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asymptote

a straight line that is closely approached by a plane curve so that the perpendicular distance between them decreases to zero as the distance from the origin increases to infinity

asymptote

[′as·əm‚tōt]
(mathematics)
A line approached by a curve in the limit as the curve approaches infinity.
The limit of the tangents to a curve as the point of contact approaches infinity.
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The RMSE, R2 and asymptotic correlation coefficients between the parameters are given in Table III.
Moreover, we adopt the conventional approach to deriving the asymptotic properties of [?
The original asymptotic expansion method can be found in [5].
In Section 2, the heat transfer model for surface grinding is presented in order to provide the framework in which the asymptotic formulas of the maximum temperature for large Peclet numbers have to be derived.
In Section 3, unidirectional asymptotic wave equations governing small-but-finite amplitude long waves in the one-dimensional, nonlinear, nonlocal elastic models are summarized.
Recently a new semi analytical method named as Optimal Homotopy Asymptotic Method (OHAM) [4-8]was introduce by Marincaand Harisanu, the background of OHAM is seem to be impressed by HPM tool, but OHAM is considered modified then other all methods.
To better understand our hypothesis test results, we perform simulations to evaluate the performance of our hypothesis tests for nested alternative return distributions, some with asymptotic tail dependence, and others that are asymptotically tail independent.
In section 5, asymptotic distribution and computational complexity of the proposed test statistic are given.
In this section, a linear matrix inequality (LMI) based criterion for the global asymptotic stability of the system (1a), (1b), (1c), (1d), (2), (4), (5a), and (5b) is established.
Keywords: Stratified ocean, internal gravity waves, asymptotic methods.
The asymptotic behavior of the localization length as a function of the frequency (or wavelength [lambda]) may be obtained by taking the corresponding limits [lambda] [flecha diestra] [infinito] or [lambda] [flecha diestra] [infinito] in Eq.
Debby asymptotic expansion of the Hankel function is written as