The

convergence factor gives an upper bound to the energy available from the electromagnetic zeropoint field and it is associated with the characteristic function H([omega]) of the zeropoint field.

The

convergence factor matrix n in adaptive fault estimation algorithm (11) is selected carefully as

A

convergence factor [rho] of the Schwarz algorithm (2.

set] is the setting reactance of distance protection, and k is the

convergence factor, which is usually set 0.

The

convergence factor [mu] and [tau] are positive constant.

When the diffusion coefficient is spatially variable, the usual approach of determining the

convergence factor is no longer straightforward.

The

Convergence Factor represents the next generation of its predecessor's research, further defined, to offer a prescriptive approach to anyone interested in achieving a convergence of business and technology within their own organization," - says Robert Nirkind, Senior Editor for AMACOM Books.

7), which means that different mesh sizes in the s-direction do not play a role for the multigrid

convergence factors.

We first observe that our theoretical

convergence factor q given by (4.

The weak approximation property for the tentative prolongator is known to give a bound on the

convergence factor of the two-level and even multilevel method.

There is a strong

convergence factor emerging between the Business Process Analysis (BPA) and the Business Process Management (BPM) sectors," said Jim Sinur, vice president with Gartner.

Adeeb denied "The existence of the separation factors between the SLC and INA," noting that "The

convergence factors exist between them.