effective reinforcement

effective reinforcement

That reinforcement which is assumed to be active in resisting applied stresses.
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According to Liu Jianwei, a senior statistician at China's National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), housing inflation that picked up in the last quarter will taper off with quick and effective reinforcement of tightening measures issued over the past three years.
This includes having a clear picture of desired outcomes, understanding audience motivation, selecting the right training content and delivery methods, and ensuring long-term success through an effective reinforcement campaign.
The highly aggregated structure of the carbon black allows excellent polymer penetration at low concentrations, which makes it an effective reinforcement.
While he said his clients are doing both asset allocation and rebalancing, BetaVest is an effective reinforcement tool for what they're already doing.
Exercises tailored for the Dutch provided effective reinforcement for the material covered in class.
The strong relationship to the outdoors, both visual and physical, provides the most effective reinforcement for remaining cognizant of the time of day, the season and the location of each space relative to other parts of the facility.
But the eight features were generally seen as a package, each requiring the others for effective reinforcement.
The three major components of GPS, software-as-a-service, configuration-as-a-service(TM), and integration-as-a-service(TM), offer the on-demand CRM industry's fastest, most customized deployment, including enhanced accuracy in measuring sales activities, and more effective reinforcement of branded or proprietary sales methodologies.
These blended learning solutions offer training alternatives, effective reinforcement, and access to Richardson's proven performance development content in sales, sales management, strategy, negotiations, sales presentations, prospecting, and service training.
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