unilateral shift

unilateral shift

[‚yü·nə‚lad·ə·rə·l ′shift]
(mathematics)
A bounded linear operator on the Milbert space of infinite sequences of complex numbers whose squared moduli form convergent series; it takes the sequence (x1, x2, …) to the sequence (0, x1, x2, …).
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ISLAMABAD -- Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Peoples' Freedom League (JKPFL) has termed any unilateral shift or flexibility on the right of self-determination disastrous for the cause of the Kashmiris, urging upon the signatories of the UN resolutions on Kashmir and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to equally mount pressure on India for honoring her commitments with the Kashmiris.
Rather than making an American military more effective for current challenges, however, Herman states that "the Obama-Gates drawdown signals a more ominous trend--a unilateral shift away from maintaining an American military that is truly second to none toward something far more modest in size and scope.
Maurice Sigouin, President, stated, "The completion of this transaction from our PSC Equipment division is a testament to our ability to implement unilateral shifts away from our core paver operations.
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