target pattern


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target pattern

The flight path of aircraft during the attack phase. Also called attack pattern.
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Each trial pattern uses the corresponding target pattern for evolving towards stopovers that provide a better fitness value.
O'Brien, whose Chinese Whisper was a fine second in Sunday's Prix La Force, seems more willing than ever this season to target Pattern races in France.
Units use target pattern analysis to place the Raven on standby or in the air to investigate points of origin for mortar attacks.
The Project SEEL team created simple decodable texts, with predictable elements, that were based on the enactment to provide the children with additional opportunities to read words that exemplified a target pattern.
In each test the target pattern and its derived distractor were displayed side-by-side in the centre of the screen.
Remote Office Data Protection - Offers a destination target pattern masking capability that automatically organizes data and simplifies restores from NetVault: Backup tapes directly to the source machine to provide centralized backup of branch or remote offices.
The first step in developing the computerized materials for Project SELL was identifying key words that illustrate a particular target pattern.
Six shootable sides feature highly visible target patterns, four consisting of one large target zone surrounded by four smaller zones, the remaining two boasting twelve smaller target zones.
The Washington Post had reported recently that the CIA is planning to expand its drone targeting program over Yemen beyond targeted 'personality' strikes to include 'signature strikes' that target patterns of suspicious behavior by terrorism suspects.
The diachronic claims made in Chapter 7 could have been backed up with an even greater number of source- and target patterns from a small number of single languages, which would have meant a divergence from the presentational approach adhered to throughout previous chapters, i.