G.D.



1.
Grand Duchess.
2.
Grand Duke.
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    application (Genetic Data Analysis) A program by Paul O. Lewis and Dmitri Zaykin, designed to accompany the referenced book, that computes linkage and hardy-weinberg disequilibrium and some genetic distances, and provides method-of-moments estimators for hierarchical F-statistics. A command-line version by Chris Basten runs under Mac OS. [“Genetic Data Analysis” by Bruce S. Weir, 1996, Sinaur […]

  • Gdansk

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    programming, tool GNU debugger. The FSF’s source-level debugger for C, C++ and other languages. Developed by many people but most recently Fred Fish , Stu Grossman and John Gilmore gnu@cygnus.com all of Cygnus Support. GDB fills the same niche as dbx. Programs must be compiled to include debugging symbols. Version 4.11. Distributed under GNU CopyLeft. […]

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    Gaussian Differential Binary Phase-Shift Keying



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