convex combination


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convex combination

[′kän‚veks ‚käm·bə′nā·shən]
(mathematics)
A linear combination of vectors in which the sum of the coefficients is 1.
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The second one is the global Malmquist index proposed by Pastor and Lovell [4] based on a technology formed from the convex combination of all data from all producers in all period.
X] has diameter 2; and X has the strong diameter 2 property if every convex combination of slices of [B.
Consider the set A' of all d x (d +1) matrices such that each column vector belongs to M and 0 is a convex combination of columns.
Therefore the efficiency loss from the overlap increases when a' is a convex combination of a and b (and b' = b, or b' is itself a convex combination of a and b).
cc] which is the convex combination of AOQL and MAAOQ, which may safeguard the interests of both producer as well as consumer by properly choosing a right combination using the gain parameter [lambda].
beta]] [m, [alpha], [lambda]] under convolution and convex combination of its elements.
i] is a convex combination of the k lagged prices values (i.
In fact, the convex combination of these point vectors can form a feasible domain of weight vectors of the decision objects [4].
Equal consumption, when combined with efficiency, requires superequity (that is, no agent would strictly prefer any convex combination of the allocations received by others to his own allocation).
In studies on "big" slice phenomena, some recent attention has been paid to Banach spaces X where the diameter of every convex combination of slices equals 2 (see, e.
B](S) is a convex combination of the choke price a and the monopoly price [P.
In [12] a convex combination of two adaptive filters with different adaptation schemes has been investigated with the aim of improving the steady state characteristics.