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  • 'DECOUPLING' FOR ENERGY DISTRIBUTORS

    2020-8-7u2002·u2002'Decoupling' for energy distributors is a strange term that vaguely refers to that very old link between spinning meters and utility cost collection. It describes the movement in a number of states to change the way distributors collect their costs. It characterizes an …

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  • (PDF) The Roles of Distributor in the Supply

    The distributor, as a decoupling point, needs to resolve the overstock risk pooled from the upstream parties due to the economies of scale in the production process. On the …

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  • Analysis Investigating Revenue Decoupling for Electricity ...

    2017-3-15u2002·u2002Decoupling for Electricity and Natural Gas Distributors in Ontario . Prepared for the: Ontario Energy Board . Navigant Consulting Ltd. 333 Bay Street . Suite 1250 . Toronto, ON, M5H 2R2 . www.navigant.com . March 26, 2014

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  • Introducing Reservoir, a Distribution for Decoupling Drupal

    2017-6-19u2002·u2002The welcome screen after installing Reservoir. In Drupal terms, Reservoir is a minimalist distribution for decoupling Drupal. In more general terms, Reservoir is a flexible and simple tool to build content repositories for any application to consume: it focuses on modeling content, managing content, and interacting with that content via HTTP APIs.

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  • Rate Design for Electricity Distributors (formerly Revenue ...

    7 rowsu2002·u20022012-11-26u2002·u2002The OEB initiated a consultation to complete the work begun in EB-2010-0060 …

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  • A Decoupling and Bidirectional Resampling Method for ...

    Label imbalance is one of the characteristics of multilabel data, and imbalanced data seriously affects the performance of the classifiers. In multilabel classification, resampling methods are mostly used to deal with imbalanced problems. Existing resampling methods balance the data by either undersampling or oversampling, which causes overfitting and information loss.

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  • Assessing the decoupling of economic growth from ...

    2019-11-1u2002·u2002Pursuing a more efficient development, the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) urged to decouple economic growth from environmental impacts ().Decoupling takes place 'when resource use or some environmental pressure either grows at a slower rate than the economic activity that is causing it (relative decoupling) or declines while the economic activity continues to grow …

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  • Decoupling: Basics

    Decoupling: Basics Written By: Arch Martin Abstract: This paper discusses the characteristics of multilayer ceramic capacitors in decoupling applications and compares their performance with other types of decoupling capacitors. A special high-frequency test circuit is described and the results obtained using various types of capacitors are shown.

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  • Analysis Investigating Revenue Decoupling for Electricity ...

    2017-3-15u2002·u2002Decoupling for Electricity and Natural Gas Distributors in Ontario . Prepared for the: Ontario Energy Board . Navigant Consulting Ltd. 333 Bay Street . Suite 1250 . Toronto, ON, M5H 2R2 . www.navigant.com . March 26, 2014

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  • Decoupling pressure and distribution effects of flow ...

    2019-12-1u2002·u2002In addition to demonstrating the method of decoupling pressure and distribution effects, results from previous studies may also be examined to emphasize the importance of doing so. Catlin et al. conducted an optimization study on the geometry of the serpentine flow field. While the proposed method of fixing inlet conditions was not used, the ...

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  • Introducing Reservoir, a distribution for decoupling ...

    In Drupal terms, Reservoir is a minimalist distribution for decoupling Drupal. In more general terms, Reservoir is a flexible and simple tool to build content repositories for any application to consume: it focuses on modeling content, managing content, and interacting with that content via HTTP APIs. Reservoir deliberately strips out a broad ...

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  • What Is Decoupling And Why It Matters In Business ...

    According to the book, Unlocking The Value Chain, Harvard professor Thales Teixeira identified three waves of disruption (unbundling, disintermediation, and decoupling). Decoupling is the third wave (2006-still ongoing) where companies break apart the customer value chain to deliver part of the value, without bearing the costs to sustain the whole value chain.

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  • Decoupling of vibrations and noises – SITEC®

    The decoupling plug-in connection. The SITEC ® Pin consists of a plastic stud and a soft damping element. With two undercut geometries, this fastener smoothly fits into bore holes in different plate thicknesses without the use of a tool. Pressing down the stud expands the bottom part and the fastening is done. Advantages. Vibration and noise ...

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  • Decoupling Inventory Defined: An Expert Guide

    2021-5-14u2002·u2002Decoupling inventory is a useful tool for mitigating the impact of delays in one portion of the manufacturing or supply chain. The benefits of decoupling inventory must be balanced with the costs of carrying excess stock. Decoupling inventory shares some similarities with safety stock and pipeline inventory, but there are several key differences.

