measure space

measure space

[′mezh·ər ‚spās]
(mathematics)
A set together with a sigma-algebra of subsets of the set and a measure defined on this sigma-algebra.
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It will measure space weather And take images of the Earth.
UKube-1 is a UK Space Agency mission that will include experiments to use Global Positioning System technology to measure space weather and to test how cosmic radiation could improve the security of communications satellites.
Throughout this section, (T, [summation], [mu]) is the measure space in which T is a tetrahedron with volume V, [summation] is the [sigma]-algebra of all tetrahedra generated by Beys subdivision method [1] and [mu] is the Lebesgue measure.
Measurement for 3D points--we can measure space parameters for points that are visible from more than one view.
It is to measure space, E=MC2 it is whatever we do to calibrate the mystery of time made precious by its passing.
Kawamura, Chaotic maps on a measure space and the behavior of the orbit of a state, Tokyo Jour.
In the article this question is answered affirmatively in certain cases where the 'range' Banach couple is a couple of lattices on the same measure space.
Like the rest of Manhattan, leasing activity in Midtown offered up mixed signals in the third quarter: Both the amount of space leased and asking rents fell, but availability rates -- which measure space available for rent now or in the next 12 months -- tightened, the Cassidy Turley stats showed.
This technique is very useful for generalization of the differential operators to operators for an arbitrary measure space.
The satellite is designed to study terrestrial and marine ecosystems, measure space radiation and determine variability in the atmospheric structure, provide measurements of the geomagnetic field and measure the long wavelength component of the gravity field.