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an input (e.g. raw material, people, machinery) which is combined with other inputs to supply a good or service.
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According to convolution (6), taking into account the introduced signs (7) during standardising we will have the optimisation model of optimal limited resource allocation of suppliers for one group of importance of customers:
In the study, the scientists found that after a tiring task, those who believed or were led to believe that willpower is a limited resource performed worse on standard concentration tests than those who thought of willpower as something they had more control over.
While a certain degree of competitiveness in limited resource situations may be normative, particularly for boys (Berndt, 1981, 1982; Berndt, Hawkins, & Hoyle, 1986), children must strike a balance between competition and cooperation (Buhrmester & Furman, 1986).
Cloud has democratised technology and small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) around the world are now able to do much more with limited resources," said Thomas Kurian, president of Oracle product development.
Suffice to say, the agency's limited resources are directed more on those considered to be the greatest threat.
Because of limited resources and a large backlog of cases, however, they freed Ben while he was awaiting trial.
No doubt at the first opportunity Brunstrom will be complaining he is unable to investigate crime properly because of his limited resources.
What's exciting about the Sunrise Maintenance Facility is that it demonstrates that low-key environmental strategies can be integrated into the design of any modest project and have a significant impact on Earth's limited resources," said Scott Keller, partner-in-charge at Gruzen Samton.
Additionally, Internet-service providers that own major routers can allocate only limited resources to their hardware.
The symposium International Perspectives on Career Development included a plenary session that addressed career counseling in a world of limited resources.
The political and social changes might include conflicts resulting from more intense competition for limited resources, such as higher, drier land areas, fresh water, or natural fuels.
Despite extremely limited resources and a highly challenging set of circumstances, including threats on his client's life, Barwell, working pro bono, crafted a message that resonated with his audience and earned the respect of journalists, colleagues and his client.

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