ASE


ASE

ASE can stand for:

Institutions

*Academia de Studii Economice (the Economic Sciences Academy) in Bucharest, Romania
*Admiralty Signal Establishment, a defense research organization in the UK
*Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, a Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturing company
*Ahmedabad Stock Exchange, the second oldest exchange in India
*Alliance to Save Energy, a non-profit coalition in Washington, D.C.
*Amalgamated Society of Engineers, one of several silimarly-named trade unions
*Amman Stock Exchange, the Jordanian stock exchange
*Amity School of Engineering, a private engineering college located in NOIDA, India
*Aspen-Pitkin County Airport (IATA airport code)
*Association for Science Education, a professional association in the United Kingdom for teachers of science
*Association of Space Explorers, a non-governmental space organization of international astronauts
*Athens Stock Exchange, the Greek stock exchange
*Atomstroyexport, the Russian nuclear power equipment and service export monopoly
*Australian Screen Editors (an Australian film editing guild headquartered in Sydney, Australia
*Automotive Service Excellence, a US based group trying to improve the quality of automobile servicing

Technology

*Adaptive Server Enterprise, a database product from Sybase
*Advanced Silicon Etch, a deep reactive ion etching (DRIE) to etch deep in silicon
*Amplified spontaneous emission or superluminescence, the light that is emitted by spontaneous emission and gets strong in due to stimulated emission.
*Applied Systems Engineering
*The All-Seeing Eye a computer software application designed to help Internet gamers find game servers

Other

*Accelerated Solutions Environment, a Capgemini consulting services offering
*Armed Services Edition, a paperback book format used during World War II
*Asymptotic Standard Error, a measurement of uncertainity in statistical methodes, see Standard error (statistics)


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  • Ase — 〈f. 19〉 germ. Gottheit * * * ASE ↑ Alkansulfonat. * * * Ase, der; n, n [anord. āss] (germ. Mythol.): Vertreter des gewaltigsten Göttergeschlechts. * * * Ase, der; n, n [anord. āss] (germ. Myth.): Vertreter des gewaltigsten Göttergeschlechts …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • Ase — Sm (Gott der nordischen Mythologie) per. Wortschatz fach. (19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus anord. áss. Dieses führt mit ae. ōs gleicher Bedeutung auf g. * ansu m. Gott , dessen weitere Entstehung dunkel ist. Verlockend wäre ein Anschluß an ai.… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

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