CVS is a version control system, which allows you to keep old versions of files , keep a log of who, when, and why changes occurred, etc., like RCS or SCCS. Unlike the simpler systems, CVS does not just operate on one file at a time or one directory at a time, but operates on hierarchical collections of directories consisting of version controlled files.
The preferred method for obtaining NGLayout source code and staying in synch with the development effort. See our CVS page for more info.
This Stands for Concurrent Versions System and is a means of sharing, saving and recovering version information for people using code.
Concurrent versions system. A WebSphere Studio Application Developer term.
Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is a diagnostic test carried out in early pregnancy, usually between Week 10 and Week 12 of pregnancy. Some of the cells that line the placenta, the chorionic villi, are removed through the cervix or abdomen using a needle or catheter. The cells are tested to see whether the developing fetus has Down's syndrome or other genetic abnormalities. Early results may help parents decide whether to terminate a pregnancy in the event of severe birth defects.
The Concurrent Versions System used to record the history of source code.
chorionic villus sampling. procedure used for prenatal diagnosis, which involves insertion of a needle through the abdomen into fingerlike projections of the placenta which are called chorionic villi. This procedure is also performed using ultrasound guidance, and testing can be performed with the tissue obtained. Depending upon the location of the placenta, the tissue may be obtained transvaginally rather than abdominally, by inserting a catheter through the cervix and into the uterus, or transabdominally, with a fine needle. CVS is usually performed at 10 to 12 weeks of pregnancy.
chorionic villus sampling. If necessary this test is performed between 10 and 12 weeks of pregnancy and can indicate the same chromosomal abnormalities and genetic disorders as amniocentesis can. It also can detect the baby's sex and risk of spina bifida.
oncurrent ersion ystem. CVS is a frontend to RCS. While RCS's job is the management of different versions of a file, CVS controls the editing of one and the same file by many users. CVS holds a master copy of the file(s), the so called repository. Every user who wants to edit a file of the repository gets a private copy of the repository by checking the files out to his home directory. After editing and changing the file, the user can check this file back in to the repository.
Chorionic villus sampling. Chorionic villus sampling is an antenatal screening test for genetic conditions such as Down’s syndrome. A sample of the placenta is removed using a fine needle guided by ultrasound. It is usually carried out at about 12 weeks of pregnancy.
A test where a small bit of the chorion surrounding the baby is samples with a tube going up through the cervix. Testing can reveal genetic problems with the baby and tell its sex. This test can be performed much earlier in the pregnancy than amniocentesis, although the risks are higher for complications, such as infection leading to miscarriage. These risks are still quite small, but need to be weighed against the need for the test.
computer vision syndrome. Vision problems that result from focusing closely on a computer screen for long periods of time, from poor lighting, or from glare.
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Chorionic Villus Sample. A sample of the placenta taken for genetic testing. The range for tests is similar to amniocentesis, but CVS can be done earlier in pregnancy at around 9-11 weeks gestation.
A procedure used in the first trimester of pregnancy to diagnose genetic diseases.
a diagnostic test normally performed between 11 - 13 weeks of pregnancy. A needle is inserted through the mother's abdomen or cervix and is used to remove a small piece of the placenta (afterbirth). Ultrasound scanning is used to guide the needle. The procedure carries a miscarriage risk of 1-2
Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome. Episodic bouts of vomiting, sometimes severe, interspersed with periods of wellness
Chronic Villus Sampling. Carried out after 11 weeks to test for Downâ€™s and genetic disorders. A small amount of tissue is taken from the placenta.
A program for sharing files across networks. The Eclipse IDE has a good built-in CVS client client, or try WinCVS.
diagnostic test usually performed between the 10th and 12th weeks of pregnancy in which a small sample of tissue is taken from the placenta and examined to detect genetic abnormalities in a fetus.
Chorionic villus sampling, a placental sampling procedure for obtaining fetal tissue for chromosome and DNA analysis to assist in prenatal diagnosis of genetic disorders.
Concurrent Version System. Source code repository used by the Globus Toolkit.
Doncaster Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) is a local independent charity and company limited by guarantee that works to promote, co-ordinate and support voluntary and community action in Doncaster Metropolitan Borough that leads to social change.
