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12 Weisgal, Letters ofChaim Weizmann, 229; Vital, CrucialYears, 255. 13 Vital, CrucialYears, 22, 213, 228-236, 298-304, 362; Vital, Formative Years, 424. 14 Chaim Weizmann, Trial and Error (Great Britain : Hamish Hamilton Ltd., 1949), 199-†...
Trial & Error from books.google.com
It is only after some time, following much trial and error, that a theory comes to be in a position fully to organise and to direct the research. Despite the fact that empirical research has not only been moulded by, but has also itself helped to†...
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In practice , for many case studies calibrated by trial - and - error , the modeller tends to introduce ( consciously or not ) more zones than the number of available observations . The number of unknown parameters is larger than the number of†...
Trial & Error from books.google.com
h0=69 .8 2 ts S A o s i DBT h i = 4 8 .8 Accordingly, point 2 can be fixed by trial and error on the RSHF line. However, the following construction is simpler and more accurate. Draw line o–i and extend it to A such that: Line Line i A o A - - And †...
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Trial and error will give the answers for each specific case, but many good clues can be obtained from the published works of other investigators. One of the best systematic applications of trial and error for determining the optimum conditions†...
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Recent advances in dose calculation software and the use of computer graphics techniques for the display of data has made possible a trial- and - error, visual optimization procedure that can consider some of the treatment variables on a†...
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It would be easy to answer the problem by taking collections of state-symbols and tape-symbols and rearranging them in such a form that “ playing the game ” of computing a function can be achieved starting from a trial-and-error basis.
Trial & Error from books.google.com
He observed facts, and by the method of trial and error tried to find a pattern that would fit them. Although he tested countless fantastic schemes before finding the right one, his ultimate success is a matter of record. Whether his success was by †...
Trial & Error from books.google.com
Thus, trial-and-error algorithms are not suitable for our work. Except for these above-mentioned trial-and-error algorithms, a deterministic algorithm named Gerchberg-Saxton algorithm has been studied. I0~12) It is a type of iterative Fourier†...
Trial & Error from books.google.com
HaÔm Weizmann : Trial and Error, East and West Library, Londres, p. 162. 3- Joseph Schechtman : Jabotinsky, rebel and statesman, Thomas Yoseloff, New York, 1956, p. 158. 4. Citť par Meyer Weisgal et JoŽl CarmichaŽl : Cbaim Weizmann,†...