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decomposition

[dē‚käm·pə′zish·ən]
(chemistry)
The more or less permanent structural breakdown of a molecule into simpler molecules or atoms.
(geochemistry)
(mathematics)
The expression of a fraction as a sum of partial fractions.
The representation of a set as the union of pairwise disjoint subsets.
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Przemski: On the various decompositions of continuous and weakly continuous functions, Acta Math.
The next section will generalize what I have found in this illustration for applications of detailed decompositions when the regression equation includes several sets of categorical variables (e.
The variance decompositions based on Equation 5 critically depend on the ordering of [Y.
The performance of waterborne polymers in film applications can be better understood through inter-particle diffusion and the decomposition of the ammonium acrylate moieties (acid-salts) to acrylic acid moieties and ammonia.
Since the link-cell algorithm we used in the sequential and replicated data approaches breaks the simulation space into domains, it seems natural to map this geometrical, or domain, decomposition onto separate processors.
There are certain key properties attached to strong RRCh factorization, the importance of which is discussed by Higham in the context of backward stability in his work on Cholesky decomposition of semi-definite matrices.
general elaboration of multiple decomposition perspectives and
The decomposition products are typically flammable gases that appear as white vapors.
A couple of definitions regarding minimal decompositions are necessary.
Routines include: one- and two-dimensional fast Fourier transforms (FFTs), linear equation solvers, singular value decompositions, linear and quadratic optimizers, algorithms for polynomial fitting, functions for filtering, several robust random number generators, and much more.
The thennal decomposition processes of some polymeric materials bearing phenol group have reported by El-Shekeil et al.
Thus, hardly interesting properties of tree decompositions remain invariant by the addition of new edges into an original graph.