Limitation may refer to:
- A disclaimer for research done in an experiment or study
- A Statute of limitations
- Physical limitations
- Limitations, a 2006 novel by Scott Turow
Other articles related to "limitations":
... Several publications have commented on limitations given to pre-release reviewers by Konami, including discussion on the length of cutscenes and size of the PS3 ... These limitations resulted in Electronic Gaming Monthly delaying its review ... Konami have withheld review code because of non-compliance with the limitations ...
... Policies - FRMP, Fairness These include Flight Time Limitations (FTL) - Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly Flight Duty Period Limitations (FDP) - Daily ... Overlapping activities, Separation of assignments, base allocation of crew members, Reserve limitations, Crew Training Requirements ...
... Due to the limitations of the CD-i, several features could not be included in the game, such as large numbers of sprites on the screen, Mode 7 and many visual effects ...
... asserted that limitations on rights must be motivated by an objective of sufficient importance ...
... It should have a summary of the findings (strengths and weaknesses), status of the hypothesis, limitations, and recommendations, implications, or applications ... Limitations will be discussed such as the statistical framework or design errors made in the beginning ... The researcher should also present the limitations or weaknesses of the study ...
Famous quotes containing the word limitations:
“The motion picture made in Hollywood, if it is to create art at all, must do so within such strangling limitations of subject and treatment that it is a blind wonder it ever achieves any distinction beyond the purely mechanical slickness of a glass and chromium bathroom.”
—Raymond Chandler (18881959)
“The limitations of pleasure cannot be overcome by more pleasure.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“No man could bring himself to reveal his true character, and, above all, his true limitations as a citizen and a Christian, his true meannesses, his true imbecilities, to his friends, or even to his wife. Honest autobiography is therefore a contradiction in terms: the moment a man considers himself, even in petto, he tries to gild and fresco himself.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)