ISA

Technology / Computers / ISA: The bus architecture used in the IBM PC/XT and PC/AT. It's often abbreviated as ISA (pronounced as separate letters or as eye-sa) bus. The AT version of the bus is called the AT bus and became a de facto industry standard. Starting in the early 90s, ISA began to be replaced by the PCI local bus architecture. Most computers made today include both an AT bus for slower devices and a PCI bus for devices that need better bus performance. In 1993, Intel and Microsoft introduced a new version of the ISA specification called Plug and Play ISA. Plug and Play ISA enables the operating system to configure expansion boards automatically so that users do not need to fiddle with DIP switches and jumpers.

Learning Disabilities (LD)

Life Style / Adoption / Learning Disabilities (LD): One or more impairments in reading, mathematics or written expression skills which interfere with academic performance in school or in activities of daily living requiring those skills. Performance on MORE

Peer Appraisal

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Peer Appraisal: A performance appraisal strategy whereby an employee is reviewed by his or her peers who have sufficient opportunity to examine the individual’s job performance. MORE

Extent Of Disability

Health / Dentistry / Extent Of Disability: Some policies require that employees be totally disabled before payments begin. Other policies pay out for partial disability for a limited time, but most often only if the partial disability follows MORE

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