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realizability

[‚rē·ə‚līz·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(control systems)
Property of a transfer function that can be realized by a network that has only resistances, capacitances, inductances, and ideal transformers.
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Though both papers provide the necessary and sufficient realizability conditions for low-order bilinear systems and suggest a few realizable subclasses together with the corresponding state equations for the arbitrary-order bilinear systems, there is no formal similarity in the realizability conditions for the discrete- and continuous-time cases.
And third, we reason about the executability of a service instance and the realizability of a web service by inferring the satisfiability of service precondition under user's context.
Choreography specification, correctness, realizability and implementation are crucial issues in Service Oriented Computing.
tax credit for research and experimentation expenses; a $41 million tax benefit to reflect a deferred tax asset associated with a non-taxable Medicare subsidy; and a $10 million valuation allowance due to a change in judgment about the realizability of U.
This debate is commonly assumed to hinge on whether there are high level, special science properties that are distinct from low level physical properties and whether the alleged multiple realizability of high level properties establishes this.
tax law, research credits cannot reduce the regular income tax below the tentative minimum tax, possibly jeopardizing the realizability of research credit carryforwards.
Harbecke rejects Nagel's reductionism as a solution, not because Nagel's model of reductionism is wrong, but because multiple realizability shows that according to Nagel's model, no reduction is successful (118).
0 million expense associated with an increase in the Company's liability to its selling and converting shareholders resulting from changes in the realizability of its related deferred tax asset.
When reductivists are confronted with the so-called variable realizability of, say, pain in different species (real or imagined), they have sometimes responded by arguing for domain-specific reductions, involving multiple narrower conceptions of pain.
Holden's book is a model of its kind; it brings to life two controversies that are still with us, albeit in other guises: the limits of reducibility in scientific explanation and the realizability or otherwise of an infinite set of actual individuals.
Subsequently, the Company has reassessed, under the guidelines of the applicable accounting standards, the more likely than not realizability of its deferred tax assets and has concluded that recording a valuation allowance on the Company's deferred tax assets is required.
1 million of expense associated with an increase in the Company's liability to its selling and converting shareholders resulting from changes in the realizability of its related deferred tax asset.