• different
  • During studying resources, managing tasks, change, reaction time and effect I explored the features of time as resource, the significance of the time factor, the improvability of time efficiency in the different managing functions, the factors supporting and hindering the quick reaction of organisations, and what rearrangements can be seen in management work nowadays. (umn.edu)
  • This type of process is usually applied for steady problems in which the time-stepping is merely used as intermetiate iteration, therefore the time steps may be chosen to satisfy the CFL condition locally, i.e., advancing the solution at each computational grid using a different false-time-step, which is calculated based on the cell size and velocity, rather than the minimal value of the whole grid. (cfd-online.com)
  • Different factors affect the berth and time assignment of each vessel. (wikipedia.org)
  • NPCs can be in different places at different times of the day. (wikipedia.org)
  • discrete
  • At the Time Factor's core is a pair of discrete 3 sec delay lines and ten processing modes such as Vintage Delay, Tape Echo, Reverse, Loop, etc. that can be employed as stereo or dual-mono effects. (tapeop.com)
  • Among models found in the literature, there are four most frequently observed cases: a) discrete vs. continuous berthing space, b) static vs. dynamic vessel arrivals, c) static vs. dynamic vessel handling times, and d) variable vessel arrivals. (wikipedia.org)
  • comprised 56% o
  • In 1994, the Mongoloid race, using a broad definition which included indigenous Americans, comprised 34% of the Earth's human population which made it the second most populous race behind Caucasoids who comprised 56% of the Earth's human population at that time. (wikipedia.org)
  • Journal
  • Daniel , C. (1973) ,"One-at-a-Time Plans," Journal of the American Statistical Association 68, 353-360 Bevington and Robinson, Data Reduction and Error Analysis for the Physical Sciences, 2nd Ed. McGraw-Hill (1992) See Category: Experimental design, at bottom. (wikipedia.org)
  • main
  • This low overhead is due to three main factors. (wikipedia.org)
  • If the micro-processor has enough cores and hopefully they are not sending requests to the main memory at the same time, there will be partial aggregate hiding of memory latency. (wikipedia.org)
  • work
  • While the researchers report an enhancement of fluorescence intensity by a factor of up to 108 compared with quantum dots on an unpatterned surface, more recent (unpublished) work has exceeded a factor of 550. (nextbigfuture.com)
  • Employers should proceed cautiously in terminating the employment of an employee that they know will be imminently undergoing a major medical procedure and requiring time off work. (employmentlawtoday.com)
  • The tribunal also found that Pritchard's pending disability-related absence from work was a factor in the termination of his employment: The termination of Pritchard's employment occurred with considerable haste, five business days before his scheduled hip replacement surgery. (employmentlawtoday.com)
  • It introduces the time factor in Heijnen's work. (wikipedia.org)
  • real-time
  • Not only is the unit very quiet and excellent-sounding, but it's also quite responsive-making real-time adjustments with the knobs feels more "analog" than with similar devices. (tapeop.com)
  • Sellers keep the producers informed, in real time, of their inventory and consumption rate. (wikipedia.org)
  • find
  • That said, with a bit of preparation, most guitarists should find that the Time Factor is able to tackle nearly any delay/loop-based task thrown at it. (tapeop.com)
  • Fund-level tests find significant evidence of both positive and negative timing, but the excess return of positive timing funds is not significantly higher than that of the other funds. (ssrn.com)
  • My problem is that I can t find any good definition of what false time steps exactly do, or how it works. (cfd-online.com)
  • minimum
  • Drawing from business, another way of thinking about flow is the idea of just-in-time (JIT) inventory management, where a minimum of parts stays in a factory or store, with a closed loop between supplier and manufacturer/seller. (wikipedia.org)
  • Name
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  • However
  • However, a clear point in time for the delivery of product data has not been specified for product manufacturers causing uncertainty and impacting negatively on the quality of product data. (doria.fi)
  • However, planning ahead of time and conducting the right research can make this a hassle free, smooth process. (indiatimes.com)
  • System
  • Furthermore, some researchers have shown that OFAT can be more effective than fractional factorials under certain conditions (number of runs is limited, primary goal is to attain improvements in the system, and experimental error is not large compared to factor effects, which must be additive and independent of each other). (wikipedia.org)
  • last
  • Housing-wise, the Time Factor is built to last-heavy enough to inspire confidence, yet light enough to easily tote around. (tapeop.com)
  • In a piece published last month on the New York Times Motherlode blog, writer and educator Jessica Lahey made the case that teens need at least nine hours of sleep a night, but often get only about seven. (time.com)
  • Finally, in the last case, the vessel arrival times are considered as variables and are optimized. (wikipedia.org)
  • attention
  • Change directs attention to the time factor from the point of view of the organisation, and management does the same from that of the person. (umn.edu)
  • Intelligence analysis rarely impresses itself upon policymakers, who are inevitably busy and inundated with more demands on their time and attention than they can possibly meet. (wikipedia.org)
  • multiple
  • When these Key Prices also coincide with the Time Forecasts, as they generally do, so much the better, as I then have multiple overlays of information to trade from. (sacredscience.com)
  • Finally review the application multiple times before submitting it and do not forget to attach relevant documents, if asked for. (indiatimes.com)
  • In contrast, in situations where data is precious and must be analyzed with care, it is almost always better to change multiple factors at once. (wikipedia.org)
  • Plans
  • Room for reflection at Museum de Fundatie, castle het Nijenhuis, Heino/Weihe NL Sibyl Heijnen is also known for her plans to transform Times Square and Broadway. (wikipedia.org)
  • data
  • There exist cases where the mental effort required to conduct a complex multi-factor analysis exceeds the effort required to acquire extra data, in which case OFAT might make sense. (wikipedia.org)
  • next
  • Over the next five years we expect macroeconomic, market and monetary policy conditions to be aligned with strong factor performance. (investmentnews.com)
  • effects
  • I feel a bit lame saying this, but my quibbles with the Time Factor have more to do with the way I like to use effects pedals live onstage: a bit randomly. (tapeop.com)
  • effort
  • Committed leadership is needed because of the time and effort involved in creating a technology roadmap. (wikipedia.org)
  • person
  • Though I'm involved in ministry, I encounter the choice all the time- the choice of completing the project or completing the person. (parentingyourteen101.com)
  • Jones became a world champion and, at the same time, the only person to defeat Arnold as a professional, with a seventh-round knockout win in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (wikipedia.org)
  • nearly
  • OFAT can miss optimal settings of factors Designed experiments remain nearly always preferred to OFAT with many types and methods available, in addition to fractional factorials which, though usually requiring more runs than OFAT, do address the three concerns above. (wikipedia.org)
  • strong
  • For me, even the PFS Time Forecast is a consideration that must go along with the Key Price Levels which are so powerful and give such strong indications that with or without the Time Model they still determine more than half of my trading decisions. (sacredscience.com)
  • stage
  • After decades of cutting edge and musical outboard gear, Eventide's first floor pedal offering is the delay-centric Time Factor, and I really enjoyed putting it through its paces both in the studio and on stage. (tapeop.com)
  • rate
  • The invisible group came in at 6%-three times the rate of the low-risk kids. (time.com)
  • busy
  • High performance computing experts are striving to keep all cores busy all the time. (wikipedia.org)
  • So, if each core is kept busy all the time, a complete utilization of the whole micro-processor is possible. (wikipedia.org)
  • complex
  • Dear Adarsh, I agree with you that when a time-accurate (i.e., transient) solution is sought you should advance the solution with the same time step throughout the grid (unless you use some time-interploation, which seems to be complex approach to me). (cfd-online.com)
  • known
  • Jones was known around the world of women's boxing for beating some of the best fighters of her time. (wikipedia.org)
  • direct
  • At the hearing, Pritchard questioned the timing of his termination, asserting his direct manager and everyone around him knew his surgery was coming. (employmentlawtoday.com)
  • include
  • Some accoutrements that set the Time Factor apart from similar pedals include comprehensively assignable expression pedal and aux switch jacks (very cool-think of the possibilities! (tapeop.com)
  • good
  • So, yes, I thought the Time Factor was an awesome studio tool-sounding just as good and often better than a lot of my rack gear. (tapeop.com)
  • Micro-threads provide a very good solution to hide memory latency best based on the run-time utilization of the microprocessor. (wikipedia.org)
  • term
  • It does so by adding a pseudo-transient term to the solved conservation equation, and then advances the iterative process by time increments. (cfd-online.com)
  • In that case, the term 'false' seems inappropriate to me, as this is physically meaningful time incrementing. (cfd-online.com)
  • account
  • Golias M.M. (2011) A bi-objective berth allocation formulation to account for vessel handling time uncertainty. (wikipedia.org)
  • gives
  • When the protector is killed, his wife (Manjari Phadnis), at the same time, delivers a baby boy (Shakti) whom Rudra gives to his loyal servant. (wikipedia.org)