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1, The optimal size of stabilization policy depends upon the coefficient of correlation between the policy and the original fluctuations in income.
2, Second, these new sources of instability complicate domestic stabilization policy and may make it less effective.
3, The stabilization of the currency overnight was a remarkable achievement.
4, For example, the Long-term programme of Economic Stabilization recommended that there should be a shift away from indirect taxation towards direct taxation.
5, We might get some stabilization benefits from getting wells in.
6, In civil engineering, slope stabilization is a important problem.
7, Most applications involve simultaneous stabilization on three orthogonal axes.
8, Monorail vehicles and ships use gyro verticals for stabilization.
9, It is possible to overstate the benefits of stabilization.
10, Furthermore, auto-ignition,[http://sentencedict.com/stabilization.html] propagation and stabilization of even non-premixed flames always involve partially-premixed combustion.
11, This paper studies its mechanism from stabilization, deformation and combined action.
12, Structure calculation: include the static, dynamical and flection stabilization computation of bridge' s superstructure and the substructure.
13, The traditional stabilization platform bases on secondary planet television incepting system fixed on car, uses mechatronics or photoelectronical inertial sensor component.
14, This paper deals with the stabilization of discrete linear switched delay systems based on multi-Lyapunov functions technique and provides a method for designing a state feedback controller.
15, Stabilization of emulsifier, hydrocolloid and salt on apple fruit juice milk was studied.
16, The Transpacific Stabilization Agreement bunker charge, a benchmark fuel surcharge imposed by shipping firms on sea freight, has risen from $455 per 40-foot equivalent unit in January 2007 to $1,130.
17, Pressure on exchange rates in late 1989 resulted in calls for currency stabilization on the part of the leading industrialized countries.
18, In both of these instances policy makers would have to take these developments into account in formulating and applying domestic stabilization policies.
19, Here we bring together a set of problems that may frustrate stabilization policy: lags, rational expectations, and political pressures.
20, These could include tapping the Federal Financing Bank or a $ 40 billion currency stabilization fund, though Rubin declined to elaborate.
21, High-level ministers have talked openly about increasing aid to agriculture and shifting economic policy from one of stabilization to one of growth.
22, Objective To evaluate the stability mechanical functions of the anterior spine instrumentation system combing prosthetic disc nucleus with flexible stabilization devices.
23, The results show that rare earth solid superacid catalysts have high catalyst activity and stabilization.
24, This area of study is central to the technology of inertial navigation and gyroscopic stabilization.
25, The coordinated market saving led by government is crucial to filling organizational vacuum of market, market stabilization, and resolving crisis.
26, The method compared with the method of rate gyro self stabilization.
27, The higher the concentration of the acid water, the higher the swelling ratio of samples and the longer the stabilization time.
28, This consecution that has ever made the China civilization keep a kind of stabilization in a period of time.
29, This research includes two parts:electrical source planning and power grid expanding planning. Reasonable grid is important to insure power system in safety and stabilization.
30, The early stage hydration of PC is divided into five periods, the pre-induction, induction, acceleratory , deceleration and stabilization periods.
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