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If you say "approximately" when you read it (or say it in your mind), then you use "an". If you skip over the "~" when you read it, then you use "a".

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If you say in your mind when you read the letters NCS ("en see es:"), then the letter N is pronounced beginning with a short "e" sound. So you would use "an NCS". If you say in your mind, Network Control System when you see the acronym, then you would use "a NCS" as YOU read this as "a Network Control System" even though there are only 3 letters written in the document. 

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The author talks about this. Look in the article for "historic".

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