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a definition that gives an exact equivalent of the term defined

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Unlike other packages that utilize what the developers call a signal flow approach, which requires explicit definition of system inputs and outputs, this software uses a topological approach whereby components may be assembled without regard to how quantities flow between them.
Transparency only works in an environment where all stakeholders are aligned around a common, explicit definition of success, and where the stakeholders are allowed to openly challenge that definition before committing to it.
Other inclusion criteria were a primary diagnosis of major depressive disorder, no other psychiatric comorbidities, an explicit definition of treatment-resistant depression that specified at least one treatment failure, a prespecified outcome measure, and a clear description of rTMS parameters.
In the intervening years, he developed some of his most distinctive philosophical themes, such as the transcendental reduction and the explicit definition of the philosophical standpoint, the noetic-noematic correlation, and the study of inner time consciousness, along with many detailed analyses of intentionality and its objective correlates.
For this reason, companies should begin the product development process by collaborating with their customers to create an explicit definition of their requirements.
For the APA to draw up an explicit definition of abuse would be counterproductive.
Besides exposing the need for the explicit definition of the models, the above examples show that the main difference between static and dynamic systems stems from the absence or presence of memory.
Should the directive include an explicit definition of theaconcept of good environmental status' (GES) and what are the main elements (criteria) that should be included in such a definition to make it operational?
In contrast, by explicit definition in the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, a "partial-birth abortion" is an abortion in which the abortionist "delivers a living fetus until, in the case of a head-first presentation, the entire fetal head is outside the body of the mother, or, in the case of breech presentation, any part of the fetal trunk past the navel is outside the body of the mother, for the purpose of performing an overt act that the person knows will kill the partially delivered living fetus" [emphasis added].
Unfortunately, Manning does not provide an explicit definition of elite habituation.
HI : The performance of organizations with an explicit business-domain definition is likely to be higher than that of organizations without an explicit definition.
Conferencing also differed from circle sentencing in its explicit definition of the collective agreement reached by participants as something other than a sentence.
Although presidential scholars and journalists loosely use the term "modern presidency," Gould's explicit definition and description demonstrate that it has produced a presidency not only far removed from the Founders' expectations, but also out of sync with the national interest (xi, xii).
DOD top executives and the Congress), which are intended to provide each with sufficient understanding of the architecture to allow for meaningful input; "to be" architecture organization and location views, which define the entities/people who will perform the functions, processes, and activities, and specify the locations where the functions, processes, and activities will be performed; an explicit definition of architecture drivers and governing principles, which are the constraints and requirements that lead to major decisions about the "to be" architecture (e.
First, a book that is entirely devoted to boundary issues would do well to settle on a single, explicit definition of the term "boundary.