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tractable

easy to manage; tolerable.
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Beginning with the issue: its tractability, severity and the identification of the affected groups, a primary decision can be made--is the issue potentially amenable to action, and if so given the "problem claim" what is the "solution claim"?
The rest of the paper is structured as follows: Section 2 provides the system model and insights into basic assumptions made to simplify the scheme for analytical tractability.
Bashyam and Fu (1998) have to restrict their periodic review policy to R = 1 to maintain analytical tractability for their simulation-based algorithm adapted from nonlinear programming.
We impose this restrictive assumption, which is perhaps the most extreme case, to improve the tractability of the model.
For the sake of simplicity and tractability, the utility function is assumed linear in income, implying a constant marginal utility of income.
Its flexibility and tractability will allow us to offer innovative debt financing options for all classes of proved reserves with pricing based on rigorously quantified underlying risks not solely on de-linked market return requirements, said George Carrick, President of Munich Re Reserve Risk Financing, Inc.
Manama: Kanoo Travel has announced the adoption of Microsoft Azure to run its Krystal Point-Of-Sale platform in the cloud leading to a greater tractability to expand and grow their businesses.
This partnership brings customers an independent, open planning, so they can retain tractability in their long-term ISO decisions.
Towards Structural Tractability in Hedonic Games (Dominik Peters)
The engine is a liquidcooled Desmodromic power unit that delivers an exhilarating ride without compromising the smooth tractability found in Ducati's other V-Twin engines.
Milking Shorthorns are known for their docile disposition and tractability, making this the breed of choice for oxen production in organizations like Tiller's International.
Unfortunately, external factors such as economic realities, organizational needs, and technological changes have all resulted in transformations that have blurred, or at the very least, tested the fidelity and tractability of these principles, particularly in a corporate environment.