If a second printing is forthcoming, Giberson should include a section on another kind of fine-tuning
a bow is a very complicated (and hotly debated) matter.
But, if one is not moved by these considerations, the earlier failure of the fine-tuning
argument invites the conclusion that Hudson has failed to rally any philosophical grounds for belief in hyperspace.
Therefore, the nestling size gap between the north and east woods comes mainly from immigration rather than from some local fine-tuning
by natural selection.
In the manufacturing plant you need fine-tuning
to get the last 5% or so.
At the same time, we must strive to build upon our past successes by retaining and fine-tuning
what has worked and putting aside that which may have lost its vitality.
Everything was assembled, except fine-tuning
of the drives, by December 15, 2001," Rovnak said.
The PresenterPAK interface offers a friendly graphical user interface, and the simple image adjustments allow fine-tuning
What we are seeing is a strategic fine-tuning
in a slow economy, not an exodus.
The goal, company executives say, is to allow management to do continual fine-tuning
and adjustments, what-if scenarios and other functions to keep on top of changing financial conditions and take swift corrective action when necessary.
The deposition system has high-speed, in situ diagnostics, which permit real-time fine-tuning
of the two laser plumes to optimize the deposition parameters.
Cost-cutting "is a question of fine-tuning
," he said.
One person wrote the first draft, emailed it to the next person who added content, corrections, and fine-tuning
In order to do dynamic fine-tuning
, you need access to two key functions.
This cover story, by journalist Gregg Easterbrook (and adapted from his book Beside Still Waters: Searching for Meaning in an Age of Doubt), also raises the fine-tuning