"Our DSP engine is an in-house development that primarily takes a formerly unknown variable and makes it calculable
: the room.
Elle fournit egalement, une evaluation de l'impact macroeconomique et sectoriel d'une liberalisation des services dans le cadre de l'Aleca via un modele d'equilibre general calculable
qui permet de deduire les consequences ex-ante de cet accord sur la valeur ajoutee, l'emploi, les echanges internationaux et le pouvoir d'achat.
"Nowadays, companies want to build fail-safe IT infrastructures at costs that are clearly calculable
. Together with IBM, we are supporting the fast and easy development of modern and sustainable data centres with modular and pre-defined container solutions."
THE warming of relations between Moscow and Ankara and the resumption of tourism traffic to Turkey following will certainly have repercussions on the sector in Cyprus although they are not calculable
at present, according to the head of the Cyprus Tourism Organisation.
He outlines the elements for omillennial mythmakingo: joy in the face of chaos; a sudden moment of world-shattering transformation guaranteed to happen at the very time in which we live; a calculable
moment that can become known to us provided we follow the path toward revealed knowledge by perfecting ourselves, and the unshakable faith that, if we can endure the world falling apart, it will all magically reconstitute into a better world.
Un calculo aproximado cifran en unos quince mil euros el coste del vestuario que Maxima ha lucido en Paris, exceptuando las joyas pertenecientes al joyero real cuyo valor es dificilmente calculable
Que el PRI ha demostrado su intacta capacidad de permanencia y ha asegurado su existencia politica en un horizonte temporal tan amplio que hoy no seria predecible ni calculable
. En otras palabras,
He added that while insurance deals with risks, there are too many factors for conventional systems and climate change further complicates the situation, and that uncertainties need to be converted to calculable
risks, which is easier said than done.
For hundreds of years, Lloyd's and other insurers have been diversifying the risks of even one-time events; natural hazards like earthquakes are not one-time events, but occurrences that return with calculable
Costlier prescriptions (and proscriptions, like of irresponsible coastal development) run up against the human impulse to ignore small probabilities, even quite calculable
ones with clear trends, especially when acute interests conflict with future and more public ones.
"There is a calculable
commercial advantage to be made and there is a partnership between owner and manager which can benefit and improve the overall quality of the service delivered to the oil company," he said.
! As people spiral down, without skilled help, they will ultimately need higher levels of service at higher costs to society.