entry condition

entry condition

[′en·trē kən‚dish·ən]
(computer science)
A requirement that must be met before a program or routine can be entered by a computer program. Also known as initial condition.
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Note that the government's budget constraint coupled with the feasibility condition implies that the free entry condition (stage II) is satisfied.
The ECB had given Cyprus until Monday to fill a hole in national accounts worth up to six billion euros -- the entry condition for securing bailout loans.
On the other hand, the free entry condition in Equation (13) is upward sloping; [ds.
The authors first derive entry condition with high discount factor [delta] [greater than or equal to] 9/17.
The free entry condition links the price of equity (the value of products) with marginal cost and markups, and hence with inflation dynamics.
Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry John McVeigh said the Department led negotiations with Victoria on a new entry condition for Queensland produce.
And where ponies graze shared commons, Commoners' Associations must agree to comply with environmental directives, a sometimes unattainable entry condition.
Option (iv) maintains the budget deficit criterion as an entry condition.
According to in-group sources, the entry condition of the growth enterprise market is possibly between 30 to 100 thousand USD, but more analysts tend to the comprehensive evaluations, including the comprehensive strengths of the investors and operation experiences.
Barnett said: "It used to be an entry condition about 20 years ago that if a horse was placed it would get a run.
The AFLS software is used for flight profiling activities in addition to allocation management, entry conditions and restrictions.
Event organisers are also keen to remind festival goers of a number of entry conditions to ensure everybody has a safe and enjoyable festival, which includes no alcohol being allowed and that responsible dog owners are welcome as long as dogs are kept on leads, out of tents and people clean up after their dog.