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  • Now the bottleneck of the single radio send-receive-wait cycle is eliminated.
  • His army moved forward, keeping formation as it squeezed through the bottleneck of the isthmus.
  • Due to rapidly increasing channel capacities, the switching capacity is becoming the bottleneck of the system.
  • The bottleneck of these systems is the traffic and the Memory bandwidth.
  • The balancing technique has still been a bottleneck of development of BMUs.
  • In the bottleneck of Middle America, their birth rate decreased when "new" hunting grounds were found already populated by other bands.
  • This left the Germans with only the logistical bottleneck of St. Vith to support their operations.
  • As scene complexity increased, the need to re-generate the geometry for what was essentially a fixed set of objects started to become a bottleneck of its own.
  • The Hexton line finally eliminated the bottleneck of the Hex River rail pass.
  • The former bottleneck of the iron bridge having now been eliminated means that problems with HGV lorries being stuck under the bridge should be a thing of the past.
  • However, the bottleneck of the system is the Common Tunnel through the city center and services on all branches of the metro are limited by the capacity of that line.
  • This crossing is the only permanent 2-way one-lane bottleneck of the Ontario King's Highways.
  • As the bottleneck of the harbor, the currents are strong and serve as an underwater highway for many species of fish and bait.
  • They finally decided to turn back and during the descent, an avalanche swept 10 members of the party down the snowfield through a bottleneck of rocks.
  • The bottleneck of the metro is the Common Tunnel, when west of Stortinget can only allow 24 trains per hour per direction.
  • Usually when there is a brief one-lane bottleneck of a 2-lane road, traffic will usually yield to oncoming traffic already in the bottleneck.
  • This narrow cleft became the bottleneck of an enormous drainage basin with a huge discharge.
  • Between 1992 and 1994 a major by-pass was built to ease the bottleneck of traffic around Pontllanfraith.
  • In consequence, the LP relaxation becomes the bottleneck of ILP solvers when the problem size is large.
  • When the two tunnels with four lanes were opened for traffic, a bottleneck of Oslo's road system which had lingered for several decades was finally dissolved.
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