extreme point


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extreme point

[ek′strēm ′pȯint]
(mathematics)
A maximum or minimum value of a function.
A point in a convex subset K of a vector space is called extreme if it does not lie on the interior of any line segment contained in K.
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We give two different proofs--one is based on properties of the extreme points of [B.
Image processing needs to be decomposed to coordinate the use of the theoretical section of its extracted extreme points and to ensure the consistency and overall trend of the BIMF decomposition characteristics of the final image.
Such mechanism may describe with an extreme point of the output link any trajectory.
The proposed algorithm extracts eight extreme points on the boundary of binary image, and then partitions the image into 5 regions by using the extreme points.
inifinity]], which is compact in the weak topology, has at least one extreme point.
To review, because expected return, [omega](Y), has, at most, one extreme point for Y > [xi], and [omega](Y) is an increasing function at Y = [xi] above [r.
If so, the LP provides a positive weight vector X such that an optimal extreme point solution [x.
This term refers to the fact that when people end up in enclaves of like-minded people, they usually move toward a more extreme point in the direction to which the group's members were originally inclined.
At the most extreme point in a conflict, you enter Level Three.
Starting with the extreme point Beckett arrives at with The Unnamable we confront a 'fictional set-up, as Badiou puts it, in which a cogito is engaged in a desperate or-deal.
Keywords and Phrases: Starlike function, Multivalent analytic function, Fractional derivative, Subordination, Extreme point, Convex set, Integral mean inequalities
Lisa Downing examines the extreme point of this association, an original topic for a full-length study.