adaptation level

adaptation level

[‚a‚dap′tā·shən ‚lev·əl]
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Compared to our original setting, we choose a lower (respectively, higher) adaptation effectiveness (AE) such that the same adaptation costs will result in a 50% lower (respectively, higher) adaptation level (fraction of gross damage reduced).
Dr Naeem Shehzad of the National University of Science and Technology in his paper said Pakistan being the seventh country most susceptible and vulnerable in disaster prone global index should realise that it had acted fast in adaptation level of preparations and management of these hazards.
The present exercise is meant to judge the adaptation level of the said SOPs by the field staff of the Revenue Department in the entire province.
The exercise is meant to assess the adaptation level of the said SOPs by the field staff of the revenue department in the entire province.
In this sense, it may be supposed that companies with a higher complexity adaptation level would be able to identify opportunities and threats in international markets with greater ease.
Therefore, H1 was partially supported with the result that host face-to-face as well as social media, but not other online communication forms, were positively related to participants' sociocultural adaptation level.
a is the global adaptation level; it represents the intensity required to generate a response that is one-half the amplitude of [R.sub.max].
Hardware Adaptation Level. HW adaptation uses configurations from the set S3.
(17) These differences in the adaptation level as a function of the location could be related to the quality of acquisition and processing of the digital data, and the diameter and shape of the milling instruments, as discussed below.
A key component of the analysis is what is referred to as "adaptation level." We judge what is happening to us now in relation to what has happened to us in the past.
To determine the most effective illuminance levels you have to consider many more parameters, such as the age and visual acuity of viewers, the size and contrast of the task, the visual surround, the observer's adaptation level, the position in space that the light sources have with the viewer and task, and the subtractive effect of direct and indirect glare from the light sources.

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