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From the convergency curve in Figure 2, we can see that the iterative algorithm in this paper is efficient.
The spherical harmonic series rely on the truncated expansion of binomial expressions that must be investigated for convergency.
Worldwide Computer Products News-30 July 2009-Damovo to develop fixed/mobile convergency solution in partnership with Agito Networks(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
There may be some built-in differences in the processes behind the creation of accounting standards that cause convergency to be done slowly, and there's not a thing wrong with that.
As a result, when a Chinese leader is encountered who does not fit the pattern, such as Lim Boon Keng in Singapore, he could be analysed in terms of his exceptional status using concepts such as "contradiction", confusion, and schizoid nature, as in Lee Guan Kin's study, The Thought of Lim Boon Keng: Convergency and Contradiction between Chinese and Western Culture (1991).
1 of the Treaty provides for other possible interpretations since it is sadi that "the convergency reports should also take into account the development of the euro, the results of market integration, the situation and the evolution of the balance of payments.
150) Chapter VI's Convergency Program calls for the creation of codes of conduct at the community level for commercial communications and professional ethics.