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This tractability allows us to extend a useful upper bound methodology.
Modi's overt tractability can well be the muscle power India needs to recompense for its flaccid stance over the last decade.
UM Foods is also committed to the industry standards for global quality and production tractability.
For convenience and tractability, we avoid these ancillary costs and benefits by assuming that longevity serves as the sole benefit from running (or equivalently, that any additional benefits are offset by costs).
This kind of tractability is what gives the Fiat 500L Trekking its edge and together with other electronic safety features helped earn it a full 5-star Euro NCAP crash safety rating.
Soft computing refers to methods that exploit tolerance for imprecision, uncertainty, and partial truth to achieve tractability, robustness, and low cost.
It provided a platform to showcase tendencies, virtuosities, different approaches to earth, the plasticity and tractability of clay, glazes and pigments.
The NIG distribution is one of the most promising distributions for asset returns proposed in the prior literature, with several attractive theoretical properties and analytical tractability.
To overcome these limitations, various approaches have been tried to include different functional groups (or substituents) onto the polymer backbone capable of reducing the chain rigidity and further increasing their tractability (7-13).
To resolve this challenge, RFID and the MEMS technology have been incorporated to enhance tractability even under frosted conditions.
We now know that canonical macroeconomic models do not adequately allow for financial-market fragilities, and that fixing the models while retaining their tractability is a formidable task.
The four-cylinder unit combines efficiency with low-down response and overall tractability.