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Specifications arise as a need to develop tractable and well-defined systems that can provide a basis for econometric applications.
Users can reduce the problem they are trying to debug to only a small and tractable number of processes by picking a representative subset from each group, instead of having to debug all processes at the same time.
It is subsequent to drug release; the remnant compound is inverted into a colorful and detectable disposable so that the amount of drug release is tractable.
The machine uses a tractable arm outfitted with a sensor array to provide standoff surveillance.
The engine is sweet, tractable and fuel-efficient -- what more do you want?
The battery pack provides electrical energy to the motor which in turn generates tractable power.
The engine is so tractable you can use first or sixth gear around any corner and still make good progress.
The big problem with economics is that the discipline uses particular types of mathematical exposition, and to make the math tractable, the models assume that the economy has a propensity to equilibrium.
The researchers suggest several possible explanations for this association: "A gun may falsely empower its possessor to overreact, instigating and losing otherwise tractable conflicts with similarly armed persons.
What is new is that complex systems approaches may become tractable using the range of skills and methods from disciplines like ecology.
As to why owning a gun increased a person's likelihood of injury, researchers hypothesized that a gun "may falsely empower its possessor to overreact, instigating and losing otherwise tractable conflicts with similarly armed persons" or such people may enter "dangerous environments" that they would normally avoid.