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by Dipak Basu
Fog or snow would sufficiently attenuate the optical signals to render outdoor atmospheric optical communication unfeasible for distances much farther than that between adjacent buildings. Indoor optical communication channels would not ...
To which is added, a vocabulary of Scripture proper names, &c by George Fulton, G. Knight
unwearied Unfeasible, un-fez'e-bl , a. impracticable Unfeathered, un-feth'erd, a naked of feathers Unfeatured, un-fe' tiird, a. deformed Unfed, un-fed', a. not supplied with food Unfeeling, un-fel'ing, ...
being also particularly adapted to the use of academies and schools by William Grimshaw
UNFEASIBLE, adj. Impracticable. UNFED, adj. Not supplied wish food. UNFEELING, adj. Void of sensibility, s. unfeelingness: adv. unfeelingly. UNFEIGNED, adj. Not counterfeited; real. adv. unfeignedly. UNFELT. adj. Not felt. UNFETTER. t>.
and is currently found unfeasible for most applications. On the other hand , CFD has been shown to be useful in studies mainly focusing on the oxygen— transfer efficiency and mixing in large aeration tanks. Sedimentation Tank Models ...
by Jack Belzer, Albert George Holzman, Allen Kent
The process is contained until the structure becomes indefinitely unfeasible or feasibility can be maintained only at the expense of increased weight. OPTIMIZATION AS PART OF COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN An increasing number of ...
by Ian Aitken
As the film proceeds, the attempt to clarify the past becomes unfeasible. Instead, the interviews, intersected with poetic images and ...
by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino
The objective of this stage is to narrow the range of plausible choices by excluding the unfeasible ones and to somehow range the remaining options in terms of desirability. The third stage consists of adopting one, none, or some combination ...
by David P. Forsythe
Minority rights may furthermore be seen as empowering in cases where historical or cultural circumstances render assimilation with the majority population unfeasible and/or unacceptable. These rights are usually cultural autonomy rights.
by Chris K. Dyer, Patrick T. Moseley, Zempachi Ogumi, David A. J. Rand, Bruno Scrosati
Edison's 1912 patent, in which hydrogen and oxygen should be catalytically recombined into water on a heated platinum wire, turned out to be technically unfeasible. In 1928, IG Farbenindustrie AG (Germany) worked on applications of ...
by Stuart S. Nagel
velop methods by analyzing how good decision makers implicitly decide rather than trying to deduce how they should decide in light of unrealistic and/or unfeasible premises that relate to calculus optimization or mathematical programming.
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