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Initially. (2) On and after the Step-Up Date.
Initially. (2) On and after the related Step-Up Date.
Initially. Following the execution and delivery of this Agreement, for a period of time not to exceed six (6) months, Employee shall (i) serve as President of Employer and shall perform such duties and responsibilities as are consistent with that of President, and consistent with the duties and responsibilities performed by Employee while President of Silicon Valley Test & Repair, Inc., a California corporation; (ii) assist Employer with finding, hiring and educating a new President of Employer; and (iii) work a minimum of forty (40) hours per week, at least twenty-four (24) hours of which must be at Employer's principal place of business.
Initially you will be on probation for a period of ………………….from the date of joining. The said period of probation is further liable to be extended for …………. solely at the discretion of the Managing Committee. During or at the expiry of the said period of probation or the extended period of probation, the Managing Committee shall have the right to terminate your services without any notice or without assigning any reason. You will continue to be on the probation till your services are confirmed in writing by the Managing Committee.
Initially and goal sections are defined respectively through the input and output condition encoding. 3.2.3 ComplexityInasmuch as each task and each condition are encoded exactly once, the complexity of the presented algorithm is linear in the size of the model; since a fixed number of rules and facts are produced from each YAWL element, the size of the produced encoding is linear as well.The complexity of computing cases of the modeled process is determined then by the complexity of finding a plan for the corresponding planning prob- lem, which is asserted to be PSPACE-complete [19]. The formal proof of the complexity is considered as future work.‌ 3.2.4 Simple example The programs resulting of carrying out the algorithm over the model in figure 3.1, are provided for illustration purposes. The process depicted executes S0, which is a multiple choice task, then S3, S1 or both can be executed. If the upper branch is selected, S4 must be eventually executed after S3 and then the process can either loop or go to the merging task. If S1 is executed then S2 must be as well eventually executed before moving to S5, which can take place only if all the tasks corresponding to the selected branches have finished. In the loop case, the last task of an iteration must be S4. The process finishes after the execution of S5.The labels next to the arcs identify the implicit condition between each pair of tasks. Figure 3.1 A simple example The encoding fluents: enabled(C) requires condition(C). delayed(C) requires condition(C).actions: s0. s2. s1. s5. s3. s4. always:executable s0 if enabled(start).caused -enabled(start) after s0. total enabled(c1) after s0. total enabled(c2) after s0.forbidden not enabled(c1),not enabled(c2) after s0. executable s1 if enabled(c2). caused enabled(c4) after s1. caused -enabled(c2) after s1. executable s2 if enabled(c4). caused enabled(c5) after s2. caused -enabled(c4) after s2. caused -enabled(c5) after s5. caused -enabled(c7) after s5.executable s5 if enabled(c5),not delayed(c7). executable s5 if not delayed(c5),enabled(c7).caused delayed(Y) if not enabled(Y), reachable(Y,W), enabled(W). caused enabled(end) after s5. executable s3 if enabled(c1),not enabled(c6). executable s3 if not enabled(c1),enabled(c6). caused -enabled(c1) after s3.caused -enabled(c6) after s3. caused enabled(c3) after s3.executable s4 if enabled(c3). caused -enabled(c3) after s4. caused enabled(c6) if not enabled(c7) after s4. caused enabled(c7) if not enabled(c6) after s4. ine...
Initially. Beginning on the Effective Date and continuing through February 28, 2013, Tenant shall pay annual Fixed Rent of Sixty Thousand Three Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($60,300.00), to Landlord, in advance, in equal monthly installments of Five Thousand Twenty-Five and 00/100 Dollars ($5,025.00) on the first day of each calendar month during the Term.
Initially the credit providing facilities will be very limited (i.e. only against a cash deposit) .PSB will enhance the banked population through offering of different savings instruments, money transfer & payment facilities, saving accounts at a low cost & through use of modern technologies. Proximity with other postal services will help to create awareness within population easily. All PSB branches will be part of nationwide Payment system. PSBs may allow opening bank accounts with as low as RWF 100 only to receive remittance from abroad. The PSB branches can also be used for distribution of pensions and for collection of premiums/contributions for the newly introduced Social Security Fund.
Initially. (2) On and after the first distribution date after the first possible Optional Termination Date. Pass-Through Rate: o With respect to the Class A Certificates on any Distribution Date will be a per annum rate equal to the lesser of (i) LIBOR plus the applicable Pass-Through Margin and (ii) the related Net WAC Cap for that distribution date. o With respect to the Class X-1-IO Component on any Distribution Date will be a per annum rate equal to the excess, if any, of the Group I Net WAC Rate, over the weighted average of (1) the weighted average of the Pass-Through Rates on the Class 1-A-1 Certificates and the Class 1-A-2 Certificates (multiplied by a fraction the numerator of which is the actual number of days in the related Interest Accrual Period for such Certificates and the denominator of which is 30), weighted on the basis of their respective Certificate Principal Balances and (2) the Weighted Average Subordinate Rate, weighted by, in the case of the clause (1), the aggregate Certificate Principal Balance of the Class 1-A-1 Certificates and the Class 1-A-2 Certificates and, in the case of clause (2), the Group I Subordinate Component. The pass-through rate for the Class X-1-P Component of the Class X-1 Certificates on any Distribution Date will be a per annum rate equal to the Group I Net WAC Rate for that Distribution Date. The initial Certificate Principal Balance of the Class X-1-P Component will equal zero. The Class X-1-P Component will not be entitled to receive any distributions of interest on any Distribution Date with respect to which its component principal balance is zero. o With respect to the Class X-2-IO Component on any Distribution Date will be a per annum rate equal to the excess, if any, of the Group II Net WAC Rate, over the weighted average of (1) the weighted average of the Pass-Through Rates on the Class 2-A-1, Class 2-A-2 and Class 2-A-3 Certificates (multiplied by a fraction the numerator of which is the actual number of days in the related Interest Accrual Period for such Certificates and the denominator of which is 30), weighted on the basis of their respective Certificate Principal Balances and (2) the Weighted Average Subordinate Rate, weighted by, in the case of the clause (1), the aggregate Certificate Principal Balance of the Class 2-A-1, Class 2-A-2 and Class 2-A-3 Certificates and, in the case of clause (2), the Group II Subordinate Component. The pass-through rate for the Class X-2-P Component of the Class X-2 Certific...
Initially. (2) On and after the second Payment Date after the first possible Optional Call Date