The programs are typically nonterminating
, that is, they describe what the robot should do indefinitely.
Given the nature of the system under study, a nonterminating
simulation better reflects the conditions typically encountered in a retail setting where stores remain open for long periods of time, customers continuously visit stores, shelves are replenished on a regular basis and OOS conditions may occur at any time.
Furthermore, in this connection it is worth mentioning that thermodynamical viscous/heat coupling factors have nonterminating
possibility due to dissipative gravitational collapse; this framework gives the momentous foundation in the modeling of relativistic Structures.
Finally, Gosper's nonterminating
series identity (1) follows in view of the Carlson theorem (cf.
CGRP-labeled fibers along blood vessels.
In examining our first principles--and thus the philosophical theses that hinge upon them--we accordingly embark on a cyclic (and thus in theory nonterminating
) process of elaboration and reformulation.
Note that our definition of dimension can readily be generalized to nonterminating
party can credibly threaten legal action in response to
Intensional logic allows us to use logic programming to specify nonterminating
computations and to capture the dynamic aspects of certain problems in a natural and problem-oriented style.
The AF ECGs were classified in three groups: nonterminating
AF (N), terminating AF (S), and terminating immediately AF (T).
Single-payer would efficiently provide for all Americans--regardless of age, health condition, income, or employment status--universal health care that is portable, affordable, equitable, nonterminating
, publicly accountable, and funded through progressive taxation, which for the average family would imply a small additional payroll tax that is much less than its current annual outlay for health insurance premiums.
Alkoxy radicals can result from hydroperoxide decomposition or can escape from the cage in nonterminating
bimolecular combinations of peroxy radicals (13).