Decoupling

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Decoupling

A situation in which returns on two assets or asset classes that normally move together move separately. For example, oil and natural gas prices usually move together: when one goes up, so does the other, and vice versa. Likewise, stocks and corporate bonds usually behave the same way. Decoupling in both cases occurs when oil moves in one direction while natural gas moves in the opposite, or when stocks' and corporate bonds' returns diverge.
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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.
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* Decouple 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 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.
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