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monomial

(mŏ-nō′mē-əl, mə-)
n.
1. Mathematics An algebraic expression consisting of only one term.
2. Biology A taxonomic name consisting of a single word.

mo·no′mi·al adj.
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(3) For monomials [m.sub.1], [m.sub.2] [member of] R and coefficients [c.sub.1], [c.sub.2] [member of] A, the least common multiple of two terms [c.sub.1][m.sub.1][e.sub.i], [c.sub.2][m.sub.2][e.sub.i] [member of] F is given by lcm ([c.sub.1][m.sub.1][e.sub.i], [c.sub.2][m.sub.2][e.sub.j]
Yang and Cao [20] proposed a monomial geometric programming subject to max-min fuzzy relation equations with the objective function being [mathematical expression not reproducible].
Here sparse means that the degree of the polynomial is 1 and there are at most m terms of monomials that are nonzero.
where [C.sub.0](v) is the sum of all the monomials that do not contain u and [C.sub.1] (u, v) is the result of dividing all u-containing monomials by u.
Let us start with the explicit expression which is obtained from expanding the exponential and differentiating the monomial, i.e.,
Let d be a monomial from the second subset and assume that the indices of its coefficients form a permutation as a product of r disjoint cycles, by the proof of the theorem 3.1 of [8], there exist another [2.sup.p] - 1 monomials, where p = r - [rho] and [rho] is the number of disjoint cycles of length 1 and 2, such that the sum of these [2.sup.p] - 1 monomials and d is given by
with [X.sub.1] := [g.sub.n] so that all the monomials [G.sub.n.sup.l], l = 1,...,k, can be computed in O([b.sup.3.sub.n] + [d.sub.n-1][b.sup.2.sub.n] + [d.sup.2.sub.n-1]pb.sub.n]).
Substituting S(r) with the Zth-degree monomial [r.sup.l], we obtain
The expressions found in Sections 3 and 4 that describe the action on monomials of the Toeplitz operators with pseudo-homogeneous symbols (both single and multisphere) are all given as integrals on the Delzant polytopes of projective spaces.
First, an introduction to Hermite polynomial tensors, monomials and their properties is presented in Section 2 using a specific notation.
(3) The N coefficients [C.sub.a,b,c] of the FOD tensor are then estimated simply by multiplying the matrix C, of size N x M containing the monomials of the rank-1 symmetric fourth order tensor formed from vectors [c.sub.j], by the resultant vector l of length M.