In analyzing interview data, we identified eight types of technology transition points
x] is a potential transition point
that must be found by the model, and [D.
The proof of Proposition 20 is divided in two cases when m is a transition point
and when it's not.
In this case the Decision Analysis Agent assumes this transition point
as preferable and follows a solution (S1) containing three major rules:
To some extent, these findings are just in line with the changes in impact strength and ductile-brittle transition point
of the blends.
Microfibril angles for both red and sugar maples were found to be 22[degrees] in the juvenile wood and 16[degrees] in the mature wood, corresponding to the transition point
of 40 years observed for fiber length and coarseness.
I think it was definitely a transition point
for us, to not want to feel that way again.
These two keys make a secure transition point
because on the printed page, the six fiats and sharps are balanced visually and easy to comprehend.
It's right at that transition point
in climate and geography between Northern and Southern California," says Killion.
The wide and narrow drive will work on the same bus, but make sure the high byte is terminated at the transition point
A complex network of crossover piping and mainline valves would allow in-line tools to be both launched and received at the diameter transition point
without affecting flow.
The transition point
is the position during an exercise in which the lifter makes the transition from lowering a weight to raising it [ILLUSTRATION FOR PHOTO 4 OMITTED].