closed intervals

closed intervals

[¦klōzd ′in·tər·vəlz]
(mathematics)
A closed interval of real numbers, denoted by [a,b ], consists of all numbers equal to or greater than a and equal to or less than b.
References in periodicals archive ?
However, in spherical circle planes we may have two closed intervals of such touching circles in [K.
Our "augmentation" terminology does not mean to suggest that the intervals themselves are larger, just that the top and bottom elements of the corresponding closed intervals are longer.
Because the stress S and strength R are functions of these interval variables respectively, they will vary within some closed intervals [S.
n] that can be defined as the Cartesian product of n closed intervals.
As described by Deift [8, Chapter 6], information that the support consists of N [greater than or equal to] 1 disjoint closed intervals, allows one to set up a system of equations for the endpoints, from which the endpoints may be calculated.
can not explain ranking between two overlapping closed intervals.
One says that S is a set of measure 0 if S can be contained in a union, possibly infinite, of closed intervals whose lengths add up to an arbitrarily small number.
Actions that have terminated before "current time" are represented by closed intervals that have both "start time" and "stop time" attributes.
n])) is the union of finitely many disjoint nondegenerate closed intervals consisting of periodic points of f(Examples 2 to 4).
We denote the set of all real valued closed intervals by I[] Any elements of I[] is a closed interval and denoted by [bar.