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quasi

adjective Seemingly; virtual; constructively valid.
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Nagaraja introduced the concept of N(k)-mixed quasi Einstein manifold and mixed quasi constant curvature.A non flat Riemannian manifold ([M.sup.n], g) is called a N(k)-mixed quasi Einstein manifold [11] if its Ricci tensor of type (0, 2) is non zero and satisfies the condition
The complement of an intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform open set is an intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform closed set.
Aslam Noor: Generalized multivalued quasi variational inequalities (II), Comput.
Lewinsohn, Contract Distinguished from Quasi Contract, 2 CALIF.
If a function f: X [right arrow] Y is quasi sg-open, then sg- Int([f.sup.-1](G)) [subset] [f.sup.-1](Int(G)) for every subset G of Y .
To answer this question, the court distinguished in rem and quasi in rem proceedings.
It is Dante again who makes this link clear when in the Convivio he questions himself on the legitimacy of "parlare di se medesimo." The "quasi comento" is after all a comment on his own life.
This is similar to the percentage in quasi government sector and slightly less than in the for-profit sector.
The implications of quasi-market failure for both quasi markets and progressive reform institutions are discussed in the conclusion.
43 reinforced an earlier rule permitting an accounting procedure known as a corporate readjustment--or more commonly, a quasi reorganization.
This paper aspires to overtly enunciate the notion of intuitionistic fuzzy quasi weakly generalized continuous mappings in intuitionistic fuzzy topological space and study some of their properties.
Quae est ista quae progreditur quasi aurora consurgens,