indecomposable


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indecomposable

(ĭn-dē′kəm-pō′zə-bəl)
adj.
That cannot be separated into components: indecomposable matter.
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Then Araya proved that a noncrossing tree is sent by this map to a collection of indecomposable modules that can be ordered into an exceptional sequence and, conversely all the underlying sets of indecomposable modules coming from exceptional sequences are obtained in this way.
Denote by t the number of indecomposable summands of [T.
Wolfowitz, "Products of indecomposable, aperiodic, stochastic matrices," Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, vol.
If furthermore V is an indecomposable R[G] module and W is a submodule of V with [W.
Hussain Kazim, Manager Corporate Communications at Emarat, said that the Corporation is well aware of the risks imposed by use of regular indecomposable plastic bags on the environment.
The reliability graph of the system with an indecomposable reliability structure given in Fig.
le premier mouvement de ce qu'on appelle la deconstruction la porte vers cette critique du phantasme ou de l'axiome de la purete ou vers la decomposition analytique d'une purification qui reconduirait a la simplicite indecomposable de l'origine.
More and more aerosol and food cans, which are indecomposable, are being bought.
Wilson: Thick groups and essentially finitely indecomposable groups,Can.
An explication for this is found in the concept whole word access (Hay and Baayen 2002: 204, 2003: 102-4), which explains that, in cases where the derived word is more frequent than its base, the speaker tends to see the formation as an indecomposable entity, which may ultimately contribute to the unproductivity of the affix.
And on the other hand she has to produce apparently indecomposable substances because otherwise we would have total fluidity: "the cancellation of all individuality" and of "every product" (6).
The papers from that conference include the indecomposable continua and Julia sets of rational maps, The Henon family, the complex horseshoe locus and real parameter space, Baby Mandelbrot sets, accumulation points of iterated function systems, Siegel disks with boundaries that have only two complementary domains, non-uniform porosity for a subset of some Julia sets, and a summary of open problems.