(1) The pair had to adjust their probabilistic model to make the calculations more tractable .(2) This problem is no more tractable than that noted above, but some inferences can be made.(3) So we were looking for a case that would be tractable .(4) To sharpen our thinking, we attempt to make these models computationally tractable , even if we lack credible quantitative estimates of many of the variables and relationships.(5) The vast torque on tap makes it so tractable you can just stick it in third gear and drive it like an automatic.(6) The first one is tractable and relatively easy.(7) A more tractable alternative is to try to measure how much people want things, and then to measure how well life is going by seeing how many of their desires are satisfied.(8) A problem can be intractable under one approach and yet fully tractable under another.(9) But if 90% of what he does is positive, which it is, then that seems like a tractable problem to me.(10) One thing remains true, however: the more we analyze the problems, the more they seem to be tractable , if not now then within the relatively near future.(11) But again, that success was mostly in producing tractable zombies who didn't pose problems for their caretakers or families.(12) This system is a computationally tractable and biologically grounded model that has previously provided insights into evolutionary dynamics and fitness landscapes.(13) People are inclined to take advantage of your sympathetic, tractable nature.(14) But problems of consciousness are generally felt to be less tractable than matters of intentionality.(15) The method is computationally intensive, but for tractable cases it is the method of choice.(16) Now chance in a casino is much more tractable than chance in nature.