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Despite their conceptual simplicity and their ability to overcome some shortcomings of the conventional methods of dependability, Markov graph is quickly confronted to the problem of combinative explosion in the number of states if the system is complex [5], [15], [16], [17], because the modelling process involves the enumeration of all possible states and all transitions between these states.
A new combinative distance-based assessment (CODAS) method for multi-criteria decisionmaking.
Caption: FIGURE 8: The schematic of diagram the pipe-soil and pipe-slurry combinative contact model [16].
(1992), "Knowledge of the firm, combinative capabilities, and the replication of technology", Organization Science, Vol.
Furthermore, as optimum combustion process results from the combinative effect of various design parameters, this work also aims to give information on the combustion system development as a whole by thoroughly examining the interaction among gas injection, charge motion, and combustion chamber shape at different engine speeds and loads.
The effect of an ambidextrous supply chain strategy on combinative competitive capabilities and business performance.
In the decellularization process, chemical and enzymatic, physical, or combinative methods are utilized to remove cells and DNA from the tissue while preserving its structural and regulatory proteins.
Wei, "FDTD/TDPO hybrid approach for analysis of the EM scattering of combinative objects," Progress in Electromagnetics Research, vol.
To derive the experimental samples, Taguchi's [L.sub.27]([3.sup.13]) orthogonal array was adopted, and 27 combinative samples were obtained, as shown in Figure 5.
(1992) Knowledge of the firm, combinative capabilities, and the replication of technology, Organization Science, vol.