point function

point function

[′pȯint ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A function whose values are points.
(physics)
A quantity whose value depends on the location of a point in space, such as an electric field, pressure, temperature, or density.
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In other words, SFS all options that maximize the point function are arranged in the ascending order.
Datu Pax Ali Mangudadatu, the president of Ateneo de Davao University high school student council, said some 500 student leaders from Mindanao are expected to attend the congress themed "Empowering the 21st High School Students Leaders" at the Sunny Point function plaza in Davao City.
Under appropriate restrictions on the a parameters, this transform is attractive, which implies the existence of a fixed point function [bar.
Keep in mind that the Reynolds Number is a point function, and the flow can vary between laminar and turbulent over a very small distance.
Both Za and Zb can be expressed as a driving point function [1] where the roots of the function are the impedance poles (maximum impedance frequencies).
Cost cutting BAS settings and set point functions let operators set temperature changeable any time.
Certain inventory control point functions for consumable items (budget and funding, contracting, cataloging, requisition processing, customer services, item management, stock control, weapon system secondary item support, requirements determination, and integrated materiel management technical support) will move to DLA.
The pen is said to enable users to manipulate applications and move between them, and it also offers application zooming and flight point functions and can work without the need to touch the LCD screen.