additivity


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ad·di·tiv·i·ty

(ad'i-tiv'i-tē),
The quality or state of being additive.

ad·di·tiv·i·ty

(ad'i-tiv'i-tē)
The quality or state of being additive.
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In addition, the game's characteristic function v satisfies super additivity which means that coalition creates new value and cooperation makes it sense.
On the basis of free volume parameters, Kelly and Buech in the year 1961 derived the composition dependent free volume additivity of the two component system at all temperature [30].
Three of them are taken into account in the group additivity calculations.
Tests of additivity resulted in errors lower than 31.5% for FBGs close to the applied loads.
Thus the additivity axiom for ind([bar.[beta]] [bar.f]; [bar.U]) gives:
These observations motivated us to extend our studies to assess whether additivity can be considered as the default assumption for the joint action of compounds on disrupting testosterone production in the human male fetus.
(1995), the model's additivity hypothesis and interaction hypotheses including attenuation hypothesis and bias hypothesis have received support in a number of studies (Bohner, Chaiken & Hunyadi, 1994; Bohner, Crow, Erb & Schwarz, 1992; Chaiken & Maheswaran, 1994; Maheswaran & Chaiken, 1991).
Despite this biological accuracy in regard to mutational additivity, the classical NK model may have limitations in representing some biological systems.
The traditional decomposition depends on the additivity of real volume measures; it requires that real aggregate output (or input) be equal to the sum of the real sectoral outputs (or inputs).
Hence, in this case where preponderance of additivity is obvious, pedigree method involving these particular parents can prove fruitful for improving this trait (Jatothu et al., 2013).