Decoupling

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A proposal stating that the peer review process for a scientific manuscript should be separated conceptually from its publication in a peer-reviewed journal, to decrease costs associated with publishing manuscripts in highly-specialized, low-volume journals
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Payments to farmers which are decoupled to this degree tend to reduce world market prices, but only slightly (Bhaskar and Beghin, 2007).
Furthermore, the similarly decoupled half-car suspension model in (17) is derived from (16), by employing the same mathematical transformation method in Section 2.
If decoupled payments affect production, they must affect it by increasing acreage planted.
Decoupled debit cards have been offered by some financial institutions, such as Capitol One, and also by companies and merchants such as oil companies and gasoline retailers that offer discounts for purchases made with the cards.
The decoupled and matched array is suitable for use in multiport antenna systems in small terminals.
However, as inflationary pressures have returned quite rapidly and the CAD continues to rise sharply, it is quite early to argue that Turkey has decoupled from the rest of the world.
In order to understand the impact of the decoupling process, it was necessary to evaluate a large number of luminaires in the context of the coupled and decoupled BUG ratings to determine if the decoupling process shifted the luminaire ratings substantially.
There were two subsystems which were controlled by decoupled multiple model control.
The Motorola TX32 Decoupled Downstream Module enables up to eight times existing peak rate and six times average throughput capacity to MetroCast's existing BSR 64000 chassis.
economy is slowing is bad news for Europeans no matter what claims are made that Europe's economy has successfully decoupled from that of the United States.
NBA director Kim Haywood said: "The 2005 reforms moved UK farming irreversibly along the decoupled route and there have already been significant movements in the beef sector to accommodate the commission's wish to see more alignment between production and the market.