However, these models have not considered the disposability
of undesirable outputs.
This approach classifies the outputs into desirable (good) and undesirable (bad) outputs and establishes two concepts: natural disposability
and managerial disposability
Therefore, natural and managerial disposability
 can be illustrated by them.
X means input vector; y means output vector; C is constant return to scale, and S is the strong disposability
Among the sedes of books Giroux has published in recent years are Beyond the Spectacle of Terrorista: Global Uncertainty and the Challenge of the New Media (2006), Stormy Weather: Katrina and the Politics of Disposability
(2006), The University in Chains: Confronting the Military-Industrial-Academic Complex (2007), and Against the Terror of Neoliberalism: Politics Beyond the Age of Greed (2008).
In terms of easy opening, durability, usability, and disposability
, today's food cans offer consumers a simple, elegant, and effective solution.
The most recent major entrant to the market is Upfront Chromatography A/S of Denmark which has combined expanded bed absorption with disposability
Standardized products are showing robust growth due to their convenience, cost effectiveness, infection control and disposability
It is a cliche, but in our world of haste and easy disposability
, passing that liquid sunset along to my client was its own type of satisfaction.
Jia Zhangke's 24 City gives you food for thought about China's modernisation and the disposability
of workers once their labours are done.
Encompassing such concepts as Lily's reification and objectification, the essay explores the ruthless material displays staged by the novel's upper class, solidified in relation to "important ethical and aesthetic" questions surrounding "[t] he disposability
and stewardship of objects" (168).
The low price and disposability
of much of what is produced is creating a huge issue with waste.