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  2. DICOM - Wikipedia

    DICOM consists of services, most of which involve transmission of data over a network. The file format for offline media is a later addition to the standard. Store. The DICOM Store service is used to send images or other persistent objects (structured reports, etc.) to a picture archiving and communication system (PACS) or workstation.

  3. Royal Standard of the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

    Standard Title Description Prince of Wales: The Royal Standard of the United Kingdom, defaced with a three-point label. Superimposed is the arms of Llywelyn the Great —four quadrants, the first and fourth with a red lion on a gold field, and the second and third with a gold lion on a red field— crowned with the Prince's coronet.

  4. Vauxhall Viva - Wikipedia

    The Brabham model differed from the standard Viva SL/90 in having a different cam-shaft, uprated suspension with anti-roll bars, different exhaust manifolds, and a unique twin-carb manifold, as well as differing interior trim. The Viva GT had substantially different engine and running gear and interior from the standard Viva HB models.

  5. Metric system - Wikipedia

    In the SI, the standard metre is defined as exactly 1/299,792,458 of the distance that light travels in a second. The realisation of the metre depends in turn on precise realisation of the second. There are both astronomical observation methods and laboratory measurement methods that are used to realise units of the standard metre.

  6. Standard Chinese phonology - Wikipedia

    Standard Chinese is based on the Beijing dialect of Mandarin. Actual production varies widely among speakers, as they introduce elements of their native varieties (although television and radio announcers are chosen for their ability to produce the standard variety).

  7. HDV - Wikipedia

    HDV is a format for recording of high-definition video on DV cassette tape. The format was originally developed by JVC and supported by Sony, Canon, and Sharp. The four companies formed the HDV Consortium in September 2003.