Chorionic villus sampling. A procedure for taking a small piece of placental tissue (chorionic villi) from the uterus in early pregnancy to check for the presence of genetic defects in the fetus. CVS can be performed through the cervix or the abdomen.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. An alternative to amniocentesis to detect chromosomal abnormalities. The CVS can be performed earlier in fetal development than amniocentesis, and thereby allows earlier diagnosis.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. A test to obtain cells from the developing placenta. Done early in pregnancy, between 10 and 12 weeks.
chorionic villus sampling. Removal of a small amount of tissue from the placenta to test for chromosomal or metabolic abnormalities; usually performed between weeks 10â€“12
CHORIONIC VILLUS SAMPLING. A procedure for obtaining cells of the chorion to enable testing of the fetus for specific abnormalities. Samples of the cells may be taken through the vagina or through the abdomen of the pregnant mother: it is usually carried out in the 10th - 12th week of pregnancy (see Genetics Fact Sheet 15: Prenatal Testing and Screening for Fetal Abnormalities).
See Chorionic villus sampling.
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Chorionic villus sampling. a prenatal test usually done in the 1st trimester to detect fetal abnormalities. A small piece of the developing placenta is withdrawn; because this has the same genetic make-up as the developing fetus, it can be used for genetic or chromosome tests.
Concurrent Versions System; a software configuration management system used by many software projects including KDE and aRts.
Chorionic villus sampling. A procedure used in prenatal diagnosis to obtain cells (chorionic villi) that are fetal in origin from the placenta for analysis.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. A procedure in which a small sample of cells is taken from the placenta and tested.
CVS is the Concurrent Versions System, the dominant open-source network-transparent version control system. CVS is useful for everyone from individual developers to large, distributed teams: * Its client-server access method lets developers access the latest code from anywhere there's an Internet connection. * Its unreserved check-out model to version control avoids artificial conflicts common with the exclusive check-out model. * Its client tools are available on most platforms.
Computer vision syndrome. Eyestrain and vision problems related to computer usage. 6.11, 11.31
cyclic vomiting syndrome. sudden, repeated attacks of severe vomiting (especially in children), nausea, and physical exhaustion with no apparent cause.
One of two indexes used to adjust pesified debts. CVS adjusts debts according to the growth in salaries (as opposed to the CER, which adjusts debts according to inflation in the prices of goods and services). Part of a package of laws intended to shield debtors who borrowed in dollars from the collapse of the peso. Debts subject to CVS are mortgages on homes, personal credits of less than 12,000 pesos and loans of less than 30,000 pesos. (" Coeficiente de Variación Salarial") See also A symmetrical Pesification.
Concurrent Versioning System is simply a method of storing files on a server that helps coordinate many people working on those files. To "check out" files from a CVS server means to copy the very latest versions to your own computer.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. A procedure used for prenatal diagnosis. The CVS procedure involves the insertion of a needle through the abdomen into fingerlike projections of the placenta which are called chorionic villi. This procedure is also performed while using ultrasound as guidance. The chorionic villi obtained is used for DNA testing. CVS is usually performed at 10 to 12 weeks of pregnancy.
chorionic villi sampling
Chorionic Villus Sampling. A procedure performed via the cervix between the 10th and 12th week of pregnancy to detect genetic defects in the fetus. Cells taken from the chorion - a layer of embryonic tissue surrounding the fetus - are analyzed.
Computer Vision Syndrome. The variety of eye and vision-related problems associated with prolonged computer use. CVS is characterized by eyestrain, blurred vision, headaches and dry or irritated eyes. Go to Top
Chorionic Villus Sampling. A diagnostic procedure whereby a small piece of placental tissue (chorionic villi) is taken during early pregnancy to test for chromosomal abnormalities.+ Associated link: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003406.htm
Chorionic villa sampling. A method for diagnosis of fetal diseases by sampling the cells of the placental chorionic villi for DNA analysis, presence of bacteria, concentration of metabolites, etc. The advantage over amniocentesis is that the procedure can be carried out in the first trimester.
Chorionic villus sampling. a prenatal test performed during the first trimester of pregnancy to check for abnormalities in the fetus.
Chorionic villus sampling. a procedure for prenatal diagnosis where a small amount of tissue from the developing placenta is withdrawn. The chorionic villi are made up of cells that develop from the same fertilized egg cell as the fetus. This test is usually performed at 10-12 weeks, counting from the first day of the last menstrual period, and may be done in a doctor's office or hospital setting. CVS is an earlier alternative to amniocentesis but the risk for complications is slightly higher.
Concurrent Versions System for keeping track of code development programmers http://www.cvshome.org
Concurrent Version Software
Chorionic villus sampling. A prenatal diagnostic technique to obtain fetal cells from the placenta. This can be performed several weeks earlier than amniocentesis, albeit with a somewhat higher risk of procedure related complications.
