What are EDS?

  • (noun): A rapid automatic system to detect plastic explosives in passengers' luggage using X-ray technology and computers; designed for use in airports.
    Synonyms: explosive detection system

Some articles on eds, ed:

Elliptic Divisibility Sequence
... In mathematics, an elliptic divisibility sequence (EDS) is a sequence of integers satisfying a nonlinear recursion relation arising from division polynomials on elliptic curves ... EDS were first defined, and their arithmetic properties studied, by Morgan Ward in the 1940s ... This tractability is due primarily to the close connection between EDS and elliptic curves ...
Stephen Bann - Publications
... Bowlt (eds), Russian Formalism A Collection of Articles and Texts in Translation, Edinburgh, 1973 (ed), The Tradition of Constructivism, New York, 1974 The Clothing of Clio A Study of the ...
List Of Humor Research Publications - Collections of Scientific Works On Humor
... McGhee (Eds), The Psychology of Humor Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Issues, New York Academic Press, 1972 A.J ... Foot, (Eds.), Humor and Laughter Theory, Research and Applications, London John Wiley and Sons, 1976 Transaction Publishers ... Roodenburg, (Eds.), A Cultural History of Humor, Malden, MA Blackwell Publishers, 1997 McGhee, P.E ...
Ashwin Ram - Books
... Research and Development with Nirmalie Wiratunga (eds.) ... Understanding Language Understanding Computational Models of Reading with Kenneth Moorman (eds.) ... MIT Press, 1998 Goal-Driven Learning with David Leake (eds.) MIT Press/Bradford Books, 1995 ...