dynamic restriction

dynamic restriction

Those restrictions imposed by the local air traffic control (ATC) facility on an “as needed” basis to manage unpredictable fluctuations in traffic demands.
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Then capital market perfection implies the following dynamic restriction on profits:
In the general case when preferences are not homothetic, the dynamic restriction on the real profit of firms in equation (1b), together with menu cost and the assumption of consumer rationality which results in demand functions which are homogeneous of degree zero in prices and income, imposes a constraint on the movements of all prices in the economy.
Interestingly, with firms facing menu costs, the two assumptions together impose certain dynamic restrictions on all prices and quantities in an economy.
In the report, "Choosing the Right Network Quarantine Solution (June 2005)," Forrester estimates that the adoption of network quarantine--"the dynamic restriction of client systems' access to networks based on their compliance with policy"--will grow significantly in the second half of this year.
In future, it is reasonable to investigate the changing of dynamic restrictions (the different limited values of FRT' s roll, trim and draft) for bunkering TP depends on the state of the open sea.
Similar to developments in other technologies, there is a clear trend towards off-board cloud-based solutions leveraging the processing power of remote servers to calculate complex routing based on a large number of parameters, and static and dynamic restrictions.
a recent comprehensive set of dynamic restrictions designed to
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