well-posed problem

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well-posed problem

[′wel ¦pōzd ′präb·ləm]
(mathematics)
A problem that has a unique solution which depends continuously on the initial data.
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In Fitch's view, the above strengths should be able to hold them through their recent asset-quality issues but also make them well-poised for growth when the need arises.
He affirmed the fact that the court system in the country is well-poised to handle with rigorous fairness all cases involving foreign investors and their rights and privileges.
With Tech Mahindra and Aeris, Aircel is well-poised to deliver on this through a comprehensive suite of M2M and IoT services .
We have been well-poised to grow the business globally.
DraftKings is well-poised for explosive growth internationally, and I am excited to lead their expansion efforts," said Haas.
In addition, Italian companies are having an ever-growing presence in the Gulf states, and Qatar Airways is well-poised to facilitate both freighter and passenger services with the increase in recently introduced capacity," al-Baker added.
Together, our two entities are well-poised to serve the growing Takaful market in Pakistan and we look forward to a strong and sustainable partnership with EFU Life.
With numerous residential and commercial projects popping up across the region, the Middle East's cleaning sector is well-poised for momentous growth.
We are excited about this partnership, and confident that with Meritus' track record and expertise the new resort is well-poised to elevate the standards of high-end resort accommodation in Seminyak whilst contributing to the growth of tourism in this dynamic destination.
e tie is well-poised with Cradley 48-40 up from the rst leg, and the City Gearboxes Storm are the only team to defeat the Heathens so far this season with a 46-43 win when they met in the league on Easter Monday.
The Dutch know that a win would leave them well-poised to top Group B - an especially prized spot given that the runners-up can reasonably be expected to face hosts Brazil in the second round.
The Middle East is already well-poised to reap the benefits of this shift, with the region's IT spend projected to grow by 7.