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Slang
Entertainment
  • S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team, a video game
  • An American card game of draw & discard, also called Thirty-one, but not to be confused with Skat, a card game of German origin
  • SCATS, a boxed game produced in the 1950s by UPL as an update on the Beetle game, involving constructing a drawing of a cat in stages on pre-printed cards
Transportation
Education
Military
Other
  • Scat Air (PLL Scat Aircompany), an airline based in Kazakhstan
  • Scat singing, an improvisational vocal technique in jazz
  • Scanning Acoustic Tomography
  • Scatophagidae, a family of fishes
  • Solaris Crash Analysis Tool, software for analyzing the causes of crashes in the Solaris Operating System
  • Somerville Community Access Television, a public access television station located in Somerville, Massachusetts, U.S.
  • Special Casualty Access Team, a group of officers within the Ambulance Service of New South Wales, Australia, trained for treatment and rescue of patients from dangerous environments
  • Sports Carnival Association of Tasmania, which runs a series of track cycling, running and woodchopping competitions in Tasmania, traditionally run in the period immediately following Christmas and the New Year
  • Systematic Cause Analysis Technique, used in accident investigations

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Open Channel Foundation: SCAT (359 words)
SCAT, through utilization of a comprehensive parts database, determines cost effectiveness by comparing life cycle costs of unique part configurations and standard part configurations.
SCAT was instituted as a commonality analysis for the Space Station, but is easily applicable to other projects such as software commonality, which is used as an example in the detailed documentation.
SCAT also contains a software commonality algorithm which requires package size, expected number of years of use, and whether the programs are missioncritical, developed in-house, or dependent on hardware which is not yet available.
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