The increase in the use of LTE and VoLTE services catalyzed the growth of the IP multimedia subsystem
market in the recent years.
Let [[tau].sub.k,u] denote the time at the uth decision-making epoch of the kth RL subsystem
, that is, the time when the state of the kth RL subsystem
transfers from [s.sub.k,u-1] into [s.sub.k,u].
The task is not easy, but it's important since without a good breakdown of systems into parts (variously called subsystems
, modules, services or bounded contexts; we'll use subsystems
to avoid confusion) there will be no good breakdown of large teams into efficient and independent sub-teams.
These characteristics also can be used to understand the advantages of the self-contained subsystem
Via [W.sub.1], there is one possible microstate for each collapsed result as observed by or [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in the apparatus subsystem
Some RAID subsystems
allow a technician to remove a failing hard disk drive without shutting down a server.
From Hot Spot Characteristics to Hot Spot Subsystem
The Issue--This subsystem
is not well developed in the typical MPO, as evidenced by the typical lack of teamwork among physicians.1 While there is often an adequate system for communication of clinical information, there is poor internal communication on business issues, and this limits the ability of the practice to think long term, to define its vision and its values, and to set clear goals.
Figure 1 represents the computer display of the navigation subsystem
that a participant might encounter during the experiment.
A significant task is an optimal selection of subsystem
elements or selection of whole subsystems
suitable for reserving.
system stability according to the Lyapunov theory) of the given subsystem