Would someone please tell me what is the correct position of the adverb <dynamically> in the following sentence:
"A resource allocation procedure is responsible for establishing the set of the eligible activities for execution at each decision point dynamically".

The adverb <dynamically> actually describes the establishment process of the set. Is the sentence grammatically correct?

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Thank you for detailed answer Shawn79 Emotion: smile
Same anonymous again here. I agree with Shawn79, especially in regards to using the phrase as a common native speaker would. However, we are usually more technical when writing formally, so I thought the technical answer was appropriate. The article you cited sounds interesting.

Also Kaiss, I agree the other examples are fine. A gerund can follow "for"; I was just saying to remember that it is a noun.
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