This happy facility, variously called conversion or function shift
, endows our vocabulary with vitality, power, and a prolific source of new words.
The design and function shift
also allows the sensor to operate at higher temperatures than the outgoing system.
This function shift
has occurred because of the pressing need to squeeze profits from every available source.
[Delta] [equivalent to] social benefit function shift
The easy-to-use slide function shifts
the 1,536 well plate in order to have access to all four quadrants with a 384-channel pipetting head.
If their function shifts
to carbon storage, logging is likely to shift back to native forests.
Much is known about the impacts of distribution function shifts
on expected values and on optimal choices.
Toniolo is the only one which presents an empirical growth model which explicitly estimates the portions of GDP per capita growth due to pure-Solow production function shifts
, scale economies, market-power shifts, and varying utilization of inputs.
This rhetoric paralleled the changing demographics; as more adolescents entered high school, its function shifted
from that of an elite institution to that of an institution for the socialization of the great majority of American youth.
Consequently, the reduced-form illegal harvesting function shifts
only as a result of direct effects, that is to say, changes in the parameters, a, b, Q, and T, and not through changes in E.