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realizability

[‚rē·ə‚līz·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(control systems)
Property of a transfer function that can be realized by a network that has only resistances, capacitances, inductances, and ideal transformers.
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This encoding allows checking realizability of the collaboration diagrams for both synchronous communication and bounded asynchronous communication.
Since there are five unknowns in total, a degree of freedom exists, being helpful to achieve the circuit miniaturization as well as the element realizability.
The Argument of the Nonreductive Physicalist: The Argument from Multiple Realizability
Multiple realizability means that the property or state of certain objects in one domain can be realized by the properties or states of different sorts of objects in some other fields.
A key proposal of Marr's philosophy is the mutual independency of levels of analysis, in a similar way as required by the Multiple Realizability argument in Functionalism.
The Board indicated that responses to uncertainty and perceptions regarding realizability and volatility help to explain the differences between items included in earnings and those excluded from earnings but included in comprehensive income (para.
FASB's contemplated direction on this project has been described by some as leading to a major change in financial reporting, by moving from a focus on completion of the earnings process and realizability (with certain resulting deferred items being maintained on the balance sheet) to a model focused on valuing the balance sheet effects of a transaction first, with resulting revenue (expense) falling out of that.
Therefore, the problem of multiple realizability appears again.
The change in the design medium improves the loss characteristics of the filter, repeatability and realizability of printed circuit filters.
A Wittgensteinian view of words, and of the rules containing them, suggests that there is no such thing as traditional formal realizability, or in other words, that the traditional formalist conception of rules is wrong.
In light of the MS findings that managers set VA based on their DTA expectations and the extent that DTA will be realized, we examine whether event-window security returns are associated with revisions in investors' expectations about DTA realizability and future taxable income available to realize DTA.