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the approach used to do something

a distinctive way of expressing oneself

manner of being or form of existence

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a particular functioning condition or arrangement

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a classification of propositions on the basis of whether they claim necessity or possibility or impossibility

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the most frequent value of a random variable

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Investigation of the effect of the value of capacitors' capacitance c on the asynchronous mode is carried out by the differential method.
After the group had decided on an appropriate task, the subjects using the asynchronous mode of communication as shown in Figure 3 began performance of the task.
Nevertheless, there is a higher percentage of social-emotional interactions in synchronous mode than in asynchronous mode.
Both synchronous and asynchronous modes require continuous use of network connections, with enough capacity to support peak write rates.
3V PCI interface handles serial data rates up to 15Mbps in asynchronous mode and 60Mbps in synchronous mode.
Those who preferred the synchronous tutorial were significantly higher in their belief in the positive aspects of interactions and significantly lower on learning autonomy and the need to "have" all material than those who preferred the asynchronous mode.
It supports all commercial database management systems, scales to support 32 secondary replication links for one-to-many or many-to-one scenarios, allows administrative tasks to be performed online, and replicates fully consistent data in both synchronous and asynchronous mode.
com applications manage data and requests in asynchronous mode, in background, to accelerate the display of the web pages and information.
The high-speed wireless communication network enables students to learn and communicate anytime and anywhere within the campus in a synchronous or asynchronous mode.
The solution uses Magma's Blast Power(TM) product to enable designers to create a single integrated implementation that provides significant power reduction when the SoC is in asynchronous mode, while maintaining optimal performance when operating synchronously.
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