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  • The new design concentrated on communications and memory performance, the bottleneck that hampered many parallel designs.
  • The new Administration should continue to work to eliminate transportation bottlenecks that impede our access to foreign markets. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Thousands of years ago the cheetah went through a population bottleneck that reduced its population dramatically so the animals that are alive today are all related to one another.
  • It is less clear whether the intellectual bottleneck that Backus criticized has changed much since 1977.
  • This created a genetic bottleneck that some people think will render breeding from closed stud books not viable.
  • Furthermore, while being on site, experts for expediting can identify possible problems and bottlenecks that could lead to potential delays.
  • The canal was about 20 meter wide and there are two bottlenecks that are thought to be the place where a hanging bridge once stood.
  • One of its main crossroads, near the Vecht bridge is a bottleneck that causes frequent traffic congestion.
  • The harmonic mean tends to be dominated by the smallest bottleneck that the population goes through.
  • For example, consumers are required to create an account before being able to compare plans, and the registration process may have created a bottleneck that led to the long wait times.
  • The primary criticism of performance test automation tools such as RPT is that they can only find the performance bottlenecks that they are programmed to find.
  • Ideally one would scan all inbound and outbound traffic, however doing so might create a bottleneck that would impair the overall speed of the network.
  • This cleared the massive traffic bottleneck that plagued Yass due to the passing interstate traffic.
  • Preliminary observations indicate that there is considerable variability, indicating no genetic bottlenecks that might be expected from point introductions.
  • These technologies are designed to address the informatics and workflow bottlenecks that typically hinder whole genome interpretation.
  • Moving forward with the 141st Infantry, the regiment was part of the bottleneck that formed the Colmar Pocket.
  • NUMA distributes memory among the processors, avoiding the bottleneck that occurs with a single monolithic memory.
  • This tunnel, however, presents a bottleneck that limits train headways to two and a half minutes, meaning that trains on each individual line can only run at 15 minute headways.
  • Evolutionary assumptions can be made to help explain this sort of evolutionary disconnect; one being that the bull shark encountered a population bottleneck that occurred during the last ice age.
  • For years, the bridge was a major traffic bottleneck that affected southbound commuters from Boston's North Shore and southern New Hampshire for miles.
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