decision mechanism

decision mechanism

[di′sizh·ən ‚mek·ə‚niz·əm]
(computer science)
In character recognition, that component part of a character reader which accepts the finalized version of the input character and makes an assessment as to its most probable identity.
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It's important, he said, for a common decision mechanism to be put in place as regards natural gas where Turkish Cypriots would be recognised as an interested party.
The main achievement is the creation of the category of the Commonwealth to the Pacific Alliance and the decision mechanism to negotiate as a bloc, agreements on economic and trade matters with third States.
The possibility to enter into the decision mechanism of EFSA is a unique opportunity to increase visibility of alternative methods and improve their implementation.
A Decision mechanism module coordinates operation of the other three modules.
No other area of health care has taken the time to collect the data that we have, data that drives the decision mechanism this system provides.
Information from the perceptual mechanism is passed through to the decision mechanism, which decides the appropriate action.
Our main contributions are as follows: Firstly, based on the statistical investigation of the correlation between some popular network data types and their segment compression ratios, the compression decision mechanism is introduced to determine which data block can be compressed.
But weakness in decision mechanism was one of the biggest problems in the EU, Schmid said.
The incompetent decision mechanism is eliminated, because the question is no longer, "Who was at fault?
In this paper we have demonstrated how the decision mechanism in the honeybee foraging process could be used in a thread pooled server to self-manage its performance.
Moreover, the proposal sets out the possibility of suspending' the system: in the event of inundation in a member state, like in Malta and Cyprus, applicant transfers could be suspended through a decision mechanism between the Commission and the member states (comitology).
Beyond the cognitive abilities implied by the theory's decision mechanism (see below), the theory implies that a searcher can accurately identify and update the PDF(s) that describe(s) market knowledge.