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The main idea is as follows: the mismatching symbols x [i] and x [2n - i + 1] are pointed by the double arrows in figure01.
4] if and only if we encounter a mismatching symbol, which proves that the input string belongs to the language [L.
3) In this article it is argued that a 100 percent reserve system can still bring about artificial booms by maturity mismatching if there is a central bank or government support and guarantees for the banking system.
At the core of the traditional Austrian business cycle there is maturity mismatching in the term structure of the assets and liabilities of the banking system.
The potential for mismatching shareholder income and corporate expense under this rule does not exist if the corporation and shareholder both use a calendar year.
Matching and mismatching junior high school learning-disabled and emotionally-handicapped students' perceptual preferences with mathematics scores.
This holding relies on the view that the OID provisions are designed to "match" the holders OID income with the issuers OID deduction and that permitting the holder to suspend accruals of OID would result in the very mismatching that the OID provisions were enacted to avoid.
Best believes Phase I of the IFRS adoption will unnecessarily increase the risk of asset-liability mismatching and earnings volatility when compared with most current Continental accounting standards.
After adjustment for the degree of HLA mismatching, the researchers found that shipped kidneys with HLA mismatches had a 17% higher rate of allograft failure within the first year after transplantation.
Thus, any mismatching of interest deduction and interest income between Tate & Lyle Inc.
Transplantation of a composite "thymokidney"-a kidney with vascularized autologous thymic tissue under its capsule-in pigs whose thymus glands had been removed induced graft tolerance despite mismatching between donor and recipient, according to a report in the March 15 issue of the Journal of Immunology.