CVS is the version control system we use. Use CVS to keep your development tree in sync with the latest changes.
Concurrent Versions System. Part of the open-source toolcraft, CVS is used for collaborative software configuration management on the Internet. Developers favor CVS for making current work available and also for bringing together and managing configurations using configurations developed at different locations around the world.
Concurrent Versions System, a software package to manage software development done by several people. See the CVS chapter in the Wine Developers Guide for detailed usage information.
Chorionic villus sampling. a prenatal test in which small pieces of the placenta are removed to genetically test the fetus.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. This procedure tests for genetic fetal defects by analyzing a piece of chorion, which is the outer tissues of the sac surrounding the embryo. CVS can be done earlier than amniocentesis, typically between 9 and 11 weeks of pregnancy.
A test in which the tissue surrounding the outer membrane of the embryo is analysed for genetic handicap. Also known as chronic villus sampling.
Concurrent Versions System. CVS is a front end to the RCS revision control system. It extends the notion of revision control from a collection of files in a single directory, to a hierarchical collection of directories consisting of revision controlled files. These directories and files can be combined together to form a software release. CVS provides the functions necessary to manage these software releases and to control the concurrent editing of source files among multiple software developers. CVS keeps a single copy of the master sources. This copy is called the source `repository'; it contains all the information to permit extracting previous software releases at any time based on either a symbolic revision tag, or a date in the past.
Concurrent Versions System ( CVS) is an open source SCM.
Chorionic villus sampling. A prenatal test in which cells surrounding an embryo are removed in order to examine the chromosomes.
Chorionic villus sampling. A test carried out at or after the 10th week of pregnancy, in which a few cells of the placenta are removed for biochemical or genetic testing.
"CVS" is short for "Concurrent Versions System" and is the method used by DZero to keep track of all code intended for general use by DZero collaborators. Different versions of code with the same name are referenced by their tag. More information about CVS is available on the CVS homepage. TrigSim is set up such that there is a development "trunk" and production release "branches". Once a branch is created, or "cut", it becomes independent of any farther changes made to the development trunk. The "p nn.00.00" version of a branch is usually just a copy of the then-current trunk code.
Chorionic villus sampling. A method of diagnosing abnormalities in a foetus, done at 8-10 weeks of pregnancy, in which a small sample of chorionic tissue is taken from the placenta for laboratory analysis
Chorionic Villus Sampling. If necessary this test is performed between 10 and 12 weeks of pregnancy and can indicate the same chromosomal abnormalities and genetic disorders as amniocentesis can. (Read about " Pregnancy Testing")
Concurrent Version System is an open-source, network-transparent program that allows developers to keep track of different development versions of source code.
Concurrent Versions System. Concurrent Versions System (CVS) is a program that lets a code developer save and retrieve different development versions of source code. It also lets a team of developers share control of different versions of files in a common repository of files.
Concurrent Versions System. Et konfigurationshÃ¥ndteringssystem for programmel som bruges af mange programmelprojekter inklusive KDE og aRts.
Chorionic villus sampling. A prenatal test to detect chromosomal abnormalities in which cells from the placenta are analyzed. CVS can be done at 10 to 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Chorionic villus sampling. A procedure which involve taking a biopsy from the placenta to test the fetus for genetic abnormalities. It is usually carried out under ultrasound scan at about eleven weeks of pregnancy. The placenta has the same genetic make-up as the baby. There is a 2-3% risk of the procedure causing a miscarriage.
Chorionic villus sampling. A procedure in which a small sample of cells are taken from the placenta through a small catheter placed up through the vagina and the cervix. This is done earlier in pregnancy than amniocentesis and is used to test for chromosomal and other biochemical abnormalities that may affect the health and well being of the baby.
The Concurrent Versioning System, a code management and version control system used by the ASF (See also SVN). Such version control systems provide the ability to track (and potentially revert) incremental changes to files, reporting them to a mailing list as they are made, and can be used concurrently by many developers. All of the Foundation's code and documentation are managed in such systems.
Chorionic villus sampling. An early genetic diagnostic test, usually given between weeks 10 and 13 of pregnancy. A small amount of tissue from the cells that line the placenta (called the chorionic villi) are removed through the cervix or abdomen with a needle and screened for Down syndrome and other abnormalities.
