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Many common bronze alloys have the unusual and very desirable property of expanding slightly just before they set, thus filling in the finest details of a mold.
" " If some intellectual property is desirable because it encourages innovation, they reason, more is better.
Despite the name, there is no need for passwords to be actual words ; indeed passwords which are not actual words may be harder to guess, a desirable property.
A soundness property provides the initial reason for counting a logical system as desirable.
Very few trees of desirable breeds such as Oak were left standing once the boom was over, mostly to mark private property lines.
It is common to use postal districts as placenames in London, particularly in the property market: a property may be described as being " in N11 ", especially where a postal district is synonymous with a desirable location but also covers other less prestigious places.
They are a convenient shorthand for social status, such that a ' desirable ' postcode may add significantly to the value of property, and property developers have pressed for the boundaries of postal districts to be altered so that new developments will sound as though they are in a richer area.
( White Flight usually further decreases property values, whereby a neighborhood is no longer seen as desirable to a significant segment of the population, and therefore worth less.
Rylands was historically more at risk of flooding from the River Trent to the south, and this has meant that property here was less desirable, and led to more modestly sized houses being constructed, originally mostly for rental.
The doctrine which The United Irishman was to follow was stated as follows: " that the Irish people had a distinct and indefeasible right to their country, and to all the moral and material wealth and resources thereof, to possess, to govern the same, for their own use, maintenance, comfort and honour, as a distinct Sovereign State ; that it was within their power and their manifest duty to make good and exercise that right ; that the life of one peasant was as precious as the life of one nobleman or gentleman ; that the property of the farmers and labourers of Ireland was as sacred as the property of all the noblemen and gentlemen in Ireland, and also immeasurably more valuable ; that the Tenant Right custom should be extended to all Ulster, and adopted and enforced by common consent in the other three provinces ; that every man who paid taxes should have an equal voice with every other man in the government of the State and the outlay of those taxes ; that no man at present had any ' legal ' rights or claim to the protection of any law and that all ' legal ' and constitutional agitation in Ireland was a delusion ; that every freeman, and every man who desired to become free, ought to have arms, and to practise the use of them ; that no ' combination of classes ' in Ireland was desirable, just, or possible save on the terms of the rights of the industrious classes being acknowledged and secured ; and that no good thing could come from the English Parliament or the English Government ".
For example, the Strictness property ( mentioned in the section Recoverability above ) is often desirable for an efficient recovery.
* Loss of residential property value: Homes near an undesirable development may be less desirable when the owner attempts to sell it.
In the mathematical subfield of numerical analysis, numerical stability is a desirable property of numerical algorithms.
Because of their common use in preservation, it is usually desirable for a desiccant to be substantially chemically stable or chemically inert, and a number of useful desiccants with this property have been identified and are in common use, such as silica gel, chalk and clay-based desiccants.
If courts, for instance, should prevent a man from breathing any air which had been breathed by another ( within, say a reasonable statute of limitations ), those individuals who breathed most vigorously and were quickest and wisest in selecting desirable locations in which to breathe ( or made the most advantageous contracts with such individuals ) would, by virtue of their property right in certain volumes of air, come to exercise and enjoy a peculiar economic advantage, which might, through various modes of economic exchange, be turned into other forms of economic advantage, e. g., the ownership of newspapers or fine clothing.
The fact that a single control point only influences those intervals where it is active is a highly desirable property, known as local support.
From the underlying idea of partially specified results as representing incomplete knowledge, one derives another desirable property: the existence of a least element.
He stated in relevant part that “ So far as reasonable safety permits, it is desirable to give to life policies the ordinary characteristics of property.
Despite its simplicity, a space X with more than one element and the trivial topology lacks a key desirable property: it is not a T < sub > 0 </ sub > space.
of the class of nonlinear second order ordinary differential equations with polynomial coefficients, those that possess a certain desirable technical property, shared by the linear equations ( nowadays commonly referred to as the ' Painlevé property ') can always be transformed into one of fifty canonical forms.

desirable and deductive
The Bayesian view has a number of desirable features — one of them is that it embeds deductive ( certain ) logic as a subset ( this prompts some writers to call Bayesian probability " probability logic ", following E. T. Jaynes ).

desirable and system
In this type of system, a high loop gain is desirable because it provides a fast response time.
It should be noted that for practical PID controllers a pure differentiator is neither physically realisable or desirable due to amplification of noise and resonant modes in the system.
A " mixed " control system such as the latter is not desirable and modern FBW aircraft normally avoid it by having more independent FBW channels, thereby reducing the possibility of overall failure to minuscule levels that are acceptable to the independent regulatory and safety authority responsible for aircraft design, testing and certification before operational service.
This is also because it is not seen as desirable for individuals to wait for revolution to start experiencing alternative experiences outside what is offered in the current social system.
I regard a return to a gold standard as neither desirable nor feasible — with the one exception that it might become feasible if the doomsday predictions of hyperinflation under our present system should prove correct.
However, for a general purpose system it is desirable for the operating system to be able to change the vectors at runtime.
It is desirable to tie the system of Earth coordinates ( latitude, longitude, and elevations or orography ) to fixed landforms.
Utopia () is an ideal community or society possessing a desirable socio-politico-legal system.
If a system identifies end-users by some form of log-in procedure then a concurrency goal is highly desirable.
Because of the popularity of the Internet, many desirable domain names are already assigned and users must search for other acceptable names, using Web-based search features, or WHOIS and dig operating system tools.
In the newer triadic harmonic system, however, the tritone became permissible, as the standardization of functional dissonance made its use in dominant chords desirable.
A high power factor is generally desirable in a transmission system to reduce transmission losses and improve voltage regulation at the load.
It is often desirable to adjust the power factor of a system to near 1. 0.
Matrix schemes use the same fraudulent non-sustainable system as a pyramid ; here, the participants pay to join a waiting list for a desirable product which only a fraction of them can ever receive.
While these compounds have desirable effects in humans, they cannot be efficiently metabolized in many animals and can lead to cardiac and nervous system problems, and if consumed in high quantities, even lead to death.
For example, in the state of Victoria, Australia, land use zones are combined with a system of planning scheme overlays to account for the multiplicity of factors that impact on desirable urban outcomes in any location.
Most practical applications of cryptography use a combination of cryptographic functions to implement an overall system that provides all of the four desirable features of secure communications ( Confidentiality, Integrity, Authentication, and Non-repudiation ).
In some cases it is desirable to have a sampling frequency more than twice the desired system bandwidth so that a steep digital filter and a less steep analog anti-aliasing filter can be used in exchange for a steep analog anti-aliasing filter.
In marketing terminology, a killer application ( commonly shortened to killer app ) is any computer program that is so necessary or desirable that it proves the core value of some larger technology, such as computer hardware, gaming console, software, a programming language, software platform, or an operating system.
Democratic theorists have identified a trilemma due to the presence of three desirable characteristics of an ideal system of direct democracy, which are challenging to deliver all at once.
To an extent, the Occupy movement attempted to create a system that satisfies all three desirable requirements at once, but at a cost of the resulting system being widely criticized for being slow and unwieldy.

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