realizability


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realizability

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realisability

n
the ability of something to be realized
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The settings of the SST (Menter) k-omega model, especially the values of the "a1" coefficient and the "Realizability" coefficient, were critical to obtain a well-converged primary flow solution.
Theorem 4 implies a characterization of realizability for a subclass of tree degree sequences.
Prior to the new law, NOLs expired after 20 years, which could affect their realizability, but NOLs were also generally eligible for a two-year carryback and could normally be used to fully offset taxable income.
The company added the ranges for the company's preliminary results for its fourth quarter of fiscal 2018 do not include a potential discrete non-cash tax benefit associated with the realizability of certain deferred tax assets, which is still under review.
In this project, Higher Order Logic shall be combined with Realizability, a fundamental technique for program extraction.
It has turned out to be useful to establish realizability conditions [12], where the dimension of the realization may also be lower or higher than the order of the i/o equation.
The release of the valuation allowance during the three months ended June 30, 2018 is the result of management's determination regarding the realizability of the deferred tax asset attributable in large part due to having had seven consecutive quarters of earnings and substantially improved asset quality since the valuation allowance was established during the three months ended September 30, 2016.
For example, the expanded restrictions on interest deductibility in Section 163(j) may result in indefinite-lived deferred tax assets for interest expense carryforwards that will need to be assessed for realizability. Similarly, NOLs generated after 2017 will have an indefinite life with no carryback availability, which will impact the sources of taxable income that may be available to realize the associated deferred tax assets recorded in the financial statements.
First, nonreductionists argue that the multiple realizability of moral properties defeats reductionism.
The model chosen was the standard ks-model with a realizability factor denoted as the Durbin Scale Limiter.
deferred tax assets and liabilities, and reassessing the net realizability of our deferred tax assets and liabilities.