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Observe in table 3 that the optimality gap of our method diminishes from 12.
6) can be verified for circulant matrices with a constant independent of the level i, and the V-cycle optimality can be proved.
HWSW])), the ensuing computational time in seconds, and the % optimality gap, are reported for each instance.
Scaling the third optimality criterion, material density [M.
Section II formalizes the characteristics of the oligopoly market and our notion of prior-free optimality.
Optimality Theory has been in existence since 1993 when Alan Prince and Paul Smolensky's research on this theoretical approach became available as a technical report through Rutgers University and the University of Colorado, Boulder prior to its availability in 2004 from Wiley-Blackwell (Optimality Theory: Constraint Interaction in Generative Grammar) as a print-on-demand volume.
In recent years, optimality theory, or OT (Prince and Smolensky 1993), has emerged as a new linguistic framework to deal with analyses like this one, in which structures can violate certain constraints and still be grammatical because they are doing so to satisfy other constraints with a higher priority.
i]) of multiplicative optimality criterions of a dwelling before and after refurbishment and/or renovation and the ratio ([R.
Revealing their findings in the open-access journal PLoS Computational Biology, the researchers said that their findings added to the growing evidence that animal foraging behaviour could approach optimality, and provide a basis for understanding the computations involved in this and related tasks.
The first warrant the optimality of given solutions but demand very large computing time and/or memory space.
This means storing the prototypes of classes using a common frame structure, while the membership gradations are represented with optimality functions (Zhu 1999).
However, despite the fact that [partial derivative]F / [partial derivative]K > 0, [partial derivative]Z/ [partial derivative]K >0, < [partial derivative]K/ [partial derivative]r < 0 and d r < 0; the second term on the right hand side of (8) is zero due to the optimality conditions given in equation (4).
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