By having additional requirements, even if an organization does attempt to decouple
new rules and regulations from its internal core routines, those requirements could eventually necessitate permanent compliance.
indicators on the CO2 emission-economic growth linkage: the Jiangsu Province case.
Therefore, the key point to decouple
the condenser fouling fault from other faults is to eliminate the influence of the refrigerant charge fault on APPR.
Another strong example comes from California, where they have managed to decouple
GDP from the typically rising electricity demand.
The [.sup.19.F] CP MAS experiments were repeated with shorter and longer contact times with the proton decouple
. The spectra in Fig.
Not long ago, I was consulting for a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) who wanted to switch to integrated capacitors to decouple
a new model of a high-powered microprocessor.
network storage from the server: Servers and their storage have been inseparable, so when one is replaced the other must be, too, regardless of how much life is still in it.
We develop theory to explain variation in the responses of firms to such pressures, i.e., why some firms acquiesce by actually implementing stock repurchase programs, while others decouple
formally adopted repurchase programs from actual corporate investments, so that the plans remain more symbolic than substantive.
The plan would "decouple
' government farm support programs from the market.
Typically only the most rigid organisations, which completely decouple
the agents, have led to clear computational benefits.
The proposed technique is used to decouple
a closely mounted (0.049[[lambda].sub.0], edge to edge, at 2.45 GHz) monopole antennas over a finite ground plane as shown in Fig.
This placement technique provides minimum inductance and maximum capacitance to decouple
the IC's power system.