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Therefore, the combined algorithm FSD-HSO is an uncomplex algorithm because of its algebraic nature, and, used in the demodulation of closed fringe patterns, its convergence is fast.
Its ability to integrate and virtualize the storage and processing capabilities of the required number of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) servers means that it can provide significant performance benefits whilst remaining cost efficient, secure and uncomplex.
Working on Annixter's ranch, the mystic shepherd Vanamee understands the importance of this simple, natural existence: "Work, food, and sleep, all life reduced to its bare essentials, uncomplex, honest, and healthy" (98).
In a globalized world with more and more complex issues, and in times of a general decrease in citizens' interest in and attention to political issues (the viewership for major presidential speeches, press conferences, and the State of the Union has dropped significantly (a 50% decrease) between 1980 and 2005 [Wattenberg, 2010], while time spent watching TV has continuously increased), political ads may be helpful for citizens to receive information about political candidates/standpoints/issues in an easy, uncomplex, and fast (30-second portions) way.
In spite of its high accuracy the design of the systems is uncomplex and rugged.
Laws are often stated in grammatically uncomplex indicative sentences.
Emily: John, I feel he had a great way of saying things in an uncomplex way that anyone could understand, which I think meant he had a great understanding of what he was saying Becky: I like Paul.
Now, the determination of those rules was a determination in very simple and uncomplex, uncomplicated living.
He could now see his life opening before him, uncomplex and inescapable as a barren corridor, completely freed now of ever again having to think or decide, the burden which he now assumed and carried as bright and weightless and martial as his insignatory brass: a sublime and implicit faith in physical courage and blind obedience, and a belief that the white race is superior to any and all other races and that the American is superior to all other white races and that the American uniform is superior to all men, and that all that would ever be required of him in payment for this belief, this privilege, would be his own life.
There must be mystery in both, for we do not unravel the uncomplex [.
If we are to believe, as some contributors to The Register-Guard's letters section maintain, that the universe is too complex to have assumed its present form solely by chance, then it follows that any hypothetical creative entity, being by definition "uncreated," must therefore be uncomplex.