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UCS may refer to:

Educational institutions
  • Kolej Bersatu Sarawak, an educational institution in Malaysia
  • University Campus Suffolk, a university based in Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom
  • University College School, a British public school situated in Hampstead, north west London
  • University of Caxias do Sul, a university in Brazil
  • Cisco Unified Computing System, a computing platform
  • Uniform Communication Standard, an electronic commerce standard
  • Uniform-cost search, an algorithm used to search a weighted graph
  • Univention Corporate Server, an operating and management system for IT infrastructure
  • Universal Character Set, a standard for character encoding
  • Universal Charging Solution, a proposed standard for cell phone chargers
  • Civic Solidarity Union, a political party in Bolivia
  • Uniform Color Scales, a color space developed by the Optical Society of America
  • Union of Concerned Scientists, a nonprofit advocacy organisation
  • United Cigar Stores, an American tobacconist chain of the early 20th century
  • United Communication Service, the largest cable operator in Bangladesh
  • Universal Cartoon Studios, the animation and features division of Universal Studios
  • Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, a now defunct amalgamation of shipbuilders of the River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Unified Court System of the State of New York

Usage examples of "ucs".

In fact, the connection between the conditioned stimulus or CS (tone or rat) and the unconditioned stimulus or UCS (food or loud noise) must make sense and be useful, otherwise an animal or human won't learn that connection.