Definitions for "Condor "
Keywords:  wisc, workload, edu, throughput, livny
Condor schedules and runs remote CPU intensive applications using the idle cycles of distributively owned workstations. It monitors a pool of machines to find idle machines that are then used to complete submitted jobs, and also provides checkpointing and remote system mechanisms that allow for job migration and transparent remote execution.
Condor is a resource management and job scheduling system.
Condor Technology for High-Throughput Computing (HTC)
A very large bird of the Vulture family (Sarcorhamphus gryphus), found in the most elevated parts of the Andes.
The California vulture (Gymnogyps californianus), also called California condor.
a vulture I never knew that
An options strategy similar to a butterfly spread. The only difference is that...
A strategy similar to the butterfly involving 4 contracts of the same type at four different strike prices. A long (short) condor involves buying (selling) the lowest strike price, selling (buying) 2 different central strike prices, and buying (selling) the highest strike price. All contracts are on the same underlying, in the same expiration. This strategy is not an available choice in the Trade Finder, but can be constructed and analysed in the Matrix.
Applies to derivative products. Option strategy consisting of both puts and calls at different strike prices to capitalize on a narrow range of volatility. The payoff diagram takes the shape of a bird.
Keywords:  eagle, par, triple, dogleg, golfer
A four-under par shot. A hole-in-one on a par 5 for example. Has occurred on a hole with a heavy dogleg, hard ground and no trees. Might also be called "a triple eagle".
Where a golfer gets four under par on a hole.
A triple eagle, that is, four under par on a hole. A very rare occurrence, since it requires a hole in one on a par 5 hole.
The Condor is the trade name of an amusement ride sold by HUSS of Bremen, Germany. It is basically a scrambler-like ride that rises up and down a 100+ foot-tall tower.
The Condor is a 4x4 wheeled armoured personnel carrier originally designed by Thyssen-Henschel of Germany and manufactured by Henschel Wehrtechnic GmbH. It is based on the chassis of the Daimler Chrysler UNIMOG and uses the same key components such as the engine, gearbox and axles. Servicability is high and the vehicle is easy to maintain since support is readily available from civilian sources.
Keywords:  pesos, colombia, chile, coin, twenty
A gold coin of Chile, bearing the figure of a condor, and equal to twenty pesos. It contains 10.98356 grams of gold, and is equivalent to about $7.29. Called also colon.
A gold coin of Colombia equivalent to about $9.65. It is no longer coined.
Keywords:  horizon, relay, move, digital, control
Control On-the-move Network Digital Over-the-horizon Relay