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This article has proposed a diagnosis system that checks if the heterogeneous measurements obtained from a stochastic timed discrete event system with an uncomplete sensor configuration are consistent or not with a set of temporal constraints that specify tolerance intervals for the system operations.
Large vertebrate remains are recorded in this stratigraphic interval, an uncomplete humerus (18.5 cm length) and an incomplete skull with a cervical vertebra (41.6 cm length).
In the reports, most of the female researchers had their professional options determined by the professional choices made by their partners and/or husbands (uncomplete doctorates, not participating in civil service entrance examinations ...), as if their (male) careers were the main ones and the wives' complementary or secondary.
Uncomplete nerve ablation is a potential explanation cannot be ignored.
VAR of Edward Snowden's legal representative Anatoly Kucherena showing a copy of the asylum document granted to Snowden (sound uncomplete, lawyer says: "...he (Snowden) will also deal with security issues...
There are one uncomplete copy recently discovered in the music collection of the Pelplin Diocesan Archives.
This decomposition may be uncomplete. We complete it as below.
Next week my work at Schirmers will be finished, that is, it is not finished, and I feel not very comfortable that I have to end the new edition of the dictionary in an uncomplete state, but the publisher does not want to spend more money on it ...
It could be observed that the crystallinity from the TPS was not completely disrupted in the PBAT/TPS blend, attesting for the uncomplete plasticization for starch.
(1) This article proposes that Godwin rewrote the ending to Caleb Williams to make the novel more ambiguous in its outcome, or, to use the words of the South African artist, William Kentridge, to use "uncomplete gestures and uncertain endings" to create "[a]n art--and a politics--in which optimism is kept in check and nihilism at bay." (2) For radicals in Britain in the mid-1790s, as in South Africa through the 1990s, it was politically urgent to create an art in which hope remained a possibility, but which also remained faithful to the cruelty of the current situation.
The results of the second part of this paper allow formulating a decision of investment rule under uncomplete information.
The data in Table 3 indicate that the solubility of liquid products in the solvents used at their formation during thermosolvolytical liquefaction is uncomplete varying between 12.2-77.6%, being lowest for water and highest for dimethyl ketone.