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bounded set

[¦bau̇n·dəd ′set]
(mathematics)
A collection of numbers whose absolute values are all smaller than some constant.
A set of points, the distance between any two of which is smaller than some constant.
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m], all the eigenvalues are bigger than 1 and bounded from above, if [lambda] = [[lambda].
The common term is monotone increasing in [xi], thus it can be bounded from above by its limit as [xi] - [varies]:
We can thus conclude that the effective conditioning of the continuous preconditioned problem is bounded from above by
k] (A) can be bounded from above by a geometric quantity involving Z, namely a multiple of the [L.
k](UA)/SS(A)] is bounded from above by a multiple of the [L.
Now (1) implies that the cumulative running time of recursive calls of procedure color in (C2) is bounded from above by C [(n - 1).
3) bounded from above by some fixed constant on some semicircles, whose radii tend to infinity.
The infinite sum of integrals is therefore bounded from above by a constant times the finite integral
k]'s, bounded from above by the counting function no corresponding to the case of [a.
For isotropic meshes it is then bounded from above by 1 (see Section 4).
We end this section by showing that the approximation measure a is bounded from above by 1 for isotropic meshes:
Each of these two parameters is bounded from above.