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A procedurally fair process will reduce the likelihood that an employee will resort to outside whistleblowing, because the employee will feel heard and respected.
The law's effectiveness may be hampered by the fact that it is procedurally heavy.
On the other hand, a firm may face substantial liability if it cannot demonstrate that its advisors, brokers or agents were procedurally prudent.
The planets and their star systems are generated procedurally, meaning they were built by an all-controlling algorithm rather than individually hand-coded.
The game's procedurally generated universe means all stars, lifeforms, planets and enemies (whenever you come across them) are created through a process using algorithms and random number generation.
The article shows that the draft CDC recommendations are not medically correct, ethically sound, legally permissible, or procedurally valid.
The three discrete test trials, spaced a week apart, were controlled and procedurally randomized.
Bossa says that everything in the trailer above is procedurally generated, and that future content will have more thought to level design and the environments will be more detailed.
The Israeli demands for a construction licence are punitive financially and procedurally," said Hamouri.
Whether it's BUD's charming, procedurally generated animation, the awesome structure of the Star Plant players create or the beautiful landscapes, there is a peaceful, innocent vibe about Grow Home that makes the game utterly unique," says Pete Young, producer, Reflections, a Ubisoft studio.
The creative and building aspects of Minecraft allow players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D procedurally generated world.
This supplement will give the Supreme Court an opportunity to address whether the venue provisions of the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) can be procedurally applied in state court proceedings, an issue that has been debated amongst legal scholars for years but has yet to be decided by the nation's highest court.