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Obviously, as an overwhelming number of experts in politics, economics, trade, media and think tanks have pointed out, decoupling as a political agenda is not realistic in that it does not reflect the past development and present status of bilateral relations between the U.S.
Thus, we can find some works on dynamic decoupling with the use of MPC [20]-[28].
This expansion of regulatory requirements makes a more detailed understanding of the decoupling process uniquely salient to management scholars.
While unreservedly recommended for community, corporate, college, and university library Business Management collections and supplemental studies curriculums, it should be noted for the personal reading lists of business students, entrepreneurs, businessmen, governmental policy makers, and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the subject that "Unlocking the Customer Value Chain: How Decoupling Drives Consumer Disruption" is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $14.99).
Decoupling is breaking the links of the customer value chain, often by a digital disruptor who does one or a few of these activities for the customer.
For the first time, the solution of simultaneous dynamic decoupling control of the voltage amplitude and frequency will be found.
By decoupling your processes, you can separate defects by whether they are related to fill or to pressure.
In order to distinguish the decoupling state, Tapio defined eight logical possibilities [35].
This paper presents an adaptive reduced-dimension fuzzy decoupling (ARDFD) control strategy based on a number of fuzzy observers.
Com a crise financeira de 2008, estudos sobre a hipotese de decoupling nos mercados acionarios tornaram-se mais frequentes, uma vez que os mercados dos paises emergentes demoraram mais que os mercados dos paises desenvolvidos para sentir os efeitos adversos da crise.
Decoupling indicators have been used in several studies to analyze the link between energy, environment and economy.
Using preventive function monitoring, the redundancy module informs you about the output voltages of the power supplies, defects in the wiring and the decoupling section, as well as the actual load current.