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inverse

/in·verse/ (in´vers)
1. reversed in order, effect, or nature.
2. the reciprocal of a particular quantity.
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2 in [1], the natural partial order [less than or equal to] on S is compatible with the multiplication if and only if S is a locally inverse semigroup.
Blyth, McFadden, McAlister and Almeida Santos introduced and studied amenable partially ordered inverse semigroup in [3, 5, 6, 7].
Group inverses of M-matrices and their applications.
This work describes applications of group inverses of M-matrices in areas such as matrix analysis, stochastic processes, graph theory, electrical networks, and demographic models.
The two-way ANOVA found that there is an significance difference in inverses creep behavior before and after sewing process and the creep and inverse creep before sewing process.
However, the inverses creep before and after sewing process has significant difference.
Originally published in France in 2009 by Hermes Science/Lavoisier in two volumes entitled Problemes Inverses en Imagerie et en Vision 1 et 2.
After running a query, DataCheck presents the results or the inverse result set, allowing the data to be divided into matches and inverses or errors.
The veneer was dried and scanned using a commercial stress-wave analyzer, and the inverses of log and veneer stress-wave speeds were compared.
Stress-wave speeds are reported here using a common convention in the wood products industry: inverse of stress-wave speed (time/distance).
Matrix theory; from generalized inverses to Jordan form.
XA is known as the Moore Penrose inverse and it is denoted by [A.