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asymptote

a mathematical term used for the straight line which is a tangent to a curve at infinity.
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to obtain a strong convergence theorem for uniformly Lipschitzian asymptotically pseudocontractive mapping in real Banach space setting.
Theorem 1: Assume that all isolated subsystems (4) of systems (1) are R-controllable, all closed-loop isolated subsystems (7) are regular, causal and asymptotically stable, and there exist real numbers [mu] > 0, [delta] > 0 which satisfies that
i] can be chosen to yield an asymptotically unbiased estimator [?
1/2], up to a transition region that asymptotically decays in width at least as 1/[sigma] [square root of ln n/n]; 2) HDAFs exhibit a high degree of regularity including Gaussian decay in both time and frequency domains; and 3) the growth of the Heisenberg uncertainty product for HDAFs is asymptotically bounded by a constant times [n.
The Sargan statistic tests for over-identifying restrictions, and is asymptotically distributed as [chi square] under the null hypothesis of valid instruments.
2] to a quark system, so that strong quark-quark interactions die out, and quarks become asymptotically free in the respective intermediate states.
2] from the regressions with the national and regional ICS, as well as the Wald statistic for the joint significance test on the lags of the consumer sentiment measure, which is distributed asymptotically as a [chi square] distribution function with K degrees of freedom.
are also assumed fixed, in which case minimizing the conditional sum of squares function will be asymptotically equivalent to MLE.
We observe that the price per unit of storage purchased is asymptotically approaching zero as it falls between 35-40% per year (see "The Paradox: As Storage And Bandwith All Drop To Zero Dollars, Who Can Make A Buck?
The substitution relationship between assets is estimated from an asymptotically ideal model (AIM).
The second term, on the other hand, will converge asymptotically to a normal distribution by the Central Limit Theorem.
Egginton, (1990), 'Balancing the National Accounts: An asymptotically maximum-likelihood approach