recomputation


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recomputation

(ˌriːkɒmpjʊˈteɪʃən)
n
a new or different computation
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40% in this experiment), it starts to require more average execution time than the conservative strategy because of its extra recomputation operations for compensation tuples.
shall be limited to the amount of any deficiency resulting under this code from recomputation of the taxpayer's income for the taxable year after giving effect only to the item or items reflected in the adjustment.
With the IPCC recomputation, Australia's GHG profile will go up by 22 million tonnes year, which mainly comes from the upward revision of the impact of methane by about 20 per cent.
Lee, Pitfalls of the New Massachusetts Alimony Law: Recomputation and Alimony Fixed as Child Support, Mass.
Based on results for the full sample, we use an ARIMA(1,1,2), with parameters re-estimated by maximum likelihood methods before each recomputation of the trend.
Still, the recomputation of the centroid is not so costly as in the case of k-means algorithm due to the filling factor parameter.
The recomputation does not even necessarily be overhead; for [MR.
1938) ("The filing of the recomputation pursuant to the order of the Board of February 27, 1935, and the submission of the cases thereon to the Board for final decision was a rehearing within the meaning of sections 274 (e) and 272 (e) of the Revenue Acts of 1926 and 1928.
Frequent SPF recomputation leads to delays in forwarding and packet dropping on routers.
7) Although interest accrues daily, for administrative convenience, the Service instructs taxpayers to claim the deduction only annually when the estate tax installments are due; each claim for deduction requires recomputation of the tax, the interest, and the installment payments.
3) In any case, the idea is to keep track of which actor invocations were successful and to avoid costly recomputation of these steps when resuming the workflow after a failure.