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An important and practical problem is how to choose a routing in the network such that intermediate nodes to ensure communication are small for any faultset.


The critical values obtained make it possible to solve the important practical problem of improving the process of mixture separation by the isoelectric focusing method.


These mechanisms are tested on the wellknown practical problem of minimizing total weighted flow time on unrelated parallel machines.


We then develop a model for this practical problem to study the conflicting objectives of delivering customized orders quickly and maximizing expected profit.


Solution to a practical problem with visible image marking is presented, together with experimental results and discussion.


This paper deals with a practical problem of discovering these prices and the extent to which tariff rates approximate the actual freight charges.


A practical problem is that at medium to low support values often a large number of frequent itemsets and an even larger number of association rules are found in a database.


We are then faced with the following important practical problem:


This paper presents a general framework for practical problem solving with emphasis on this aspect.


For practical problem sizes, it seems to be impossible to directly solve the model within a reasonable amount of time.


The statistical test procedure is of interest in its own right, and is independent of the practical problem considered.


An application of stability analysis by the energy method is made to a practical problem of unsteady viscous flow solved numerically by Fromm.


A method of numerical realization also developed herein is applied to a difficult practical problem.


The paper proposes the use of certain rational sequences apparently well qualified for computation and the practical problem.


Resolution of twoway data: theoretical background and practical problemsolving


This rapid clearance of injected IgG, of certain subclasses, represents a practical problem for many experiments in which antibodies are used for diagnosis or therapy, and several methods of circumventing the problem are discussed.


The preliminary complexity computations show that the new methods are at least five times faster than a previously proposed technique for practical problem sizes.


Part of the blame may rest in the practical problem associated with getting reliable measurements of longer endurance times when power settings are not much above the critical power.


However, by adjusting the incremental slope of ramp exercises, exhaustion brought about by high power and in a reasonably short time can be ensured, so avoiding this practical problem.


An example of our techniques is given using a practical problem concerning link protocols.

