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A function D : NS(U) x NS(U) [right arrow] R is a divergence measure of neutrosophic sets if it satisfies the following conditions:
So we simulated the photovoltaic characteristics of triple-junction cells under the illumination of light sources with different divergence angles.
Furthermore, it possesses enough sequence divergence required for species discrimination (Hebert et al., 2003 b).
"The outcome is likely to be increased divergence between those economies that have built up resilience, like the US and India, and those that are vulnerable to negative shocks, like Brazil, South Africa and Turkey."
The quality of received signal and BER is analysed for various transmitter beam divergence angles.
In terms of what Allianz-owned PIMCO is thinking about its portfolio holdings, El-Erian says dealing with divergence is the name of the game for the bond shop, as well as for others managing money.
At least a half-dozen cases of linguistic divergence can be found around the world, often resulting from the desire of a national or ethnic group to assert a separate identity.
Divergence soils in geotechnical engineering are among the most problematic soils and monuments as one of the causes of soil degradation are the hydraulic structures - dirt and water channels have been the source of many injuries [8].
Once a divergence develops, it is important to monitor the following.
But experts said that while borrowing for house purchases looks set to lift further in the next few months, the latest figures also showed a "striking divergence" between the pick-up in lending to households and borrowing by businesses.
Kidapawan City - "Convergence, not divergence." This was the message of former peace adviser Jesus Dureza to elusive Moro leader Professor Nur Misuari now that the talks between the government and another Moro rebel group are already yielding "good results."