ISI or Isi may refer to:

  • İsi, a village and municipality in the Masally Rayon of Azerbaijan
  • ContactPoint (previously Information Sharing Index), a government database that held information on all children under 18 in England
  • Ice Skating Institute, a trade association for ice rinks
  • Image Space Incorporated, an Independent video game developer
  • Import substitution industrialization, a trade and economic policy
  • Infrared Spatial Interferometer, an astronomical interferometer array of three telescopes
  • Interstimulus interval, the temporal interval between the offset of one stimulus to the onset of another
  • Intersymbol interference, a form of distortion of a signal in which one symbol interferes with subsequent symbols
  • ISI mark, a product certification mark in India

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Other articles related to "isi":

S. B. Rao
... theorist was a professor and director of the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Calcutta ... From the University of Mumbai, Rao went back to the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) ... While at ISI, he visited Ohio State University ...
Ashfaq Parvez Kayani - Inter-Services Intelligence
... Ashfaq Kayani was appointed as the director general of Directorate of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), in place of General Ehsan-ul-Haq, who was promoted as the Chairman of the Joint ... General Kayani directed the ISI operations and her operatives during a bleak period, with widely spreaded insurgencies in North-West Pakistan and Balochistan ... In his final days at the ISI, he also led the talks with Benazir Bhutto for a possible power sharing deal with Musharraf ...
Contingent Negative Variation - Functional Sensitivity - Interstimulus Interval
... of the CNV changes when one changes the foreperiod, or interstimulus interval (ISI) ... The most frequent ISI used is between 1.0-1.5 seconds ... Trials with an ISI between 0.5-1.5 elicit a robust CNV wave ...
... The Déisi were a class of peoples in ancient and medieval Ireland ... Déisi groups included the Déisi Muman (the Déisi of Munster), Déisi Temro (of Tara), Déisi Becc (located in the Kingdom of Mide) and the Déisi Tuisceart (the Northern Déisi ... During the Early Middle Ages some Déisi groups and subgroups exerted great political influence in various parts of Ireland, and certain written sources suggest a connection to Britain as well ...