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  • What is decoupling in supply chain? - AskingLot.com

    2020-2-24u2002·u2002What is decoupling in supply chain? The decoupling point is a standard term given to the position in the material pipeline where the product flow changes from 'Push' to 'Pull'. 'The point in the product axis to which the customer's order penetrates. It is where order driven and the forecast driven activities meet.

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  • Decoupling points in a supply chain - Bullwhip effect ...

    A higher inventory level increases the dampening and decoupling effects but obviously brings additional costs. FrePPLe's inventory planning module supports your planners in this process: For each decoupling point, frePPLe computes a safety stock and a reorder quantity. The system will propose a safety stock based on the desired service level.

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  • What is decoupling point in supply chain?

    2020-1-2u2002·u2002The decoupling point is a standard term given to the position in the material pipeline where the product flow changes from 'Push' to 'Pull'. 'The point in the product axis to which the customer's order penetrates. It is where order driven and the forecast driven activities meet.

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  • Colorado decoupling proposal unites Xcel, distributed ...

    2017-6-7u2002·u2002Colorado decoupling proposal unites Xcel, distributed energy advocates ... IVVO is a distribution system hardware-software technology that …

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  • Introducing Reservoir, a distribution for decoupling ...

    In Drupal terms, Reservoir is a minimalist distribution for decoupling Drupal. In more general terms, Reservoir is a flexible and simple tool to build content repositories for any application to consume: it focuses on modeling content, managing content, and interacting with that content via HTTP APIs. Reservoir deliberately strips out a broad ...

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  • Decoupling of vibrations and noises – SITEC®

    The decoupling plug-in connection. The SITEC ® Pin consists of a plastic stud and a soft damping element. With two undercut geometries, this fastener smoothly fits into bore holes in different plate thicknesses without the use of a tool. Pressing down the stud expands the bottom part and the fastening is done. Advantages. Vibration and noise ...

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  • Decoupling Policies

    'Decoupling' is a regulatory mechanism that removes the pressure on utilities to sell as much energy as possible by eliminating the relationship between revenues and sales volume. Under this system, revenues are 'decoupled' from sales and are instead allowed to adjust so that utilities receive fair compensation regardless of ...

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  • Decoupling Inventory vs Pipeline Inventory in the Supply ...

    Decoupling inventory — also known as decoupling stock — refers to the process of separating inventory within a manufacturing procedure in order to mitigate one stage of manufacturing from slowing down another stage of manufacturing. For example, an automobile manufacturer combines an array of separate parts to create a whole product.

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  • What is decoupling point in supply chain?

    2020-1-2u2002·u2002The decoupling point is a standard term given to the position in the material pipeline where the product flow changes from 'Push' to 'Pull'. 'The point in the product axis to which the customer's order penetrates. It is where order driven and the forecast driven activities meet.

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  • COMMENTS ON PACIFIC ECONOMICS GROUPS PAPER

    2010-5-17u2002·u2002revenue impacts addressed in decoupling to support conservation. With respect to the natural gas distributors, it is OSEA's understanding that the combination of a lost revenue adjustment mechanism (LRAM), a shared savings mechanism (SSM), a demand …

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  • Decoupling points in a supply chain - Bullwhip effect ...

    A higher inventory level increases the dampening and decoupling effects but obviously brings additional costs. FrePPLe's inventory planning module supports your planners in this process: For each decoupling point, frePPLe computes a safety stock and a reorder quantity. The system will propose a safety stock based on the desired service level.

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  • Multiple decoupling point paradigms in a global supply ...

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002It is argued that such decoupling points are already an established and accepted phenomena, but have not been comprehensively discussed until now. It is proposed that, in the global supply chain, PSDP and SSDP are elemental decoupling points and DTDP is a logical decoupling, which is a function of PSDP and SSDP.

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  • The Strategic Challenges of Decoupling from China

    Decoupling will play an important role in the future, with significant implications, which we explore here, for the strategies of global corporations. ... such as China-based distribution ...

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  • Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 030501 (2021) - Dynamical

    2021-7-16u2002·u2002Dynamical Decoupling of Spin Ensembles with Strong Anisotropic Interactions Benjamin Merkel, Pablo Cova Fariña, and Andreas Reiserer Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 030501 – Published 16 July 2021

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  • Decoupling of vibrations and noises – SITEC®

    The decoupling plug-in connection. The SITEC ® Pin consists of a plastic stud and a soft damping element. With two undercut geometries, this fastener smoothly fits into bore holes in different plate thicknesses without the use of a tool. Pressing down the stud expands the bottom part and the fastening is done. Advantages. Vibration and noise ...

