Thus, an adaptation strategy consists of a set of adaptation operations, where each operation is composed of at least only one primitive reconfiguration
Dr Richard Lewis, secretary of BMA Cymru Wales, said: "Mark Drakeford made a commitment to undertake a 'lessons learned' review of the NHS reconfiguration
process in Wales once all three rounds of major service reconfiguration
across Wales were complete.
I recommend that Betsi Chair, Mark Polin considers: College of Surgeons, 'Reconfiguration
of BCUHB General Surgery Services' 2011; College of Paediatrics, 'Facing the Future' 2013; College of Physicians, 'Rising to the challenge.
"We also welcome that the Independent Reconfiguration
Panel will take the time to come and talk to me and I trust that they will also speak with others involved in what we believe has been a deeply flawed Future Fit process.
His post read, in parts, 'There is an urgent need for a total reconfiguration
of the internal security system in Nigeria.
Also, artificial intelligence and modern heuristics algorithms are used for solution of network reconfiguration
problem -, -.
The next step in the process was to ground the aircraft for cabin reconfiguration
. It took Emirates Engineering 55 days of ground time to reconfigure the first aircraft.
After all the reconfiguration
work is completed, this is how the new business class cabin looks like.
Now, Mr Hunt has turned the decision over to the Independent Reconfiguration
Panel, a standalone body which reviews contested changes to NHS Services.
The Tripartite Coordination Mechanism tasked with the implementation of UNAMID's mandate met Sunday in Khartoum to discuss the ongoing troops' reconfiguration
process which ultimately should lead to the full withdrawal of peacekeeping mission from Darfur.
In the proposed architecture, the technology of partial reconfiguration
and on-chip interconnect is adopted to isolate FPGA resource.
, uses a partial reconfiguration
including cleaning to decrease the effect of delay.