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  Electronic components, electrical spares and consumer electronics. Leading UK supplier of cheap components, spares and ...
A UK charity which uses Rapid products to make solar-powered lighting systems...
Make buying from Rapid even easier by registering your details with us.
Rapid Electronics Limited, Severalls Lane, Colchester, Essex C04 5JS United Kingdom
www.rapidonline.com   (282 words)

  NERC Rapid Climate Change: Home page
Rapid Climate Change (RAPID) is a £20 million, six-year (2001-2007) programme of the Natural Environment Research Council.
The specific scientific objectives of the RAPID programme were agreed by the Rapid Climate Change Steering Committee and are detailed in the RAPID Science Plan.
Approximately £11M have been awarded to proposals that were submitted in response to the RAPID First round of funding.
www.soc.soton.ac.uk /rapid/rapid.php   (389 words)

Rapid Concepts operates a ZCorp Z310 3D printer in Melbourne, Australia.
Rapid Prototyping Corporation does SLA in Longmont, Colorado.
Rapid Freeze Prototyping - water deposition process in a freeze chamber - a research project conducted by the Virtual & Rapid Prototyping Lab at the University of Missouri, in Rolla, Missouri.
www.cc.utah.edu /~asn8200/rapid.html   (5354 words)

RAPID is designed to support multiple "pods" of libraries of varying sizes and types.
When RAPID sends a request to your library, your local call number and location are automatically printed on the request eliminating the need to search for or verify this information.
RAPID is designed to help libraries, like yours, handle more incoming requests more efficiently.
www.rapidill.org /PublicContent/AboutRAPID.aspx   (1787 words)

 RaPiD: Coarse-Grained Adaptable Architectures for Embedded Systems Platforms   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The RaPiD architecture is a general coarse-grained reconfigurable architecture that we have developed over the past few years.
We have shown that RaPiD is effective for a wide range of problems in the signal and image processing domain.
RaPiD is currently programmed using Rapid-C, a language that allows the programmer to schedule computations to the architecture while hiding most of the details of the architecture.
www.cs.washington.edu /research/projects/lis/www/rapid   (311 words)

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