dynamic analysis

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dynamic analysis

(programming)
Evaluation of a program based on its execution. Dynamic analysis relies on executing a piece of software with selected test data.

dynamic analysis

The analysis of a structural system as a function of displacement under transient loading conditions.
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Offensively, Crowley and Mason have teamed up to form one of the more dynamic scoring duos in the region.
6 ppg) are the most dynamic scoring backcourt in the conference.
In practice, however, most states that have attempted dynamic fiscal notes--such as California, Colorado and New Mexico--have found them to be impractical and imprecise, given the limitations of dynamic scoring.
He left knowing that whoever he picks, his hopes of World Cup glory could be abruptly ended by the dynamic scoring touch of Luis Suarez.
We include dynamic scoring to provide a richer view of the policy interactions.
Another demonstration of supply-side influence is the growing adherence, on the Right, to dynamic scoring analysis of fiscal policy changes.
It is a dynamic scoring system that is continuously updated and reflects the most current situation.
1 LEAMINGTON'S dynamic scoring duo of Mark Bellingham and Luke Corbett paved the way for a hard earned, yet somewhat fortunate, local derby success over luckless Rugby at The New Windmill Ground last night.
Once again, the dynamic scoring duo of Chris Parker, who scored a hat trick, and Scott Needham (2), got the goals that mattered in the 5-1 win.
But lack of success on the dynamic scoring front has not deterred those who seek to squeeze large tax cuts into small ten-year revenue totals.
Some seasons brought optimism, such as in 1996-97, when Kariya and Teemu Selanne formed a dynamic scoring duo that led Anaheim to the second round.
Dynamic scoring, in contrast, assumes that changes do have an effect on the economy.

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