monotonicity


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monotonicity

[‚män·ə·tə′nis·əd·ē]
(electronics)
In an analog-to-digital converter, the condition wherein there is an increasing output for every increasing value of input voltage over the full operating range.
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Given the standard monotonicity property, the optimal income tax equilibrium (given the value of g [less than] min ([g.
The neutrosophic closing satisfies the monotonicity [for all]A,B [member of]NC([Z.
Notwithstanding the monotonicity proved in the previous step.
Goodrich, A monotonicity result for discrete fractional difference operators, Arch.
It is easy to see that weakly relaxed [eta]-[alpha] monotonicity implies weakly relaxed [eta]-[alpha] pseudomonotonicity.
It follows from (19) and (20) together with the piecewise monotonicity of the function x [right arrow] [f.
This measure is easy to compute as H, and can be calculated with ordinal data and it is superior to H because it satisfies the dimensional monotonicity property.
With strong monotonicity, for any sets of outputs in agriculture and in manufacture, ([X.
General results about interlacing, convergence, and monotonicity with respect to the parameter [lambda] can be found in [3, 8] and the references therein.
Translation invariance, homogeneity, and monotonicity are not difficult to satisfy.
The adaptive monotonicity and adaptive submodularity properties are quite natural in situations where it is generally preferable to take an action now as opposed to later (such as models of discounted rewards).