blending problem

blending problem

[′blen·diŋ ‚präb·ləm]
(industrial engineering)
A linear programming problem in which it is required to find the least costly mix of ingredients which yields the desired product characteristics.
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This paper extends our previous work [1] where we proposed a linear programming guided hybrid evolutionary algorithm to address the wheat blending problem. The proposed algorithm is hybridized with an evolutionary algorithm, a heuristic algorithm, and a linear programming algorithm.
Section 2 introduces the blending problem in detail.
We hope that the information presented in this article is considered in order to address the sound blending problem in the new edition.
In the second step, a blending problem is assigned for homework.
The final exam in the course included a blending problem and a set covering problem.
It looks like a blending problem. Okay..so what we are going to have is..
Mutilingual Natural Language Processing Applications: From Theory to Practice is the first single-source guide to building accurate multilingual NLP systems, and is edited by two leading experts who offer discussions and real-world solutions to blending problems. It covers this core concepts of modern multilingual natural language processing, considers its special challenges and translation methods and issues, and offers new contributions from leading IBM researchers.
The first and best way to avoid blending problems is to choose the right gravimetric blender for the application.
More specifically, preblending PVC with TPU monomers with which it is miscible and the subsequent polymerization of high molecular weight TPU in situ with PVC under a set of processing conditions benign to PVC overcomes the previously mentioned melt blending problems. Several other advantages that such a reactive blending technique might offer include reduced costs and a means of controlling final blend morphology.
HCS is a one-stop location for solving ink dispensing and color blending problems. We have more than 25 years experience in the ink manufacturing and commercial printing industries.
One of the problems where students typically forgot how to deal with the situation was the blending problems. Thus, this strategy grew out of the need to serve students who had forgotten about how to deal with this kind of problem.
Increased awareness of inversion of phase continuity will give processors a better understanding of blending problems and how these problems can be solved.