recomputation


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recomputation

(ˌriːkɒmpjʊˈteɪʃən)
n
a new or different computation
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The Justice secretary and the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) are doing the recomputation of the inmates' GCTA.
Pajaro and Aben filed an urgent motion to reopen the case for the recomputation of penalties on September 17, 2018.
It is clear that 6 bytes of intermediate are active in the decryption of 17th round in backward direction for Piccolo-80 of recomputation and all bytes are active of 16th round.
These adjustments may require a recomputation of adjusted gross income.
However, the existing two classes of methods have the problems of long processing time, high memory consumption and low detection throughput due to having too many event reorderings and recomputation operations, which influence the whole processing efficiency.
Recomputation: recompute [SIGMA] and [mu] in Equation (12), as well as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Assuming no other items are required to be considered in the recomputation of Florida tax, the taxpayer would be required to file an amended FCIT return and pay an additional $5,50011 of FCIT, plus interest.
This recomputation did not result in any additional tax assessment for 1945, but it reduced the NOL carryback available for 1946.
A recomputation of the SST biases, after removing the mean global SST (figure not shown), indicates that the difference between ESMv1 and CFSv2 is mainly reflected in the mean, and the spatial patterns of both ESMv1 and CFSv2 are nearly the same, with a significantly high pattern correlation (r = 0.9), implying that the large-scale features in both the models remains the same.
The rationale of using expression (5) is that it produces a good balance between energy and distance, though at the cost of the potential recomputation of the probabilities immediately after each query packet is received, since the sum of the probabilities for all neighbors must be equal to one.