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resolve

To look up an address. For example, "to resolve a name" means to look up the corresponding address for that name. The phrase "external references in the program were resolved" means that tables were searched, and all references to routines outside of the program were given valid addresses. See address resolution and name resolution.
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Beyond resolution-planning requirements, the orderly liquidation authority provided to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) by Title II of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 increases the resolvability of financial firms.
This alternate possibility is occluded when talk of resolvability is left ambiguous.
facilitate the resolvability of unstable financial markets by committing
Oellermann, "Resolvability in graphs and the metric dimension of a graph," Discrete Applied Mathematics, vol.
The EU, on one hand, faces certain impediments in the resolvability of SIFIs due to the corporate organization of its financial entities.
Zhang, "Conditional resolvability: a survey," International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, vol.
Recognition of such an opportunity by an employee means not only the opportunity's mere appreciation and apprehension (i.e., detection); it also comprises some preliminary understanding of underlying causes and consequences (i.e., diagnosis and definition) as well as a provisional appraisal of the actual feasibility of improving the status quo by means of organizational change (i.e., determination of resolvability).
However, in addition to ongoing phase II and phase III clinical trials, major concerns surrounding cationic peptides such as stability, toxicity, immunogenity, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters and antimicrobial activity will prove resolvability and they have to be formulated properly to develop into a drug form.
For each selected receiver array, we set an area of interest (the stimulated area) where we test the theoretical assessment of the full-moment-tensor resolvability. Surface and near-surface arrays have all the expected events below the arrays, unlike the deeper borehole arrays which are intentionally installed closer to the stimulated part of the reservoir and events occur at similar depths as the depths of receivers.
By considering this problem, they introduced the new concept of channel resolvability, which later played an important role in a completely different topic.
(85) For example, Wells Fargo was tasked with redesigning its LER criteria because the previous criteria prioritized business-as-usual concerns, such as tax advantages and regulatory arbitrage, over resolvability considerations.