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fine-tuning

a short-run interventionist approach to the economy that uses monetary and fiscal measures to control fluctuations in the level of AGGREGATE DEMAND, with the aim of minimizing deviations from MACROECONOMIC POLICY objectives. The application of fine-tuning, however, is beset with problems of accurately FORECASTING fluctuations in economic activity and in gauging the magnitude and timing of counter-cyclical measures. See DEMAND MANAGEMENT, MONETARY POLICY, FISCAL POLICY.
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The Adviser instructed FBR to fine-tune the scheme to make it simple to understand and easy to implement.
We don't want to discuss the details because that's really part of the internal government discussions on how we can craft and fine-tune the provisions of the Trabaho bill,' he said.
In this work, we use methods that fine-tune a pretrained model limited by the scale of logo dataset.
The partnership intends to utilize MacroRisk's 18-factor Eta pricing model that accounts for more than 90 percent of equity price changes and a risk-tolerance score measured by FinaMetrica to align their product offerings in order to provide advisors with a unique solution to fine-tune portfolios for their clients.
MAN WITH A PLAN Martin O'Neill has time to fine-tune
The government should "preset and fine-tune its policies in a more aggressive manner," while sticking to proactive and prudent monetary policies, he said.
Pandit said, 'I think you'll get some more guidance on expenses and how we expect to fine-tune our business in light of what could be a slower environment, in the US particularly.'
Jost Capito, Ford's director of Global Performance Vehicles said: "We've done all the engineering groundwork, and now we're using some of the most demanding roads we can find in Europe and North America to validate and fine-tune the performance and driving dynamics."
The three-day Pro Am will also provide the professionals featuring in the event an ideal opportunity to fine-tune their game ahead of the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters spearheaded by American superstar Michelle Wie.
But Clarets team-mate Steven Thompson said: "Chris has got a lotmoretalent than the likes of me, but he just needs to fine-tune different parts of his game.
The alternative solution is to periodically run software utilities, of which there are more than a dozen on the market, that are designed to dean up and fine-tune computers.
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