Several different preventative methods and corrective procedures have been introduced to compensate for
errors caused by camera shake.
For instance, Type P valves provide an excellent way to compensate for
pressure fluctuations within a plumbing system when a toilet is flushed or an appliance is turned on, but they cannot make adjustments for either sudden or gradual changes in supply temperature.
Experienced pilots unconsciously feel the natural/predictable modes of an aircraft and successfully compensate for
poor handling qualities.
However, the balance of the payment could not be deducted, because the parties did not show they intended it to compensate for
The pattern of a part to be cast is made slightly larger in dimension than the desired part to compensate for
Pre-compensation can be turned off when receivers are used that compensate for
the high-frequency roll-off of the cable and backplane.
The jaws of the retractable jaw chuck extend and retract to enable the turning of shafts in a single operation and also compensate for
To compensate for
insulin resistance, the body secretes more and more, but it can't keep up.
In this case, no new areas of heightened neural activity compensate for
the effects of sleepiness.
In addition, the company increases (grosses up) the payment to the employee to compensate for
Tropos developed the AMCE software, which runs on Tropos MetroMesh routers, to compensate for
the wide variations in Wi-Fi devices that use metro-scale mesh networks.
The jaws of this retractable jaw chuck extend and retract to enable the turning of shafts in a single operation and also compensate for
We found that people compensate for
solid, but not liquid, calories," says Mattes.
Later, as part of the Strategic Defense Initiative, popularly known as the Star Wars program, the military studied adaptive optics as a way to compensate for
atmospheric distortions when focusing a ground-based laser weapon on an incoming missile.
The union] paid damages to compensate for
its unfair and arbitrary treatment of Banks[,] conduct that [was] found to be in bad faith and in violation of the [u]nion's duty to fairly represent Banks.