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First, the control of own ship is determined to ensure the shortest trajectory of the flight, the smallest loss of the road (min condition) for noncooperating control of every ship encountered, contributing to the largest extension of the trajectory of the own ship (max condition).
The single cells might represent noncooperating individuals, a prologue of the collapsed microcommunity [55], while the aggregated bacteria in these bitumen concretions constitute a stable microbial ecosystem.
(ii) The XML parser module processes the XML trust files provided by either the cooperating CAs or the TB (for noncooperating CAs).
Different lactulose-[eH.sub.2]test methods in noncooperating patients have been well described and they have been used routinely by pediatric gastroenterologists [13-16].
(32) Moving against noncooperating states has a significant downside if requiring that the United States and its allies shun rule violators when engaging them instead could reveal options, generate useful information, and overcome misunderstandings.
In fact, given that the government often seeks cooperation from less culpable players in order to get at the "higher-ups," we might expect defendants who cooperate to be charged with less serious offenses than their noncooperating counterparts.
According to the model in Section 2 and the proposed method in Section 3, using the parameters in Table 2, the controller can be obtained; then in the cases of cooperating and noncooperating Evaders, the system performances and the trajectories of the aircrafts can be calculated, as shown in Figures 5 and 6.
In the past few years, the Central Bank has intensified its campaign against suspected money launderers after Lebanon's name was removed from the list of noncooperating countries in the fight against dirty money in 2001.
Consider for a moment the type of competition whereby "foreign producers sell below international prices." It can be readily perceived how this type of competition might hurt an exporter who has to compete in the international markets against rival (noncooperating) exporters who unfairly undercut international prices.
By December, the European Union will decide on the status of the Philippines as a noncooperating third party in its campaign against (IUUF).
The authors classify activities of noncooperating (i.e., nontransmitting) subjects, as walking, lying, crawling, or standing persons, and they detect them achieving a localization accuracy within 1 meter.
Among those, 226 (56.5 percent) responses originate from LSPs engaged in horizontal cooperations, while 174 responses originate from noncooperating LSPs that therefore had to be excluded from the subsequent analyses.