Chorionic villus sampling. taking a biopsy of the placenta, usually at the end of the second month of pregnancy, to test the fetus for genetic abnormalities
Chorionic villus sampling. a procedure for obtaining a small sample of tissue from the placenta (chorionic villi) for the purpose of prenatal diagnosis of genetic disorders. CVS can be performed between 9 to 12 weeks of pregnancy.
chorionic villus sampling. A medical procedure that extracts a portion of the outermost membrane surrounding the fetus to enable genetic and biochemical analysis.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. Removal of cells that line the placenta, the chorionic villi, through the cervix using a catheter or through the abdomen using a needle. The material obtained may be tested for Down syndrome and other disorders. The procedure is usually performed between the 10th and 12th weeks of pregnancy .
The Concurrent Versioning System, a version control system. The ASF now uses SVN.
Chorionic villus sampling. A procedure used in prenatal diagnosis to look at the chromosomes of the developing fetus. A sample is removed from the chorion, which is part of the placenta and contains cells from the fetus. This sample can then be analyzed by karyotype to look for changes in the chromosomes. The procedure can be done at 10 to 12 weeks into the pregnancy. There is a 1% risk of miscarriage associated with this procedure, which means one in 100 women will miscarry following this procedure.
Chorionic villus sampling. A procedure that removes a small sample of chorionic villi cells from the placenta where it joins the uterus, to test for chromosome abnormalities such as Down syndrome
chorionic villus sampling. A medical procedure to test for genetic abnormalities in a fetus. Cells derived from the embryo are suctioned from the villi (extensions of the chorionic membrane surrounding the placenta) and examined. This alternative to amniocentesis can be done somewhat earlier and results are faster, but it is riskier for the fetus.
Chorionic villus sampling. A prenatal test performed by removing a small sample of the placenta from the uterus with either a catheter (a thin flexible tube) or a needle. The sample can be tested for genetic abnormalities. Chorionic villus sampling is usually done between the 10th and 12th weeks of pregnancy.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. a procedure where a small portion of the placenta is removed during pregnancy in order to examine the babyâ€™s chromosomes and look for some genetic diseases.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. CVS is an alternative to amniocentesis. The advantage is that it can be done earlier, between the 10th and 12th seeks of pregnancy. The results, which provide information about the baby's chromosomes, are usually available within seven days. In CVS, a small amount of tissue is withdrawn from the developing placenta with a thin catheter that is usually inserted through the cervix into the placenta under ultrasound guidance. It may also be performed transabdominally with a needle similar to the one used in an amniocentesis. The procedure is brief and causes minimal discomfort to the patient. The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development panel reviewed the safety of CVS and concluded that the evidence to date does not establish a cause-and-effect relationship between CVS and fetal abnormalities. The procedure is considered safe and poses minimal risk to the pregnancy.
Concurrent Versions System CVS is a version control system; it can be used to record the history of files, so that it is for instance possible to retrieve specific versions of a source tree.
Chorionic villus sampling. Removal of a small sample of the chorionic villi, usually between the 10-12th week of pregnancy. The tissue from the placenta is made up of the Chronic villi are cells on the wall of the uterus which form the early placenta.
"Concurrent Version System", allows the developers to work together; it contains the Spring source code. " SVN" (Subversion) is another system for the same task.
Composite Video Signal (CVS) is the combined picture signal including vertical and horizontal blanking and synchronizing signals.
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Chorionic villus sampling. A prenatal test in which chorionic villi, microscopic, fingerlike projections that make up the placenta, are removed from the placenta and screened for genetic defects.
Chorionic Villus Sampling. CVS or Chronionic Villus Sampling is a procedure done early in pregnancy where tissue is taken from the inside of the uterus through the cervix, to test for chromosome abnormalities such as Down Syndrome
Chorionic Villus Sampling. used to detect fetal genetic abnormalities. A catheter is inserted through the cervix and into the placenta between the uterus lining and the chorion. A villi sample is taken and its chromosomes are evaluated. Done in the 10th/11th week of pregnancy.
CVS, the Concurrent Versions System, is a leading open-source, network-transparent version control system that allows multiple developers to work on a project without interfering with each other. It can be used by individual developers to large, distributed teams . (see open source).
chorionic villus sampling. placental tissue that is sometimes retrieved for laboratory analysis. Cells from this tissue can be tested for certain genetic abnormalities and chromosomal disorders.
Chorionic Villae Sampling. An alternative to amniocentesis that can be done earlier in the pregnancy. It is a biopsy of the placenta that is used to check for genetic abnormalities in the fetus.