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:* Collaborative process – voluntary and market driven development ( or approval ) following a transparent consensus driven process that is reasonably open to all interested parties.
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:* is the constant capital of materials used in a period plus the depreciated portion of tools and plant used in the process.
:* The Papersave process was developed by Battelle Ingenieurtechnik GmbH and is, therefore, sometimes referred to as " the Battelle Process ".
:* The Wei T ' o process uses methoxy magnesium methyl carbonate, or isopropoxy magnesium isopropyl carbonate, and new products are coming out in 2008.
:* The mule was an intermittent process, as the frame advanced and returned a distance of 5ft. It was the descendant of a 1779 Crompton device.
:* This can be construed as the idea that in the legislative process, we " owe " one another reasons for our proposals.
:* Impact pressure broadening: The collision of other particles with the emitting particle interrupts the emission process, and by shortening the characteristic time for the process, increases the uncertainty in the energy emitted ( as occurs in natural broadening ).
:* Resonance broadening occurs when the perturbing particle is of the same type as the emitting particle, which introduces the possibility of an energy exchange process.
:* The non-custodial parent becoming equivalent to " a criminal without due process rights " ( Involuntary Servitude ).
:* The Goal ( 1984 ) introduces TOC process for improving organizations and briefly TOC's accounting aspects.
:* non-parametric hierarchical Bayesian models, such as models based on the Dirichlet process, which allow the number of latent variables to grow as necessary to fit the data, but where individual variables still follow parametric distributions and even the process controlling the rate of growth of latent variables follows a parametric distribution.
:* Enlargement of the European Union is the political process for integrating countries into the European Union.
:* Soft Systems Methodology ( SSM ): in the field of organizational studies is an approach to organisational process modelling, and it can be used both for general problem solving and in the management of change.
:* A reverse process to regression, where instead of a future dependent variable being predicted from known explanatory variables, a known observation of the dependent variables is used to predict a corresponding explanatory variable.
:* Possible invalidity of base claim: It is impossible to know, when beginning the application process and even at the time of patent issuance, if a patent claim is valid.
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:* Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland ( née Lady Anne Churchill ; 1683 – 1716 ), second daughter of the 1st Duke
:* William Godolphin, Marquess of Blandford ( 1700 – 1731 ), elder son of the 2nd Duchess, predeceased his mother without issue
:* Iterated function systems – use fixed geometric replacement rules ; may be stochastic or deterministic ; e. g., Koch snowflake, Cantor set, Sierpinski carpet, Sierpinski gasket, Peano curve, Harter-Heighway dragon curve, T-Square, Menger sponge
:* Strange attractors – use iterations of a map or solutions of a system of initial-value differential equations that exhibit chaos ( e. g., see multifractal image )
:* Escape-time fractals – use a formula or recurrence relation at each point in a space ( such as the complex plane ); usually quasi-self-similar ; also known as " orbit " fractals ; e. g., the Mandelbrot set, Julia set, Burning Ship fractal, Nova fractal and Lyapunov fractal.
:* Random fractals – use stochastic rules ; e. g., Lévy flight, percolation clusters, self avoiding walks, fractal landscapes, trajectories of Brownian motion and the Brownian tree ( i. e., dendritic fractals generated by modeling diffusion-limited aggregation or reaction-limited aggregation clusters ).