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the quality or state of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

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Interestingly, the governmental and company aspect showed stronger significance and the passengers would concentrate more on the improvement of tractability as well, while this need is not so clear yet for the decision makers of transport policy.
For tractability we primarily examined only four leading brands of two dominant companies in the market, since both Pepsi and Coca-Cola have been diversifying their soda brands remarkably in recent years.
Formally, first we must introduce two additional symmetry restrictions on paths, aside from the first restriction to symmetric initial conditions, to provide analytical tractability.
This criterion has greater analytical tractability and constitutes accurate measures of self-generated clutter in applications such as radar and Spread-Spectrum (SS) techniques but is more demanding on computer time.
It is also relevant to point out that tractability is especially important in monetary economics, where questions of existence, uniqueness versus multiplicity, and dynamics are big issues that can more easily and more naturally be addressed using analytic rather than numerical methods.
the former gives it a tractability that the latter does not' (6).
Earlier, General Gier pointed out that the records generated in the process of arms marking will ease tractability and identification of the sources and end users of arms within the region.
In order to guarantee the quality, the safety and the tractability, companies will establish strict manufacturing rules for their subcontractors.
This tractability emphasizes the question of whether or not optimal allocations are implemented uniquely, that is, whether or not the optimum is fragile to runs.
Seems that the Rendon Group--the tyrannosaurus rex of military public-relations contractors--was getting paid to weed out reporters who did not fit the command's ideal of tractability.
For mathematical tractability, the model relies on a pre-reconciliation of economic plans prior to the posting of bids and asks.
For the sake of simplicity and tractability we make the following assumptions:
We debriefed the pilot subjects to determine the clarity of the instructions, the tractability and time required, and the efficacy of the manipulations.
Farmers will look to new information technologies to integrate their tractability requirements, decrease their costs, and monitor the quality of their harvest.
Since parsimonity fosters tractability, we remove insignificant variables.