disjoint sets


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disjoint sets

[dis′jȯint ′sets]
(mathematics)
Sets with no elements in common.
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T] for any disjoint sets S and T, which is natural in S and T, and is associative.
There are formulas from disjoint sets that can be applied for finding negative rules.
We say G is c-interconnected if, for every pair of disjoint sets [S.
By identifying relations between biomedical concepts in disjoint sets of articles, the method implements the Swanson's [4] ABC model approach.
Recall that [alpha],[beta] being cardinal numbers, [alpha] = [absolute value of A], [beta] = [absolute value of B] where, A,B are disjoint sets, the sum [alpha] + [beta] is the cardinal number [gamma] = [absolute value of A [union] B] Y Concerning an infinite sum, if the sets [A.
Since v-components are disjoint sets, it follows that C is not contained in any other v-component of U.
The set V can be partitioned into two disjoint sets P and T such that V = P [union] T, P [intersection] T = [empty set], and for each directed arc, [a.
A family F of closed sets in a space X is separating if S is closed subset in X and x [member of] S implies there are disjoint sets [F.
By definition, A, B and C are three mutually disjoint sets whose union is K = R.
Since each special vertex has more than g descendents, and the descendents of any two special vertices form disjoint sets, there are O(n/g) special vertices.