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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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They are arranged with respect to the observed English-Polish contrast in number reflected through schematic boundedness, plexity, and discreteness, applied to the English nouns listed in Table 1 and Table 2, respectively.
4, we immediately get uniform boundedness of all of those sequences.
N] and [xi] [right arrow] L([xi]) is a convex and differentiable function, under the assumption of the local boundedness of solution u.
After preliminaries, they cover analyzing the boundedness of motion, analyzing the stability of motion, the stability of weakly perturbed systems, and the stability of systems in Banach spaces.
These will create novel ways of dealing with the issues of proximity, level playing field and boundedness that any regional study must face.
Recently, Zhang [4] studied convergence of Ishikawa iterative sequence for strongly pseudocontractive operators in arbitrary Banach spaces under the condition of removing the restriction of any boundedness.
The requirement of boundedness of the space was first removed independently by Rhoades [10] and Lal and Singh [8].
Aspects of self-organization in chaos-complexity theory include self-similarity, attractors, boundedness, stretching and folding, bifurcations, self-organized criticality, and emergence.
It takes the whole legislature -or legislative institutions, as a unit of analysis, while conceiving it as an organization that moves toward growing stability, permanence, and distinctiveness by increasing boundedness, complexity, and automicity, although subjected both to external and internal influences (4 5).
Even as the interiority and cultural narratives mobilized by the black room are part of a tradition, they did not square with the boundedness and conservatism that "traditional" implies.
Since [theta](t) is continuous over [0, T], the boundedness of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] implies the boundedness of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Spectral and boundedness radii in locally convex algebras.