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  • ZedBoard Power Distribution and Decoupling System

    Zedboard Power Distribution and Decoupling System 3 Overview The ZedBoard is designed to be a low cost development platform for the Zynq-7000 AP SoC device. Provided on the board are key peripherals to fully exercise the device and provide an adequate development and …

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  • What is decoupling point in supply chain?

    2020-1-2u2002·u2002The decoupling point is a standard term given to the position in the material pipeline where the product flow changes from 'Push' to 'Pull'. 'The point in the product axis to which the customer's order penetrates. It is where order driven and the forecast driven activities meet.

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  • Decoupling Policies

    'Decoupling' is a regulatory mechanism that removes the pressure on utilities to sell as much energy as possible by eliminating the relationship between revenues and sales volume. Under this system, revenues are 'decoupled' from sales and are instead allowed to adjust so that utilities receive fair compensation regardless of ...

    Get Price
  • Decoupling Inventory vs Pipeline Inventory in the Supply ...

    Decoupling inventory — also known as decoupling stock — refers to the process of separating inventory within a manufacturing procedure in order to mitigate one stage of manufacturing from slowing down another stage of manufacturing. For example, an automobile manufacturer combines an array of separate parts to create a whole product.

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  • Decoupling points in a supply chain - Bullwhip effect ...

    A higher inventory level increases the dampening and decoupling effects but obviously brings additional costs. FrePPLe's inventory planning module supports your planners in this process: For each decoupling point, frePPLe computes a safety stock and a reorder quantity. The system will propose a safety stock based on the desired service level.

    Get Price
  • Multiple decoupling point paradigms in a global supply ...

    2018-6-12u2002·u2002It is argued that such decoupling points are already an established and accepted phenomena, but have not been comprehensively discussed until now. It is proposed that, in the global supply chain, PSDP and SSDP are elemental decoupling points and DTDP is a logical decoupling, which is a function of PSDP and SSDP.

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  • The Strategic Challenges of Decoupling from China

    Decoupling will play an important role in the future, with significant implications, which we explore here, for the strategies of global corporations. ... such as China-based distribution ...

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  • MT-101: Decoupling Techniques - Analog Devices

    2019-5-10u2002·u2002decoupling applications. 'General purpose' aluminum electrolytic capacitors are not recommended for most decoupling applications. However, a subset of aluminum electrolytic capacitors is the 'switching type,' which is designed and specified for handling high pulse currents at frequencies up to several hundred kHz with low losses.

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  • Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 030501 (2021) - Dynamical

    2021-7-16u2002·u2002Dynamical Decoupling of Spin Ensembles with Strong Anisotropic Interactions Benjamin Merkel, Pablo Cova Fariña, and Andreas Reiserer Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 030501 – Published 16 July 2021

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  • 'DECOUPLING' FOR ENERGY DISTRIBUTORS

    2020-8-7u2002·u2002'Decoupling' for energy distributors is a strange term that vaguely refers to that very old link between spinning meters and utility cost collection. It describes the movement in a number of states to change the way distributors collect their costs. It characterizes an …

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  • (PDF) The Roles of Distributor in the Supply Chain–Push ...

    The distributor, as a decoupling point, needs to resolve the overstock risk pooled from the upstream parties due to the economies of scale in the production process. On the other hand, the ...

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  • Analysis Investigating Revenue Decoupling for Electricity ...

    2017-3-15u2002·u2002Decoupling for Electricity and Natural Gas Distributors in Ontario . Prepared for the: Ontario Energy Board . Navigant Consulting Ltd. 333 Bay Street . Suite 1250 . Toronto, ON, M5H 2R2 . www.navigant.com . March 26, 2014

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  • Introducing Reservoir, a Distribution for Decoupling Drupal

    2017-6-19u2002·u2002The welcome screen after installing Reservoir. In Drupal terms, Reservoir is a minimalist distribution for decoupling Drupal. In more general terms, Reservoir is a flexible and simple tool to build content repositories for any application to consume: it focuses on modeling content, managing content, and interacting with that content via HTTP APIs.

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  • Rate Design for Electricity Distributors (formerly Revenue ...

    2012-11-26u2002·u2002The OEB initiated a consultation to complete the work begun in EB-2010-0060 on revenue decoupling for electricity and natural gas distributors. The OEB indicated, when first initiating the renewed regulatory framework project in 2010, that the revenue decoupling consultation would move forward once the renewed regulatory framework initiative was substantially complete.

