Transformation Sample Clauses

Transformation. Transformation " shall have the meaning set forth in the -------------- Recitals.
Transformation. The Grantor may not, without the Agent's prior written consent, transform any of the movables forming part of the Hypothecated Property either by incorporating such movables into an immovable or by combining or mixing them with other movables so as to form new property, unless such immovable or new property are themselves subject or made subject to the hypothec hereby granted or unless such transformation is made in the ordinary course of operating an enterprise of the Grantor that is engaged in the business of manufacturing or transforming property. In no event, however, may the Grantor transform any such property where such transformation would result in the Agent's security or rights hereunder, including in particular their rank, being diminished. In the event of any such transformation, even without the Agent's authorization, the Grantor (who shall not be relieved of the default resulting from the failure to obtain authorization) shall immediately inform the Agent of the details of such transformation and shall in particular provide the Agent with a description of the property thereby affected, the name and address of the owner of the property that may result therefrom and the address where such property is located.
Transformation. Transform up to [***]constructs per quarter and produce and collect seeds from [***] independent events (T0 plants) for each construct (SOP R1). Maintain updated Program database that includes articles to
Transformation. The resulting Modest code comprises a parallel process at its highest level, which contains service “image processing service”, resources “CPU” and “GPU” that run forever, and two generators that call “image - processing service”. The service waits for incoming requests of either of the gen- erators and triggers the process, similar to the iDSL process, in return. Atomic processes in the process call the respective resources, which perform a delay. Since nondeterministic scheduling is employed, the resources have no queues. Evaluation. The iDSL measure (see Table 6) contains two measures, as follows. First, discrete-event simulation yields a single MODES execution that leads to latencies and utilizations in one go. Second, TA-based model checking includes rounding the real values to inte- gers. Since all but one values of the loads and rates are integers already, the model is not affected by this step. The uniform choice of atomic task “noise reduction”, however, is turned into a nondeterministic equivalent. Stopwatches are added to measure latencies. Given this model, a lower and upper bound latency are obtained via the binary search algorithm of Sect. 4.4 (TA-based model checking). Results come in various kinds, as follows. First, the latency bar chart for off- set = 0 of Fig. 11(c) conveys that the latencies vary much, i.e., between 200 and 380, as a result of extreme concurrency. This variation is less for other offsets. Second, the latency breakdown chart for offset = 0 of Fig. 11(a) illustrates how the overall latency is dispersed over its subprocesses. Tasks “Noise reduction” and “Contrast” account for 71% of the total latency. The utilization of “CPU” of 0.83 is high, but not alarming. The utilization of “GPU” is low, viz., 0.025. Third, the cumulative distribution graph of Fig. 11(b) displays the cumula- tive latency functions for seven designs with offsets varying from 0 to 200. As anticipated, the offsets and latency times are negatively correlated, i.e., a smaller offset induces that the execution of services overlap more (see Table 13) and thus display more concurrency. In turn, this leads to a higher latency. Fourth, Fig. 10 conveys, for a system with one service and obtained via TA-based model checking, the minimum and maximum absolute latency, viz., 159 and 189, respectively. It also shows a CDF of the same system based on discrete-event simula- tion. We observe that the bounds are valid, i.e., s(159) = 0 and s(189) = 1, and strict, i.e., s...
Transformation. Without limiting any of Supplier’s other obligations hereunder with respect to Technological Evolution, Supplier shall perform the transformational activities and implement the technology and other changes described in the Transformation Plan described in the applicable Supplement. If any services, functions or responsibilities not specifically described in the Transformation Plan are an inherent, necessary or customary part of the Transformation Services or are required for proper performance or provision of the Transformation Services or the completion of the changes described in the Transformation Plan in accordance with this Agreement, they shall be deemed to be included within the scope of the Transformation Services to be delivered without additional charge, as if such services, functions or responsibilities were specifically described in the Transformation Plan. Kraft will perform those tasks which are designated to be Kraft’s responsibility in the Transformation Plan, and any services, functions or responsibilities that are an inherent, necessary or a customary part of the designated tasks. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, Kraft shall not incur any charges, fees or expenses payable to Supplier in connection with the transformation, other than those charges, fees and expenses specified in the applicable Supplement and those incurred by Kraft. At Supplier’s request or as specified in the Transformation Plan, Kraft shall provide reasonable cooperation to Supplier in connection with its performance of the Transformation Services.
Transformation. The services involved must be aligned to the aims of system transformation and new care models.
Transformation. London partners are committed to deliver high quality, accessible, efficient and sustainable health and care services to meet current and future population needs, throughout London and on every day. London aims to reduce hospitalisation through proactive, coordinated and personalised care that is effectively linked up with wider services to help people maintain their independence, dignity and wellbeing. This will require:  integration of health and care budgets in a place to maximise potential for new models of care and reduce reliance on hospitals;  Building on examples from local and sub-regional integration pilots to provide early intervention and re-ablement services rather than a crisis-based system; and  Enabling investment in partnership working. Government, NHS England and NHS Improvement commit to explore with London Partners how they can maximise and best prioritise its plans for transformation within available resource. NHS England commits to having discussions with London partners to explore the principle and opportunities of devolving London’s share of transformation funding7, subject to the production of strategic sustainability plans for London, and once progress has been demonstrated through the joint evaluation of the co-designed pilots, and the NHS England decision criteria have been formally met. London will be able to access any new or additional health and/or social care funding streams that become available during the Spending Review period. London Partners agree to share and facilitate the dissemination of their learning and experiences from pilot programmes nationally, in partnership with NHS England.
Transformation. The company may be transformed into a company of another form if, at the time of the transformation, it has existed for at least two years and if it drew up, and had approved by the shareholders, balance sheets for its two first financial years. The decision to transform the company is made on the report of the Statutory Auditors of the company, who must certify that the equity capital is at least equal to the share capital. Transformation into a commercial partnership (“société en nom collectif”) requires the agreement of all holders of shares; in this case, the conditions provided for above are not required. Transformation into a limited partnership (“société en commandite simple”) or limited partnership with shares (“société en commandite par actions”) is decided under the conditions set out for amendment of the by-laws and with the consent of all the shareholders to become partners. Transformation into a private (limited) company (“Société à Responsabilité Limitée”) is decided under the conditions set out for amendment of the by-laws of companies of this form. Transformation into a simplified joint stock company (“Société par actions simplifiée”) is decided by the shareholders on a unanimous basis.
Transformation. (a) Transformation Plan Provider shall, if provided for in a Service Agreement, enhance the performance and delivery of Services through the transformational activities described in the “Transformation” Schedule to such Service Agreement. The “Transformation” Schedule shall include an initial transformation plan that describes the Services, projects, tasks, responsibilities and timelines for activities to be performed in connection with the evolution and transformation of the functions comprising the Services and such other information and planning as are necessary to ensure that the Transformation takes place on schedule and without disruption to Customer Group’s operations (the “Initial Transformation Plan”). The final Transformation Plan shall be mutually-agreed upon by the Parties not later than the date specified in the “Transformation” Schedule. Provider shall perform transformation activities as part of the Services and in accordance with the timeframes provided in the Transformation Plan. Detailed plans describing how such activities will be performed and implemented shall be drafted and proposed by Provider within the time frames specified in the Transformation Plan and are subject to approval by Customer.
Transformation. Phase II will be initiated in January 2015, with a shared aspiration to complete it by the end of 2020. The phase will focus on nine areas of effort: