calculational

calculational

(ˌkælkjʊˈleɪʃənəl)
adj
relating to calculation
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In their view, the regression theorem "is not an explanation for the origin of all monies or all media of exchange" and does not apply "once a calculational framework in terms of money prices is established.
Note that the cyclicity estimation (TS) is based on relative age differences (age spans), the ages are calculational and should not be taken as exact absolute ages Section AUR Alt R Alt S HDR L Age R Age S 1a 3.
However, the concept of entanglement leads to some very troubling implications including not only the eerie aspect of nonlocality, but also what is considered "real" or merely a convenient calculational tool.
These distinctions-as-experiences turn out to be the canonical "natural" foundation, in which QT as a predictive calculational theory is embedded: we call this paradigm the "Quantum Paradigm" (QP).
Rather than asking how acceleration is experienced and expressed on a societal level, he asks how machine-based calculational principles are changing temporality.
One may begin with the latest results from quantum theory and its calculational methodology (Simonyi 2012).
Where physical notes from one bank or another may fit equally well in a wallet (and both of which might even be dollars), holding multiple cryptocurrencies involves the technical inconvenience of operating on multiple disjunct protocols, plus the additional calculational inconvenience that the currencies float against one another in value.
The sizes of the calculational matrices are determined by the number of cubes.
To that end, the second part of the regression theorem only explains the genesis of a new money where none existed before It explicates how a barter economy--where all economic calculation is conducted ordinally--becomes a monetary economy in which calculation is performed cardinally It should not be interpreted to mean that once a calculational framework in terms of money prices is established, that all future media of exchange (or monies) within that economy must arise from having a prior non-monetary use.
And yet, when such collisions produce hundreds of outgoing particles, calculational complexity is insurmountable.
Natarajan presents this text on the state of knowledge in modern atomic physics, written with an eye toward making high-level physics papers accessible to students and keeping both the philosophical and calculational angles in view.
The calculational process of the similarity measures between A and B is shown as follows: