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capacitate

(kə-păs′ĭ-tāt′)
tr.v. capaci·tated, capaci·tating, capaci·tates
Biology To cause (spermatozoa) to undergo the physical changes needed to penetrate and fertilize an egg.

ca·pac′i·ta′tion n.
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Pearn, "Augmentinsert algorithms for the capacitated arc routing problem," Computers & Operations Research, vol.
Mingozzi; An exact algorithm for the capacitated Vehicle routing problem based on a two-commodity network flow formulation, Operations Research 52, pp.
LP-based heuristics for the capacitated lot-sizing problem: the interaction of model formulation and solution algorithm.
05) binding of capacitated human sperm as compared to beads coated with fetuin.
A special case of clustering with side constraints is the capacitated clustering problem (CCP).
In multi-stage supply network design which involves single sourcing restrictions for supply to Retailers from capacitated facilities, (Lai et al.
and the number of sperm showing a homogeneous fluorescence all over the head (F pattern: uncapacitated sperm), fluorescence only over the acrosome area (B pattern: capacitated sperm) and of those showing dull or no fluorescence over the head (AR pattern: acrosome reacted sperm) was determined [7].
This topic arises out of capacitated lot sizing and capacitated FMS.
They said that many women entrepreneurs have been capacitated through trainings led by local and international experts in developing creativity in the last three years.
Some specific topics explored are cost estimation in a capacitated environment, RFID data management, collecting consumer behavior data with WLAN, and a comparison of information technology in supply chains in the US beef and food industries.
Platt and his colleagues used laboratory mice, and compared the extent of phosphorylation in both capacitated and non-capacitated sperm samples.