entry condition

entry condition

[′en·trē kən‚dish·ən]
(computer science)
A requirement that must be met before a program or routine can be entered by a computer program. Also known as initial condition.
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In more complex monitors that involve complex entry conditions this platform can be used to simulate the effect of a new entry condition calibration visually in each data file.
Note that the government's budget constraint coupled with the feasibility condition implies that the free entry condition (stage II) is satisfied.
Under symmetry, the zero-profit condition can be combined with price setting (Equation (2)) and multiplied by the number of firms N to yield the aggregate free entry condition
The ECB had given Cyprus until Monday to fill a hole in national accounts worth up to six billion euros -- the entry condition for securing bailout loans.
5) Hence the free entry condition can be described as follows:
The authors first derive entry condition with high discount factor [delta] [greater than or equal to] 9/17.
The free entry condition links the price of equity (the value of products) with marginal cost and markups, and hence with inflation dynamics.
Tracking performance was affected by prompt modality in the speech-based data entry condition.
On the other hand, the free entry condition in Equation (13) is upward sloping; [ds.
Second, whereas in a static model the free entry condition implies that profits are zero in equilibrium, in a dynamic model the free entry condition only implies that the expected present value of profits are equal to zero.
To compound the problem, a grading error resulted in an entry condition with approximately ten steps.
And where ponies graze shared commons, Commoners' Associations must agree to comply with environmental directives, a sometimes unattainable entry condition.