ISO

Infrared Space Observatory
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ISO

(International Standards Organisation) An organisation that sets internationally recognised standards. Among the tasks of this body, whose members are drawn from a variety of countries, is the determining of standards for various aspects of computer technology, photography and reprography. The ISO film sensitivity, for example, stipulates the light...
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ISO

(International Standards Organization) -- Organization responsible for a wide range of standards, including many relevant to networking. Developed the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model, widely used in networking today.
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ISO

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) International organisation for standardisation. Often incorrectly referred to as the international standards organisation. An international organisation that is responsible for a wide range of standards, including those relevant to networking.
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ISO

(PROJECT GLOSSARY) International Standards Organisation
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ISO

(International Organization for Standardization) An archive file of an optical disc, containing all data content of every written sector. Often interchangeable with IMG files. Being a pure digital copy, no compression methods are used on ISO files.
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ISO

(photography) In photography, a numbering system for rating the speed of films, devised by the International Standards Organization
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ISO

[dinghy] ISO is a former International Sailing Federation (ISAF) class of two-person sailing dinghy with a trapeze and a spinnaker. ...
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Iso

[genus] Iso is a genus of surf sardines (Notocheiridae`). Classification in the family Isonidae, distinct from Notocheirus, has also been used. It contains five species to date, the first of which was described in 1895. The currently recognized species in this genus are: ...
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Iso

[supermarket] Iso was a chain of Danish supermarkets which was incorporated into the SuperBest chain in 2007. In 2007 the chain owned 12 stores in Copenhagen and Northern Zealand. ...
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ISO

A network of national standards institutes from 148 countries working in partnership with international organizations, governments, industry, business and consumer representatives.
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ISO

A representation of the light sensitivity of an image sensor; the higher the number, the higher the sensitivity to light. Noise may increase as ISO increases.
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ISO

A system for quantifying the sensitivity (“speed”) of a photographic emulsion, or a solid-state digital-camera’s image sensor, to visible light. Normally followed by a numerical value, e.g.: ISO 100 or ISO 64/19°. Developed from the ASA and the DIN systems by the International Organization for Standardization.
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ISO

acronym: International Standards Organization
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ISO

Although the letters actually stand for International Standards Organization, they also indicate a film's sensitivity to light, or as more commonly referred to, its speed. The term pronounced by the individual letters: I--S--O, not as if it were the word 'ayso' The early term was ASA, which stood for American Standards Organiz...
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ISO

Although the letters actually stand for International Standards Organization, they also indicate a film's sensitivity to light, or as more commonly referred to, its speed. The term pronounced by the individual letters: I--S--O, not as if it were the word 'ayso' The early term was ASA, which stood for American Standards Organization' Slow film have ...
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ISO

Besides the standards organization, this is a CD/DVD image format somewhat similar to a BIN/CUE image fileset, but the one single .ISO file contains both: the data and the CD/DVD layout information. These types of images can be burned with several CD /DVDburning programs.
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iso

Greek = equal.
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ISO

In Search Of
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iso

In Search Of
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ISO

Independent System Operator
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ISO

Independent System Operator (US) (see also TSO) Responsible for grid management, but does not own assets. (electricity)
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ISO

Inter School Course
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ISO

Inter School Course
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ISO

Interior Systems Optimization
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