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Maths able to be distributed
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85) Because a fault-based standard can, for game-theoretic reasons, result in the imposition of no penalties (again, assuming all taxpayers rationally decide to comply with the standard), only the strict liability tax penalty system, which imposes the penalty on the few audited taxpayers found to owe taxes, would achieve this distributively desirable result.
The logic error was to confuse the state, which is composed of a part of the citizenry, with the citizenry collectively considered, then to draw conclusions about the citizens distributively considered.
The basic difference between them is the different way in which energy is applied: That is, rotors which mix more dispersively and rotors which mix more distributively.
These screws use a principle of controlled conductive melting by distributively mixing any unmelted particles, via complex flow paths that minimize shear to obtain lower and more uniform melt temperatures.
The common good may also refer to an aggregation of distinct individuals and be considered distributively.
One hundred calls were made distributively over a local loop exchange, and to cities within the US.
The goal of the CHTC has been to advance the state of the art and promote the adoption of technologies that support High Throughput Computing on large collections of distributively owned computing resources.
Such constraints mean that while the world may well be as good as it can be as a whole--that is, is aggregatively merit-maximizing--nevertheless, it is not correspondingly merit-maximizing in its parts taken distributively.
However, if it is harder for members of certain groups to move than for members of other groups--if, for the former, moving is a much more expensive option than for others--then disallowing commuting expenses and expecting them to move is distributively unjust.
a particular, identifiable group of researchers, distributively or collectively, claimed that .
The result is distributively unattractive--well-educated suspects and recidivists tend to gain at the expense of suspects with less education and less criminal experience (158)--but that is unlikely to be a great concern to any particular police officer.
This total mass is conveyed to another series of kneading blocks in barrels 7 and 8, where the fillers are both distributively and dispersively mixed into the rubber/oil matrix.