EQ



1.
educational quotient.
2.
emotional quotient.
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abbreviation
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emotional quotient, a (notional) measure of a person’s adequacy in such areas as self-awareness, empathy, and dealing sensitively with other people
2.
equalization, the electronic balancing of sound frequencies on audio recording equipment or hi-fi to reduce distortion or achieve a specific effect
abbreviation
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equal
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equation
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equivalent
noun

See emotional quotient
1.
educational quotient
2.
emotional quotient
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equalize
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equalizer
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equip (shortwave transmission)
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equal
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equation
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equivalent

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    An equational language. Bharat Jayaraman bharat@cs.buffalo.edu. “EqL: The Language and its Implementation”, B. Jayaraman et al, IEEE Trans Soft Eng SE-15(6):771-780 (June 1989).

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  • Eqlog

    Equality, types and generic modules for logic programming. A language using Horn clauses. J.A. Goguen, J. Meseguer. OBJ2 plus logic programming based on Horn logic with equality. “EQLog: Equality, Types and Generic Modules for Logic Programming”, J. Goguen et al in Functional and Logic Programming, D. DeGroot et al eds, pp.295-363, P-H 1986.

  • Eqn

    Language for typesetting mathematics. “A System for Typesetting Mathematics”, B.W. Kernighan and L.L. Cherry, CACM 18(3):151-157 (Mar 1975).



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