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bounded

The limitation of a system’s behaviour to a region of state space; bounded signals cannot have behaviour that approaches infinity.
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For the second limit, we have used the boundedness of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; see Lemma 5.
Aspects of this theory such as nonlinearity, attractors, boundedness, and self-organization can provide a new perspective on demonology as well as offer a way to reconcile some of the apparent ambiguities in biblical studies and theology.
Roberts, Boundedness of the solutions of differential equations with "maxima", Int.
Since the space is of compact support and taking into consideration that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the estimates and boundedness of the solution representation showed that
The Bessel condition guarantees the boundedness of Bx and as a consequence, that of [B*.
One major objective in system design is to obtain a live, bounded and reversible system--liveness implies freeness of deadlocks, and boundedness implies absence of capacity overflows, while reversibility refers to recoverability.
to tackle the issue of the boundedness of fair trade labels.
Boundedness and motionlessness of monolithic surroundings through a relationship basis enabled the computer's larger executive power and indirectly the one of the user as well.
TPN can systematically analyze construction process models in a formal manner by utilizing several inherent properties including reachability and reversibility, absence of deadlock, liveness, boundedness and mutual exclusion.
What she calls the "container" concept (itself reminiscent of a kind of geographical boundedness that globalization undoes) will need to be revised.
Augmented marked graphs possess a special structure for modelling common resources as well as some desirable properties pertaining to liveness, boundedness, reversibility and conservativeness.
We must abandon an undue attachment to the boundedness of the traditions for which many now claim to speak.