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The robot brain is completely analyzable, or it could not be constructed.
Produce only analyzable chemicals, so that each substance can be traced to parts per billion.
They explain this problem by saying that the shared traits are too deeply buried to be analyzable.
I don't believe that phenomenal consciousness is analyzable as a relation between two mental states, the one about the other.
The questionnaires have to be transformed to analyzable data and a large number of personnel are needed throughout the procedure.
"I see that what I was listening to as a nice piece of music develops in particular and analyzable ways," she said.
Its mathematical structure must fit the process of coding units into a system of analyzable terms.
Data sets are reliable when the process used to create them are reproducible and analyzable for defects.
Currently there is a limited but rapidly growing number of signaling proteins for which antibodies exist that give an analyzable signal.
He looked upon the heart, not as a mystical seat of the spirit and faculties, but as a pump analyzable along mechanical lines.
These phenomena are not precisely analyzable.
Mental traits, however, do not seem analyzable into the fixed unit-characters prescribed by the Mendelian laws of inheritance.
Researchers observed an 80 percent rate of success in patients, and a 95 percent success in analyzable patients.
Both their nuclei exhibit analyzable polytene chromosomes.
In many cases, it expanded upon his idea that language has an analyzable structure, composed of parts that can be defined in relation to others.
That was a form of mockery, a reminder that something meant to be escapist is instantly dated and analyzable as history.
The total length of the synaptonemal complexes in the 28 analyzable pachytene nuclei varied considerably, both within and among plants.
It is suggested that these transient periods of altered consciousness provided a shared experience that was eventually analyzable and therefore therapeutic.
Many of the additional meters found in Sappho and Alcaeus are similar to the ones discussed above, and similarly analyzable.
Külpe believed that contents, on the other hand, are analyzable in consciousness, observable in introspection, and relatively stable.
Mizo contains many analyzable polysyllables, which are polysyllabic units in which the individual syllables have meaning by themselves.
Thus, long-term recordings analyzed by time domain methods should contain at least 18 hours of analyzable ECG data that include the whole night.
The qualities and relations designated by the predicates must be simple, i.e. they must not be analyzable into simpler components.
This is not a contradiction; primitive recursive programs are a non-arbitrary subset of all possible programs, constructed specifically to be analyzable.
However, not all Irish hexagraphs are analysable that way.
Pulling together all purchases into a readily analysable form can involve substantial database development and analysis skills.
But unfortunately the result - though its meaning is clear and analysable - now looks rather forced and frankly old-fashioned.
We hope this will give investors more confidence that art, and our fund, is an investable, analysable asset class, just like any other.”
This entails the understanding that all spoken words are analysable into strings of separate sounds which are in themselves meaningless.
The team of French researchers using the facility thus gained a factor of 1,000 on the size of analysable samples.
Analogical models are used in a method of representing a 'target system' by another, more understandable or analysable system.
There may be no chemical, or other easily analysable difference, but there is a demonstrable functional difference.
Is it analysable?
The net result is a dramatic increase, compared with FAB, in both sensitivity and mass range of analysable compounds.
Ludwig Wittgenstein proposed a calculus theory of language, which maintained that all language should be analysable in a uniform way.
No one likes to be told their play/novel/poem/film/TV programme/concept double-album is wholly analysable in terms of its means of transmission.
Rather, they cover isolated forms of the genes, which have been identified, snipped from the genome and chemically modified to make them analysable in a laboratory.
Acquaintance, knowing what something is: an inspection of the bare bones of discourse leads us to imagine analysable objects of this kind.
Peter has been heavily involved with the creation of analysable datasets to form the basis of the ERE teams research programme.
Gelada and hamadryas baboons are shown to have especially complex social systems analysable in terms of their ecological context and interior social stresses.
Infrared thermography is the technique of creating fully analysable images, from the thermal radiation given off by a subject, by means of an infrared camera.
Antibody prevalence estimated in 1193 respondents with analysable oral fluid samples (10 respondents did not provide sample and two samples were inadequate for laboratory analysis).
All images captured are potentially analysable using the software provided with the systems, or with the optional UVIsoft analysis software packages.
In three patients, no analysable DNA histogram could be generated because their tumours had been fixed in Bouin's solution.
All information recorded, regarding each fault or subject of concern, is fully analysable for discussion at any stage during, or even months after the inspection has been carried out.
This selection causes the data file to be reloaded in analysable form, and if the reload is successful, the Analysis Parameter Menu is presented.
For the very question of whether there actually are such grounds (and if there are, whether they are describable, analysable or even utterable) underpins my investigation.
Collective bargaining is thus analysable not only in terms of its economic consequences, but also as a process of 'private politics', a rule-making process which resides outside parliament.
Foucault describes individualisation as the production of a describable, analysable object, or, as Gore puts it Agiving individual character to oneself or another@ (1995, p. 178).
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