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Parallel object-oriented language. "Message Pattern Specifications: A New Technique for Handling Errors in Parallel Object- Oriented Systems", J.A. Purchase et al, SIGPLAN Notices 25(10):116-125 (OOPSLA/ECOOP '90) (Oct 1990).
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The two years old dispute between Dr Amjad Hussain and Zaheen Khan hailing from Shahokhel area was solved in front of the DPO.
Solved problems must be documented--preferably with pictures.
Non-deterministic problems are typically solved through brainstorming: people gather together, throw out ideas, and hope something comes out.
In the beginning of the lesson, the students were asked to solve mentally several quadratic equations that could be solved by a simple factoring or direct extraction of a square root.
He added that of the 75 additional crimes that have been solved to date, the majority have been burglaries.
Program managers, engineers, and logisticians wrestle with many challenges, technical and programmatic, that have already been solved by others who would be willing to share their solutions--if asked.
Once you have determined that you have an I/O bottleneck that needs to be solved, you need to decide on the best approach.
Satisfiability problems (see box) that involve expressions with only two variables in each clause (termed 2-SAT) can be solved in what is called polynomial time.
If a counselor witnesses an altercation between two campers, present this and request feedback from the entire group on the success of how the campers solved the problem.
The sergeant solved problems and developed partnerships in the business district.
1) Has work tasks and goals that are clear and accepted 2) Members carefully listen to one another 3) Disagreements solved creatively 4) Members are comfortable with self-criticism and mutual feedback 5) Members express feelings as well as ideas 6) Leader does not dominate 7) Members have a sense of loyalty to one another 8) Priority given to interest/ commitment/availability to serve 9) Sense of direction and growth