INHERENT

The Indonesia Higher Education Network is an inter-university educational network in Indonesia. For the first phase of development, the network consists of 32 universities. The main ring of this network is located on the island of Java, five universities as a backbone network connected using STM-1 line with a total 155 Mbit/s of bandwidth capacity. Those universities are the University of Indonesia, the Bandung Institute of Technology, the Institute Technology Sepuluh November, Gadjah Mada University and the Diponegoro University.

Other articles related to "inherent":

Talal Maddah - Work Over Years
... where a group of his songs, "hours of the inherent" "Love the people." - The fact that in 1416 e art production company called a few hours inherent ... And had been marked by Talal Bolhanh inherent in his artistic career ...
Inherent Zero
... In statistics, an inherent zero is a reference point used to describe data sets which are indicative of magnitude of an absolute or relative nature ... Inherent zeros are used in the "ratio level" of "levels of measurement" and imply “none.” ...
Hartmut Gründler - The Fire Suicide
... To the inherent necessity of greed of profit, of confidence tricks, of taking people unawares here, and the inherent necessity of inertia and cowardice there, he wants to oppose the inherent necessity of ...
Khmer Script - Diacritics
... niggahita nasalizes the inherent vowels and some of the dependent vowels, see anusvara, sometimes used to represent in Sanskrit loanwords ះ reăhmŭk ...
Possession (linguistics) - Inherent and Non-inherent
... inalienable possession, is inherent vs ... non-inherent possession ... from inalienable possession when the possessor is human, but distinguishes inherent from non-inherent possession when the 'possessor' is not human ...

Famous quotes containing the word inherent:

    It is the nature of aphoristic thinking to be always in a state of concluding; a bid to have the final word is inherent in all powerful phrase-making.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)

    The “universal moments” of child rearing are in fact nothing less than a confrontation with the most basic problems of living in society: a facing through one’s children of all the conflicts inherent in human relationships, a clarification of issues that were unresolved in one’s own growing up. The experience of child rearing not only can strengthen one as an individual but also presents the opportunity to shape human relationships of the future.
    Elaine Heffner (20th century)

    ... it appears to me that problems, inherent in any writing, loom unduly large when one looks ahead. Though nothing is easy, little is quite impossible.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)