or asbestos in the Māori language.

                                               

Japanese torpedo boat Shirataka

The Shirataka was a 1st class torpedo boat of the Imperial Japanese Navy. She was ordered under the Ten Year Naval Expansion Programme passed in 1896 from the shipbuilder Schichau-Werke in Danzig, Germany, where she was built during 1897–98 in pa ...

                                               

Beacon Rail

In May 2008, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group purchased Allco Finance Groups European rolling stock leasing business. In January 2009 it was rebranded Beacon Rail. Its initial fleet comprised 15 class 66s leased to Fastline and Freightliner, 12 Bom ...

                                               

Kennedy Coulee

The Kennedy Coulee is a coulee - a dry gorge or valley - in northern Montana and southern Alberta. Its exposed rocks of the Judith River Formation are a rich source of fossils. The Kennedy Coulee begins in the Kennedy Coulee Ecological Reserve, a ...

                                               

Fort Anderson

Fort Anderson can refer to: Fort Anderson Tennessee ; Site of a state militia encampment during the Coal Creek War Fort Anderson California ; Fort Anderson California State Military Department Fort Anderson - a Hudsons Bay Company post on the And ...

                                               

Johnston

Johnston Atoll, in the central Pacific Ocean Johnston, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom Johnston railway station, serves the village of Johnston in Pembrokeshire, Wales United States Johnston, Northern Territory, Australia Johnston, South Car ...

                                               

Ethylene as a plant hormone

Ethylene as a plant hormone refers to the role that ethylene serves as a plant hormone. It acts at trace levels throughout the life of the plant by stimulating or regulating the ripening of fruit, the opening of flowers, the abscission of leaves ...

                                               

La Saline Natural Area

La Saline Natural Area in the boreal forest of northeastern Alberta, Canada, preserves Saline Lake, a saline oxbow lake adjacent to the Athabasca River north of Fort McMurray. The lake is an important stop for waterfowl and other birds that migra ...

                                               

Drip

Drip or DRIP may refer to: Lithospheric drip, in geology Intravenous therapy, in health and medicine DRiP, Dividend reinvestment plan, in finance Dripping liquid Drip, a slang term popularized by hip hop music, usually used to describe ones fashi ...

                                               

Anadarko

Anadarko may refer to: In places: Anadarko Basin, a geologic basin in western Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle, extending west Anadarko, Oklahoma, a city

                                               

Fina

FINA, Federation Internationale de Natation, also known as International Swimming Federation, is the international federation recognised by the International Olympic Committee for administering international competition in water sports. Fina or F ...

                                               

General and Speciality Workers Union

The General and Speciality Workers Union was a general union in Finland. The union was founded in 1960, as a split from the Finnish Food Workers Union SEL. At the time, the SEL was led by communists, was the Finnish Federation of Trade Unions SAK ...

                                               

Alice Eather

Alice Pearl Daiguma Eather was a slam poet, environmental campaigner and teacher. She was an Indigenous Australian and a teacher in the Maningrida community. Eathers mother is an Aboriginal Traditional Owner Helen Djimbarrwala Willams and her fat ...

                                               

Tidewater

Tidewater may refer to: Tidewater region, a geographic area of southeast Virginia and northeast North Carolina Tidewater accent, an accent of American English associated with the Tidewater region of Virginia Tidewater glacier, a classification of ...

                                               

LPG

LPG may refer to: Local Land and Property Gazetteer National Land and Property Gazetteer Land and Property Gazetteers Liquefied petroleum gas Liberal Party of Gibraltar, a political party in Gibraltar Lipophosphoglycan, a class of molecule found ...

                                               

Grove High School (disambiguation)

Prairie Grove High School in Arkansas Council Grove High School in Kansas Buffalo Grove High School in Illinois The Grove School in California Walden Grove High School in Arizona Pacific Grove High School in California Beech Grove High School in ...

                                               

Gubin

Gubin may refer to: Gubin Do, a village in the Uzice municipality of Serbia Gubin Coal Mine, a large mine in the west of Poland in Gubin, Lubusz Voivodeship Polish and Sorbian name for Guben, a town in Brandenburg, Germany Gubin, Poland, a town o ...

                                               

Thruster

Rim-driven thruster, electric motor and propeller combined in single unit Azimuth thruster, pod underneath a ship, instead of a propeller and rudder Underwater Thrusters, electric motor or hydraulic motor and propeller combined in single unit to ...

                                               

Dukla (disambiguation)

Battle of the Dukla Pass aka Dukla Offensive – World War II battle Dukla Pass – mountain pass between Poland and Slovakia Duklja city - Archaeological site near Podgorica, Montenegro Duklja - Roman province Dioclea, later Medieval Montenegrin sta ...

                                               

Black Thunder

Flight of Fury or Black Thunder, a 2007 action film Black Thunder film, a 1998 action film Hawk of the Hills 1927 serial or Black Thunder, a Western film serial

                                               

Seafield

Seafield may refer to one of several places in Scotland: Seafield, Aberdeen, an area of Aberdeen Seafield, Ayr, a southern district of the Royal Burgh of Ayr in the South Ayrshire council region Seafield, Edinburgh, an area of north east Edinburg ...

                                               

Mason House

Mason House may refer to: John Mason House Winchester, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed John A. Mason House, in Farrington, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Chatham County, North Carolina Mother Mason House, Gaston county, NC Josiah Mason Jr. Hous ...

                                               

CECA

CECA may refer to: Ceca, plural of cecum Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement CECA - Republic of India and Republic of Singapore Ceca singer born 1973, a Serbian singer Civil Engineering Contractors Association, a membership association f ...

                                               

Francia (disambiguation)

Francia is the kingdom of the Franks. Francia may also refer to: Francia film, a 2009 Argentina film Francia river, a river in Castile and Leon, Spain La Francia, coal mine in Colombia owned by the Goldman Sachs Group. Latin name for France

                                               

Robur

Robur is Latin for "hard timber" or "oak", and, by metaphorical extension, "strength". It can refer to: Master of the World novel, Vernes sequel novel, starring the same character Robur the Conqueror, an 1886 novel by Jules Verne, also known as T ...

                                               

Yubileyny

Yubileyny, Yubileynaya, or Yubileynoye may refer to: Yubileynoye, Kazakhstan, a village in Almaty Oblast of Kazakhstan Yubileynaya mine, a coal mine in Kemerovo Oblast, Russia Yubileynaya Moscow Metro, a planned station of the Moscow Metro, Mosco ...

                                               

Hong In-bom

Hong In-bom is a North Korean politician. He is a member of the Central Committee of the Workers Party of Korea and Chairman of the Control Commission of the Party Central Committee.