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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of parametrise.


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  • Not that it's impossible to write platform-specific code above that interface; the semantics of many of the HYDROGEN operations are parametrised on properties of the implementation such as word size, but it's being carefully designed to make it easy to write programs that work portably by avoiding uses of the interface that would expose these variations in semantics.

    Snell-Pym » Designing a Hardware Abstraction Layer: A VM for an operating system

  • As it is structural after 1940, this would imply that the CO2 climate sensitivity is parametrised to high, which has severe implications for the 21rst century run.

    Fixing the Facts to the Policy « Climate Audit

  • It is a highly parametrised and flexible package solution with excellent functionality.


  • It handles (almost) all syntactic extensions to the Haskell 98 standard implemented by GHC, and the parsing can be parametrised on what extensions to recognise. haskell-src-exts-1. 1.3 is a highly experimental release, which does not change the current stable part of haskell-src-exts.

    Planet Haskell

  • They don’t solve N-S , they are not sensible to initial/boundary conditions , they consider that unresolved dimensions are either gaussian noise or parametrised , they use systematically time averages to smooth fluctuations , they impose tunings to insure that runs converge for the particular space and time steps they choose , they neglect hundreds of interactions and feedbacks , they never analyse sensibility on time and space steps etc .

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems #2 « Climate Audit

  • It is an extremely complicated problem with preciously few results – the least that can be said is that there is not a magical minimal resolution size above which things matter and below which they either don’t or can be easily parametrised remember : we know all the physics and there are no surprises in store according to Jim .

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems #2 « Climate Audit


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