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A description of a search algorithm that is guaranteed to find a minimal solution path before any other solution paths, if a solution exists. An example of an admissible search algorithm is A* search.
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Accordingly, we clarify the legal position on the subject on the admissibility of the electronic evidence, especially by a party who is not in possession of device from which the document is produced.
Montgomery requested judge Emma Arbuthnot to check the documents submitted by the Government of India for admissibility.
Compact admissibility and D-admissibility conditions for the nominal descriptor system, which can be directly expressed by one strict linear matrix inequality (LMI), are first proposed.
The parameters of admissibility in the rules were factors like being an issue of great public importance, relating to one definite issue and being a matter of recent occurrence, he said.
The Tribunal has now entered its deliberations after concluding the hearings on jurisdiction and admissibility of the Philippines memorial seeking to invalidate China's nine-dash line and question the status of certain maritime features in the South China Sea.
The Arbitral Tribunal will also consider other matters concerning its jurisdiction and the admissibility of the Philippines' claims.
Another key dispute related to the admissibility of call record data held by various telephone service providers.
4) The Barabin court recognized the necessity of finding harmful error before a mistake in ruling on admissibility is deemed to require reversal, (5) and it implicitly acknowledged that reversal would be unnecessary if the record demonstrated that the expert testimony was in fact admissible.
Although the Pre-Trial Chamber's Senussi decision's analysis of Article 17 began by distinguishing between unwillingness and inability, the Pre-Trial Chamber concluded that "the two limbs of the admissibility test, while distinct, are nonetheless intimately and inextricably linked," and that evidence relevant to each limb may overlap.
702 Tightens the Rules for Admissibility of Expert Witness Testimony" (Sept/Oct) on Florida's statutory adoption of the Daubert test for admitting scientific or expert opinion, Florida courts abandoned the Frye "general acceptance" inquiry no later than 1968.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The majority of the Iraqi people see that Iyad Allawi is the right man for this job, and he is the only one who has the admissibility of all components of the country and even abroad.
BRUSSELS, May 16 (KUNA) -- The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Friday announced it has scheduled a hearing next Wednesday, 21 May, to deliver judgment on admissibility of a case against Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, son of late Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi.