calculational

calculational

(ˌkælkjʊˈleɪʃənəl)
adj
relating to calculation
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Compared with SLM algorithm, both the calculational complexity and SI of AST-SLM is significantly reduced.
318), the regression theorem merely "explicates how a barter economy--where all economic calculation is conducted ordinally--becomes a monetary economy in which calculation is performed cardinally." 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." As such, they maintain that bitcoin poses no threat to the validity of the regression theorem.
Table 1: A comparison on the calculational burdensome of various methods applying different indices.
Since the expression of the transformation matrix depends on the specific coordinate system, the process of calculational parameters in the elliptical cylinder UPML can be described as follows.
The calculational conditions and grid are given in Figure 1, where a represents the angle of attack.
Then (Section 2.4), the radiative transfer method and the calculational procedure for obtaining gamma-ray emission are briefly described.
Loop diagrams in QFT are calculational devices representing processes in which there is a return to--a touching of--the self.
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).
We are apparently forced to choose between: "(a) a dualism in which men as scientific objects are contrasted with the 'minds' which are the source and principle of their existence as persons; (b) abandoning the reality of persons as well as manifest physical objects in favor of the exclusive reality of scientific objects; (c) returning once and for all to the thesis of the merely 'calculational' or 'auxiliary' status of theoretical frameworks and to the affirmation of the primacy of the manifest image" (38-9).
This approach presents some calculational advantages; for instance, it is evident that, treating H and [phi] as the dynamical fields, the above equations of motion are second-order; choosing a(t) as the dynamical variable leads to third-order equations; also, the dynamic of the scale factor is simply given by a = exp[[integral] Hdt], provided one can solve for H(t).