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tr.v. re·nor·mal·ized, re·nor·mal·iz·ing, re·nor·mal·iz·es
To bring into a normal or more normal state once again.

re·nor′mal·i·za′tion (-mə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.


(ˌriːnɔːməlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or


formal the action or process of normalizing or causing to conform to a norm or normal state again
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Total price-adjusted costs are renormalized (at the setting and year level) so that total price-adjusted costs are equal to total unadjusted expenditures each year.
If the decision proves to be durable, and establishes a renormalized understanding of Article II's minimum level of presidential oversight authority over independent federal agencies with significant policymaking authority, the constitutional status of partisan balance requirements, when combined with good cause removal limitations, appears highly questionable.
The turbulence model is solved by Renormalized group (RNG) model, for the properties of the fluid, water characteristics at 20 [degrees] C of defined fluids in the software was chosen that the density of water is 1000 kg per cubic meter and its viscosity is 0.
The method of resin application was renormalized by the equipment substitution, which also generated input savings.
86) Thus, the models either literally force a linear price through the origin as in Figure 4A, or rescale the axis-axis so that is true in renormalized "quantity space.
There is no hope of predicting elementary masses from renormalized quantum field theory as the very process of renormalization itself forever hides any physical mass-generating mechanism; the renormalized masses are taken as the experimentally measured values, i.
The compressible form of the renormalized group (RNG) k - [epsilon] model was chosen for its simplicity, relative low computational cost, and also because it has been shown to have a large range of applicability.
The renormalized cross sections were used in the NBS (now NIST) databases [28, 29, 13] up until 1986 when the reviews by Saloman and Hubbell [30, 31] indicated that, on the whole, agreement with experiment is better if the renormalization is not done.
Thus far, no country has emerged from the application of these new and unconventional techniques and renormalized its policy operations.
They include a duality for the double fibration transform, K-theories for classes of infinite rank bundles, a C*-algebra approach to the index theory of boundary value problems, renormalized integrals and a path integral formula for the heat kernel on the manifold, and ill-posedness examples for the quasi-geostrophic and the Euler equations.