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Facile

(language)
A concurrent extension of ML from ECRC.

http://ecrc.de/facile/facile_home.html.

["Facile: A Symmetric Integration of Concurrent and Functional Programming", A. Giacalone et al, Intl J Parallel Prog 18(2):121-160, Apr 1989].
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Moreover, it is observed that very thin layer was facilely coated on the surface of [Fe.
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The lack of of regional corpora of rock art has led many archaeologists to believe that rock art interpretations are universal theories that can be facilely transposed from one location to another.
pairs could be facilely isolated and transferred to the semiconductor/adsorbate interface efficiently, therefore enhancing the photocatalytic activity.
Abstract A robust micro/nano-structured superhydrophobic surface was facilely prepared by applying composite coating consisting of epoxy resin and silica nanoparticles on glass substrates.
The artist's early-1980s works--straightforward depictions of drugstore purchases, Budweiser beer cans, a plastic My Little Pony figurine, and Robinson's personal friends, the artists Martin Wong and Mike Bidlo and critic Carlo McCormick--feature banal subjects facilely scumbled in acrylic paint and initially registered as an ironic wink to the viewer.
We live in a time in which Catholic theology is polarized by traditionalist and progressive sensibilities that both rather facilely valorize their own approach to theology as though it were exclusively authentic.
Why, I pondered, was Alice Dewey facilely reduced to "John Dewey's wife," despite her leadership at the Chicago Laboratory School and intellectual partnership with her husband?
She stood by the children of the world, the ones so facilely sacrificed.
But I feel the empirical material from the cremation volumes and other sources is assimilated a little too facilely into the Victorian ecumene without enough nuance about how, exactly, this happened.
One can facilely discern the function and goal of rhetoric by picturing the tangible effects of medicine.
At times, Turner draws his comparisons between the Benedictine and Dominican traditions too facilely.