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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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The space [C.sub.c] (X) has a fundamental bounded resolution if and only if (X, M), where M is the uniformity for X generated by the pseudometrics
for each bounded set A of [C.sub.c](X), has a G-base.
Factors Favoring the Choice of a Bounded Institutional
EPA Regulations: The Case Against Bounded Institutions
Notwithstanding the common background of the two sets of ideas, it was only in 1983 that the article 'system dynamics: portraying bounded rationality' by Morecroft explicitly addressed bounded rationality in a system dynamics context.
Morecroft is convinced that bounded rationality is a basic concept in every social system.
If error in production, craft, and repair occupations was below 10%, their return is bounded below the return for operators, fabricators, and laborers.
Thus, our analysis applies to such graphics applications as animation and collision detection, where scenes tend to have bounded average aspect ratio and bounded scale factor.
Collision detection in aspect and scale bounded polyhedra.
Seeley participated in a scientific workshop on bounded rationality held in March at the Free University in Berlin.
In joint position papers written at the end of the workshop, they concluded that bounded rationality may help clarify how emotions, consensus-building cues in small groups, and cultural norms simplify human reasoning--for better and for worse.
Ironically, when we economists make the people in our models more "bounded" in their rationality and more diverse in their understanding of the environment, we must be smarter, because our models become larger and more demanding mathematically and econometrically [p.