S-curve


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S-curve

(ˈɛsˌkɜrv)

n.
a curve, esp. in a road, shaped like an S.
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On this occasion, the Deputy Prime Minister invites Canada to consider expanding investment in EEC areas in the targeted industries (S-Curve and New S-Curve), which are Thailand's potential industries.
"Then you go through a little soft turn, and then into an S-curve or a chicane turn down Elm Park, and then another quick right turn onto Grace, and that's all downhill.
This tricycle rider parked at an s-curve junction called Blue Lagoon, which is a busy stretch of the road that joins the communities to the Winneba road.
The device sports an S-Curve design which is said to accommodate larger components ports near the back.
True to its commitment to speed and endurance, each device is sleekly designed with a unique S-curve pattern in a gradient finish inspired by a Le-Mans Speedway Racetrack-a nod to the world's oldest active sports car race held in France.
When drawn toward the user the raised slope, or top of the S-curve, tends to dig into the subject rather than slide over it.
But then it always takes time to ramp up any production system, and it's difficult to predict the shape of that S-curve. So we feel confident in saying there will be production volume of Model Y by the end of next year.
Beyond recording the beauty and mystery of a little-known land, Sweet shares creative and technical photography tips: how simplifying an image can enhance its magic; how the colors of the landscape "pop" when shot against a cloudy, white sky; how "swiping" an image (moving the camera during a long exposure) can produce interesting painterly effects; and how the flowing grace of an S-curve can lure viewers into a photo.
Based on the international best practices in the sector it is recommended to improve the pricing models adopted in the Sale Purchase Agreements (SPA) through alternate pricing arrangements- the S-Curve Model, introduction of price ceiling and floor in the contract price which will safeguard the interest of both the seller and the procurer of LNG.
China is very strong in various industries that Thailand identifies as targeted industries, especially S-Curve industries such digital and software development; high value-added products from natural rubber; electric vehicles and automotive parts; machinery and parts; automation and robotics; telecommunication products and parts; biotechnology; electronics and parts; and the manufacture and repair of aerospace technologies.
'What they needed were ways to find and predict where growth can come from using analytics, map out revisions in their business model, understand when to jump to the next S-Curve and execute an innovation program,' Ajero told the BusinessMirror in a recent e-mail interview.
If two curves are present, it is known as an S-curve. And if three curves are present, it is known as a double S-curve (Figures 1A-1C).