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complementary function

[‚käm·plə′men·trē ′fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
Any solution of the equation obtained from a given linear differential equation by replacing the inhomogeneous term with zero.
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A proprietary control module communicates with the entire powertrain, giving the transmission and engine the ability to share information and offer complementary functions, which gives the Detroit transmission an advantage that only a proprietary powertrain can provide.
G&D s platform is a proven solution already used by many MNOs worldwide, and adds value to our solution by offering complementary functions, stated Anders Olin, Vice President, Product Area Network Functions, Business Unit Cloud & IP, Ericsson.
The only limitation on combining activities is that they must "constitute complementary functions that are part of a cohesive business operation.
Development of nanotechnology has two parallel and complementary functions, one of them is the scientific basis and the development of nanotechnology, the second one is the introduction of discoveries to the practical activities," Valery Dil said.
At least for the S-6, integrating these actions within the workgroup alongside complementary functions from the S-3 and S-2 will elevate the commander's support, gain access to information that can proactively lead to the implementation of network defense countermeasures, minimize risk by leveraging offensive cyber and intelligence capabilities to address threats for which no organic defensive solution exists, and achieve unity of effort.
A new control system architecture, for which the HMI, PLC and axis cards are all sourced from the same supplier; the uniformity in component origin offers reliable and simplified diagnoses and procurement, with a reduction in the cost of maintenance into the bargain; total communication between components enables activation of complementary functions.
BRCA and PARP are two major players in DNA repair and have different but complementary functions in the cell.
Says Milstein, "Clinicians and clergy perform distinct, complementary functions in treating these syndromes.
However, many organizations see sales and marketing as one gray area, not as two different but complementary functions.
A small supermarket at Attwood Green and a larger store at Bristol Street would have complementary functions.
Since the regulatory reforms of the late 1980s, federal and provincial governments have carried out complementary functions informed by broadly shared assumptions about the relationships among economic development policies, the liberalization of capital markets (within certain limits), the functional specialization of regulatory functions, and the accommodation of regional interests.
In a neat yin-yang symbiosis, the two main floors embody entirely different but complementary functions and design principles.
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