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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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"Artificial Intelligence can defeat the world's best human chess and Go players, but some of the more difficult puzzles, such as the Rubik's Cube, had not been solved by computers, so we thought they were open for AI approaches," said Baldi.
The AKG's Luzon field office was the most productive, with 22 cases solved, followed by its Mindanao field office with two.
Meanwhile, the number of missing person from Gilgit-Baltistan was only seven and of which two cases have been solved.
Also, systems with multiple solutions can be solved; the proposed method has been able to find all the solutions inside of a given interval preset by user.
The two years old dispute between Dr Amjad Hussain and Zaheen Khan hailing from Shahokhel area was solved in front of the DPO.
From the 136, only 19 were solved, while police had an even harder time last year, solving only 13.
The participants in this research went thought all the previously mentioned three phases of learning when they solved problems from the CET site.
Without sufficient quantities of time, money, and knowledge, a problem cannot be solved. Inversely, all technical problems can be solved with sufficient time, money, and knowledge.
I believe that 80% of all reliability problems can and should be solved by the frontline organization.
Basically, it recasts a problem to be solved in conceptual abstract language, and then finds solutions in corporate and worldwide technical literature.
Symmetry is the topic of Mario Livio's THE EQUATION THAT COULDN'T BE SOLVED: HOW MATHEMATICAL GENIUS DISCOVERED THE LANGUAGE OF SYMMETRY, and will make an involving read for those involved in either science or art.
This problem can undoubtedly be solved without writing anything down, but it can also be solved on paper, and its written solution would actually take up several lines.