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What appears on the title page as a well-framed, compact, surveyable line also symbolizes the unpredictable "turns and difficulties" of hunting; "allegories and riddles"; "winding walks and serpentine rivers"; the "thread of a play, or novel, which ever increases" our delight "as the plot thickens, and ends most pleas'd, when that is most distinctly unravefl'd" (Analysis 32-33).
2009: Monetary transmission mechanism in Central and Eastern Europe: Surveying the surveyable. Journal of Economic Surveys 23(2): 277-327.
Few elements common to evidence rules have been factored out, or organizing principles elaborated, to make the entire normative structure easily surveyable." Ibid at 9-10.
Now, in 2005, Georges Gonthier used the TP Coq to create a surveyable proof [9].
This method more precisely describes by the surveyable spectra, multi-element capabilities, a linear dynamic range and possibility of analyzing large number of samples.
Therefore we need an approach that allows considering the main characteristics in a systematic and surveyable way.