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in·te·gral

(in-te'grăl),
1. Constituent.
2. Integrated.
3.
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When [rho] [right arrow] 1+, the ellipse [[epsilon].sub.[rho]] shrinks to the interval [-1,1], and when [rho] [right arrow] 00, the interior of [[epsilon].sub.[rho]] approaches the whole complex plane (which is useful when we deal with entire integrands such as those in Section 6).
Assuming a first-order hidden Markov model, the first integrand in (47) can be simplified to
Note that the value of [B.sub.i] is taken according to the form of integrand in (19); otherwise the nonlinear term of optimal control has no impact on the objective functional if [B.sub.i] is too small compared with the population of state variables.
Substituting (26) into (24), we can get a time-independent integrand:
The main idea of SPA is that the probability integration is approximated at the saddlepoint where the integrand has the highest contribution to the integration.
In fact, this contribution cannot but be identically zero, because the Hankel function in the integrand decays exponentially with increasing [absolute value of ([lambda])] in the upper half-plane.
(v) The integrand of the objective functional is bounded below by [mathematical expression not reproducible].
Using the same method as in Ito's classical theory, this integral can be extended to random integrands, that is, to the class of predictable processes X = {X(t, x); t [member of] [0, T], x [member of] R}, such that E [[integral].sup.T.sub.0] [[integral].sub.R] [[absolute value of (X(t, x))].sup.2] dx dt < [infinity].
Let the original function of the integrand y([x.sub.l], [x.sub.2], ..., [x.sub.n]) be Y([x.sub.1], [x.sub.2], ...,[x.sub.n]).
The integrand in (19) is the evolutionary power spectral density of the nonstationary random vibration response of the structure as
Then the asymptotics of (54) are unchanged, if the integrand is multiplied by