    Get Price
  • What Is Decoupling And Why It Matters In Business ...

    According to the book, Unlocking The Value Chain, Harvard professor Thales Teixeira identified three waves of disruption (unbundling, disintermediation, and decoupling). Decoupling is the third wave (2006-still ongoing) where companies break apart the customer value chain to deliver part of the value, without bearing the costs to sustain the whole value chain.

    Get Price
  • A Decoupling and Bidirectional Resampling Method for ...

    Label imbalance is one of the characteristics of multilabel data, and imbalanced data seriously affects the performance of the classifiers. In multilabel classification, resampling methods are mostly used to deal with imbalanced problems. Existing resampling methods balance the data by either undersampling or oversampling, which causes overfitting and information loss.

    Get Price
  • Assessing the decoupling of economic growth from ...

    2019-11-1u2002·u2002Pursuing a more efficient development, the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) urged to decouple economic growth from environmental impacts ().Decoupling takes place 'when resource use or some environmental pressure either grows at a slower rate than the economic activity that is causing it (relative decoupling) or declines while the economic activity continues to grow …

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  • Decoupling: Basics

    Decoupling: Basics Written By: Arch Martin Abstract: This paper discusses the characteristics of multilayer ceramic capacitors in decoupling applications and compares their performance with other types of decoupling capacitors. A special high-frequency test circuit is described and the results obtained using various types of capacitors are shown.

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  • 'DECOUPLING' FOR ENERGY DISTRIBUTORS

    2020-8-7u2002·u2002'Decoupling' for energy distributors is a strange term that vaguely refers to that very old link between spinning meters and utility cost collection. It describes the movement in a number of states to change the way distributors collect their costs. It characterizes an …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) The Roles of Distributor in the Supply Chain–Push ...

    The distributor, as a decoupling point, needs to resolve the overstock risk pooled from the upstream parties due to the economies of scale in the production process. On the other hand, the ...

    Get Price
  • Analysis Investigating Revenue Decoupling for Electricity ...

    2017-3-15u2002·u2002Decoupling for Electricity and Natural Gas Distributors in Ontario . Prepared for the: Ontario Energy Board . Navigant Consulting Ltd. 333 Bay Street . Suite 1250 . Toronto, ON, M5H 2R2 . www.navigant.com . March 26, 2014

    Get Price
  • Introducing Reservoir, a Distribution for Decoupling Drupal

    2017-6-19u2002·u2002The welcome screen after installing Reservoir. In Drupal terms, Reservoir is a minimalist distribution for decoupling Drupal. In more general terms, Reservoir is a flexible and simple tool to build content repositories for any application to consume: it focuses on modeling content, managing content, and interacting with that content via HTTP APIs.

    Get Price
  • Rate Design for Electricity Distributors (formerly Revenue ...

    2012-11-26u2002·u2002The OEB initiated a consultation to complete the work begun in EB-2010-0060 on revenue decoupling for electricity and natural gas distributors. The OEB indicated, when first initiating the renewed regulatory framework project in 2010, that the revenue decoupling consultation would move forward once the renewed regulatory framework initiative was substantially complete.

    Get Price
  • What Is Decoupling And Why It Matters In Business ...

    According to the book, Unlocking The Value Chain, Harvard professor Thales Teixeira identified three waves of disruption (unbundling, disintermediation, and decoupling). Decoupling is the third wave (2006-still ongoing) where companies break apart the customer value chain to deliver part of the value, without bearing the costs to sustain the whole value chain.

    Get Price
  • A Decoupling and Bidirectional Resampling Method for ...

    Label imbalance is one of the characteristics of multilabel data, and imbalanced data seriously affects the performance of the classifiers. In multilabel classification, resampling methods are mostly used to deal with imbalanced problems. Existing resampling methods balance the data by either undersampling or oversampling, which causes overfitting and information loss.

    Get Price
  • Assessing the decoupling of economic growth from ...

    2019-11-1u2002·u2002Pursuing a more efficient development, the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) urged to decouple economic growth from environmental impacts ().Decoupling takes place 'when resource use or some environmental pressure either grows at a slower rate than the economic activity that is causing it (relative decoupling) or declines while the economic activity continues to grow …

    Get Price
  • Decoupling: Basics

    Decoupling: Basics Written By: Arch Martin Abstract: This paper discusses the characteristics of multilayer ceramic capacitors in decoupling applications and compares their performance with other types of decoupling capacitors. A special high-frequency test circuit is described and the results obtained using various types of capacitors are shown.

    Get Price