Particularly for collection-type heritage assets, it may be more appropriate to define the physical unit
as a collection, or a group of assets located at one facility, and then count the number of collections or facilities.
I particularly appreciated the attention given to physical units
throughout the calculations, since this is an area where students often go astray in their calculations.
Expand volume sizes or reallocate volumes to higher-performance or higher-availability physical units
This is achieved by creating a series of autonomous physical units
(or Houses) in which groups of prisoners may live, work and learn.
Although Microsoft has all the software in place to make the connected car a reality, it can't jump start the hardware suppliers and OEMs to install the physical units
it needs to get everything hooked up.
However, electronic records do not form physical units
like paper files.
It was selected because it is a physically-based rendering system designed to accurately model the light behavior of a scene using physical units
But securing laptops involves more than just keeping track of the physical units
These physical units
of productivity measurement are most often studied without a consideration of other factors that influence the system of production as a whole.
This same logic would seem to apply to percentage adjustments in the analysis of improved property sales where physical units
Standard inventory-sales ratios remain on the low side of historical experience; those ratios look even lower compared with historical experience if one subtracts wholesale and retail markups from the published inventory investment figures to get a better handle on the underlying physical units
The release comes off the success of the double A-side single of "Some Girls," coupled with the track "Galore," which sold over 9,000 copies in physical units
alone when it was released in April.