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# Rebound, or dynamic, hardness measured with a Shore scleroscope.
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# A middle dynamic content processing and generation level application server, for example Ruby on Rails, Java EE, ASP. NET, PHP, ColdFusion, Perl platform.
# Later, more powerful processors, such as Intel P6, AMD K6, AMD K7, and Pentium 4, employed similar dynamic buffering and scheduling principles and implemented loosely coupled superscalar ( and speculative ) execution of micro-operation sequences generated from several parallel x86 decoding stages.
# Lift coefficient ( C < sub > L </ sub > or C < sub > Z </ sub >) ( Aerodynamics ) ( dimensionless )-Relates the lift generated by an airfoil with the dynamic pressure of the fluid flow around the airfoil, and the planform area of the airfoil.
# Flow control is a control concept applied to workflows, to distinguish from static control of buffers of material or orders, to mean instead a more dynamic control of flow speed and flow volumes in motion and in process.
# The system can do global code optimizations ( e. g. inlining of library functions ) without losing the advantages of dynamic linking and without the overheads inherent to static compilers and linkers.
# To provide direct, ongoing support by a local wiki community for a dynamic multilingual portal at its Main Page, for users who go to http :// wikisource. org.
# Have the backing of powerful, dynamic and stable economic actors, such as a funding agency, political institution or local university.
# RSVP maintains " soft state " ( the reservation at each node needs a periodic refresh ) of the host and routers ' resource reservations, hence supporting dynamic automatic adaptation to network changes.
# Constant change: The very nature of EAI is dynamic and requires dynamic project managers to manage their implementation.
# and hardness
# Nuclear hardness is determined for specified or actual quantified environmental conditions and physical parameters, such as peak radiation levels, overpressure, velocities, energy absorbed, and electrical stress.