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BFO

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BFO is supposed to make governments think more like citizens in terms of focusing on services that matter and talking about them in language that makes sense to most people.
The examples of such systems are found in the perovskite oxides like YMnO3, BiMnO3 and BiFeO3 (BFO).
The bacterial foraging optimization (BFO) method [49], a relatively new swarm-intelligence algorithm, mimics the cooperative foraging behavior of several bacteria on a multidimensional continuous search space and, therefore, effectively balances exploration and exploitation events.
The thresholding performance of the JA algorithm is then tested against other heuristic/evolutionary approaches, such as FA, TLBO, PSO, BFO, and BA and the convergence of this optimization search for Th = 2 (axial view Flair MRI) is presented in Figure 6.
[6] (BFO theory) who dismiss the perpetuity considered by Modigliani and Miller [5] and take the finite lifetime of companies to estimate their market values.
College Boreal and the Beef Farmers of Ontario (BFO) used a little prodding to sway members of Kashechewan First Nation to consider a future in agriculture.
The paper focus majorly on three categories of biologically inspired clustering approaches namely, Swarm Intelligence Clustering, Bacterial Foraging Optimization (BFO) Algorithms [123], and Enhanced BFO [124].
This article adds to understanding about how multiple disadvantage impacts upon service delivery and outcomes in a 'life-first' employment program --the Building Family Opportunities (BFO) program.
Compared with other intelligent optimization algorithms, bacterial foraging optimization algorithm (BFO) has a group of intelligence and can carry out parallel search.