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a·symp·tot·ic

(ā'simp-tot'ik),
Pertaining to a limiting value, for example of a dependent variable, when the independent variable approaches zero or infinity.

a·symp·tot·ic

(ā'simp-tot'ik)
Pertaining to a limiting value (e.g., a dependent variable) when the independent variable approaches zero or infinity.
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The last crucial ingredient in the asymptotic analysis is expressing the multivariate normalized symmetric functions through the univariate ones.
A topological asymptotic analysis for the regularized gray-level image classification problem.
We are ready for the asymptotic analysis of the original matrix Y (and in particular, of its entries (1,1) and (2,1)).
36) that the asymptotic analysis boils down to an asymptotic evaluation of integrals of the form
Again, (11) is fundamental for the asymptotic analysis of Gelfand measures.
This one is just an easy example from which the asymptotic analysis is quite clear.
In contrast, starting with reds above blacks, asymptotic analysis of (10) shows that the total variation tends to 1 after a single shuffle when n is large.
Consequences include a precise asymptotic analysis of the stopping-time distribution--it is asymptotically normal in the "unfair" case and akin to an extreme-value (double exponential) distribution in the "fair" case--as well as a characterization of the exponentially small probability of reversing a majority.
They also describe cooperative effects in the case of queuing systems with rejection and procedures to us in the asymptotic analysis of logical systems with unreliable elements.
n] (Z) in Proposition 1, continues with an asymptotic analysis of the corresponding Poisson expectation summarized by Proposition 2, and concludes with the depoissonization argument of Proposition 3.
Asymptotic analysis and singularities; hyperbolic and dispersive PDEs and fluid mechanics.
Fulmek [6] adopted their approach for the asymptotic analysis of 2-watermelons.