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More technically, the law is concerned with the speedup achievable from an improvement to a computation that affects a proportion P of that computation where the improvement has a speedup of S. ( For example, if an improvement can speed up 30 % of the computation, P will be 0. 3 ; if the improvement makes the portion affected twice as fast, S will be 2.
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More technically and financially capable organizations were surely able to do the same long before the effort described in the book.
More technically, the divergence represents the volume density of the outward flux of a vector field from an infinitesimal volume around a given point.
More precisely, all known FFT algorithms require Θ ( N log N ) operations ( technically, O only denotes an upper bound ), although there is no known proof that better complexity is impossible.
More precisely, and technically, a Feynman diagram is a graphical representation of a perturbative contribution to the transition amplitude or correlation function of a quantum mechanical or statistical field theory.
More recent stations were designed for accessibility, but retrofitting accessibility features to old stations is at best prohibitively expensive and technically extremely difficult, and often impossible.
More technically, it relates the electric flux through any hypothetical closed " Gaussian surface " to the enclosed electric charge.
More technically, the probability that an outcome is in a particular range is derived from the integration of the probability density function in that range.
( More technically, when does the actual quantum state stop being a linear combination of states, each of which resembles different classical states, and instead begins to have a unique classical description?
Leone's next two films – For a Few Dollars More ( 1965 ) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly ( 1966 ) – completed what has come to be known as the Man with No Name trilogy ( a. k. a. the Dollars Trilogy ), with each film being more financially successful and more technically accomplished than its predecessor.
More technically, it is an already-modulated signal, which is then modulated into another signal of higher frequency and bandwidth.
More technically, it involves a lot of digital signal processing, mostly discrete Fourier transforms at various chirp rates and durations.
More technically this is referred to as an isotropic vector matrix or in a single unit width an octet truss.
More technically, the phone's speaker has to have a voice coil that generates a relatively strong electromagnetic field.
More technically, if the inflorescence is a single spike and the rachis of the leaves is arcuate, the species is H. belmoreana.
More technically, an economic model is said to have a representative agent if all agents of the same type are identical.
More recently designed fighter aircraft achieve the same improved low-speed characteristics using the technically more complex swing-wing design.
More technically, the 2002 book Le versant noir du mont Blanc ( The black hillside of Mont Blanc ) exposes problems in conserving the site.
More technically, quantum geometry refers to the shape of the spacetime manifold as seen by D-branes which includes the quantum corrections to the metric tensor, such as the worldsheet instantons.
More technically, the question is why the Higgs boson is so much lighter than the Planck mass ( or the grand unification energy, or a heavy neutrino mass scale ): one would expect that the large quantum contributions to the square of the Higgs boson mass would inevitably make the mass huge, comparable to the scale at which new physics appears, unless there is an incredible fine-tuning cancellation between the quadratic radiative corrections and the bare mass.
More technically, MPT models an asset's return as a normally distributed function ( or more generally as an elliptically distributed random variable ), defines risk as the standard deviation of return, and models a portfolio as a weighted combination of assets, so that the return of a portfolio is the weighted combination of the assets ' returns.
More technically, the surface's luminance is isotropic, and the luminous intensity obeys Lambert's cosine law.
More technically, SR occurs if the signal-to-noise ratio of a nonlinear system or device increases for moderate values of noise intensity.
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More emphasis was put upon the fact that international law was the law of `` civilized nations '' ; ;
More specifically, it involves study of the different legal systems in existence in the world, including the common law, the civil law, socialist law, Islamic law, Hindu law, and Chinese law.
More precisely, the law states that alleles of different genes assort independently of one another during gamete formation.
More than one standard can be applied to any case based on multiple jurisdictions and numerous other factors in relation to complex state and federal law ; dependant on which jurisdiction and country one is in.
In England a type of republicanism evolved that was not wholly opposed to monarchy ; thinkers such as Thomas More and Sir Thomas Smith saw a monarchy, firmly constrained by law, as compatible with republicanism.
More recently, the US Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act signed into law by President Obama in July 2010, contained a supply chain sustainability provision in the form of the Conflict Minerals law.
More importantly, the African Commission found that contrary to the claims of the Republic of Cameroon, the people of Southern Cameroons are indeed a " people " under the African Charter and broad international law with the inalienable right to determine their destiny.
Realizing his isolated position, More attempted to resign after being forced to take an oath declaring the king the Supreme Head of the English Church " as far as the law of Christ allows ".
More recently, state legislatures ( exercising their constitutional authority to do so ) have mandated in law that Electors shall cast their electoral college ballot for the Presidential Candidate to whom they are pledged.
More recent studies have demonstrated that most of the magistrates ' legal work was in civil disputes, and that there was an elaborate system of civil law which used the criminal code to establish torts.
More systematic introduction of Western law together with other Western sciences started with the establishment of Tongwen Guan in 1862.
The quotation first came from Robert J. Hanlon of Scranton, Pennsylvania, according to his friend Joseph Bigler, as a submission for a book compilation of various jokes related to Murphy's law published in 1980 titled Murphy's Law Book Two, More Reasons Why Things Go Wrong.
More reprehensible misconduct justifies a larger punitive damage award, just as a repeat offender in criminal law may be punished with a tougher sentence.
More specifically, Ohm's law states that the R in this relation is constant, independent of the current.
More recently, some, including University of North Dakota law professor Eric E. Johnson, have argued that patents in different kinds of industries – such as software patents – should be protected for different lengths of time.
More recently, the law of unintended consequences has come to be used as an adage or idiomatic warning that an intervention in a complex system tends to create unanticipated and often undesirable outcomes.