From that point the train traveled slowly and laboriously up the hills and mountains by steep gradients.
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Pressure gradients are weak.
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Above this point eleven rivers with steep mountain gradients have joined either the Green or the Grand or their united system.
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C, calculated for a potential gradient of 1 volt per cm.
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Other streams are too short, too shallow, or have too great gradients to use or to allow development as waterways.
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The railway from Delagoa Bay to Pretoria crosses the Drakensberg by a very steep gradient.
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This low pebbly rise is perfectly smooth, a long and gentle gradient barely seventeen feet above the plain level.
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At any single station potential gradient has a wide range of values.
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When the gradient grew easier Andrew mounted, but got down again with a frown a few minutes later.
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It's an easy gradient up a long glen.
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Our approach is a direct policy search that attempts to optimise a parameterised policy using gradient ascent.
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We describe a gradient -based approach to relational reinforcement learning (RRL) of policies for that setting.
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In the early 1980s, when Krause first suggested to the California Academy of Sciences that an ecosystem's sounds could be analyzed as rigorously as species distributions and nutrient gradients, he was politely ignored.
We describe a gradient-based approach to relational reinforcement learning (RRL) of policies for that setting.
Typically the DC area will cool off behind a cold front, when northwesterly winds help usher in a cooler airmass due to the pressure gradient force associated with an area of low pressure.
The new collection offers six men's sunglasses —complete with solid or gradient polarized lenses.
Get too close to pieces like Flow or Gradient, and dizziness can set in.
Nearly identical to the natural lens of the human eye, the technology behind the artificial lens is called "GRIN" or gradient refractive index optics.
Little is known about their movement through temperature gradients in stored grain.
ECD, thermal gradient and mud compressibility.
Moving dual gradient drilling technologies to implementation requires a systematic process.
A strong pressure gradient between high pressure to the.
Strong high pressure built down the east coast earlier this week and that created a tight pressure gradient, or difference in pressure from north to south.
In particular, every gradient phase of slope u is a minimal gradient phase.
We will use a similar approach in our gradient setting except that we will only compute relative entropies with respect to the subalgebra of gradient measurable sets.
This is not the case for general Λ when ψ is the gradient of a gradient Gibbs measure.
In each case, the gradient analog of the statement follows from the cited non-gradient result by the correspondence described in the previous section.
Lemma 8.7.1 If u ∈ UΦ and either E = R or some minimal gradient phase µu of slope u is rough, then there is a unique minimal gradient phase µu of slope u and it is extremal.