Abbreviations (2/9) - Grouped by first letter "g"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "g" - General assembly, General aviation operations - commercial, General aviation operations - non-commercial, ...

General assemblies are civil meetings, limited to the members of one organisation, of an internal nature, committed to discussing the function of the ...
All commercial civil aviation operations other than scheduled air services and non-scheduled air transport operations for remuneration or hire. The main ...
All non-commercial civil aviation operations other than scheduled air services and non-scheduled air transport operations for remuneration or hire. The main ...
Ship designed with holds for the carriage of diverse types and forms of goods. Note: This category includes reefer ships, Ro-Ro passenger ships, Ro-Ro ...
Structured process through which member countries of the International Monetary Fund commit voluntarily to improving the quality of the data produced and ...
Education that is designed to develop learners’ general knowledge, skills and competencies and literacy and numeracy skills, often to prepare students for ...
Institutional units which are non-market producers whose output is intended for individual and collective consumption, and are financed by compulsory ...
General government contributions consists of: (i) the cost to general government of running government-controlled non-contributory schemes, and; (ii) ...
General government final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure, including expenditure whose value must be estimated indirectly, incurred by ...
The general government sector consists mainly of central, state and local government units together with social security funds imposed and controlled by ...
General government transfers comprise current international cooperation and cover current transfers, in cash or in kind, between governments of different ...
General merchandise refers to movable goods for which changes in ownership - actual or imputed - occur between residents and non-residents.
General museums are museums which have mixed collections and cannot be identified by a predominant field.
Fund whose units/shares are sold to the public.
General purpose data collection undertaken generally by government agencies to record natural, biological or social phenomena that are of general public ...
General government contributions from sources other than earmarked taxes. This definition is identical in versions 1996, 2008 and 2011 of the Manual
These include manufacturers’, wholesale and retail sales taxes, purchase taxes, turnover taxes, and so on, but exclude VAT and other systems of deductible ...
General sales taxes consist of general sales taxes (excluding VAT) that are payable on imports of goods and services when the goods enter the economic ...
General schemes are social protection schemes which apply to the totality or the preponderance of the economically active population. This definition is ...
Public general university funds (GUF) are defined as the R&D funding share coming from the general grant universities receive from the central government ...
Generalisation is "the reduction of detail or simplification of reality". It is a cartographic processing technique to reduce the amount of information ...
Estimator that can be written as the sum of the Horvitz Thompson estimator (HT) and a weighted difference between known totals and their HT estimator.
See: "Cartographic generalization".
Generalized Edit and Imputation System (GEIS) is a processing system that was developed at Statistics Canada to meet the requirements of the Canadian ...
Software systems assisting in designing and electronically generating paper questionnaires.
A group of persons born in the same period, generally taken as a calendar year.
Identification of a family based on information on whether the persons live in the same household, but with no or incomplete information on family ...
Identification of a private household according to the household-dwelling concept as defined in the Annex to Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/543 under the ...
The generation of income account presents the sectors, sub-sectors and industries which are the source, rather than the destination, of primary income. It ...
Telematic network functionalities which meet common user requirements, such as data collection, data dissemination, data exchange, and security. The ...
Framework used to describe the statistical production process in terms of standard components (phases and sub-processes).
GESMES (Generic Statistical Message) is a United Nations standard (EDIFACT message) allowing partner institutions to exchange statistical multidimentional ...
Message profile for data exchange used by the central banking community.
GESMES Time Series data exchange message. It is a message (a GESMES profile) allowing the exchange of statistical time series, related attributes and ...
Organism in which the genetic material has been altered within the meaning of Article 2(2) of Directive 2001/18/EC of the European Parliament and of the ...
Seed possessing a combination of genetic material obtained through the use of modern biotechnology.
"Geneva Convention" means the Convention relating to the status of refugees done at Geneva on 28 July 1951, as amended by the New York Protocol of 31 ...
Acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing ...
Carbon stored in the geosphere.
In general all statistics are somehow geocoded meaning that they are referred to a regional reference system using alphanumerical codes of areas or ...
(a) the process of assigning geographic codes to features in a digital database; (b) a GIS function that determines a point location based on a street ...
A network of precisely and accurately measured control or reference markers that are used as the basis for obtaining new positional measurements. Also ...
Coordinate system in which position is specified by geodetic latitude, geodetic longitude and (in the three-dimensional case) ellipsoidal height, in ...
Datum describing the relationship of a coordinate system to the Earth, in accordance with EN ISO 19111.
The geodetic reference system is defined as 'a complete reference system for positioning a point on the earth, including datum, co-ordinate description, ...
A database table that is tightly linked to the spatial objects stored in a GIS coordinate file. The geographic attribute file or table contains specific ...
A unique alphanumeric identifier that is assigned to a legal, administrative, statistical or reporting unit.
A logical collection of data pertaining to features that relate to locations on the Earth’s surface.
In the context of census-mapping, a system of usually nested area units that are designed for administrative or data-collection purposes. For instance, a ...
Geographic information is:
· information about places on the Earth's surface
· knowledge about where something is · knowledge about what is at a given ...
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