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It is noted that MQL's revenue model will be based on license fees for use of its Proprietary Trainable Trading Algorithms and service fees for monitoring, improvements and/or variations of these Proprietary Trainable Trading Algorithms.
Based on a modular architecture, this is a twin-axis launcher, trainable in elevation and azimuth, which has been acquired so far by the French Navy for new Horizon type destroyers and Fremm multirole frigates (also delivered to Morocco).
Also be sure to highlight awards, recognitions and any continuing education that can illustrate how trainable you are.
General Dynamics will manufacture trainable gun mount systems for the conversion of four C-130H2 aircraft into AC-130U gunships.
Each is trainable, but they must be trained collectively because they are parts of a larger whole.
Miller's SIFT algorithm was the first trainable relation-extraction technique to achieve top performance in the U.
Rose-covered arbors are a classic, but branch out and consider these other easily trainable climbers, recommended by experts at Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge:
According to Palmer, among the factors in the decision were proximity to key VeriFone-approved suppliers, well-established educational centers, availability of a competitive and trainable labor force, government incentives, direct access to the growing China market, and a common language -- Mandarin -- with employees of VeriFone's existing manufacturing center in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Produced and conducted by David Scott Peters of Phoenix-based Smile Button Enterprises, the workshop focuses on Peters' trademark SMART Systems -- Simple, Measurable, Applicable, Repeatable and Trainable.
A key brain-building nutrient for both humans and animals, Docosahexaenoic Acid, commonly referred to as DHA, has been found to promote smarter, more trainable puppies when fed to both pregnant and nursing mother dogs and their puppies.
NASDAQ:ALOT) announced today it has received a research grant of $799,000 from the National Institutes of Health for the purpose of developing software for a Trainable Early Warning System for Epileptic Seizures.