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Lipchitz

Jacques . 1891--1973, US sculptor, born in Lithuania: he pioneered cubist sculpture
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After a four-day trial, the jury took two hours before awarding Kanaga $100,000, a third of what Robbins and Lipchitz had requested.
For the second-order [PD.sup.[alpha]]-type iterative learning control rule ([I.sub.2]) is applied to system (15), if the system matrices B, C, the order [alpha], and the Lipchitz constant [L.sub.0] together with the learning gains [mathematical expression not reproducible] satisfy the following conditions:
So, it follows that the function R is uniformly Lipchitz continuous.
[8], using a Gronwall-type inequality and assuming that a matrix B(x, t) satisfies a jointly Lipchitz inequality in x and t, established the robust exponential stability of evolution differential equations of pseudolinear form.
Substituting [e.sub.k](0) = 0 into (20), combining with the Lipchitz conditions of nonlinear term and taking Euclidean norm of both sides of (20), it can be obtained that
(7) Barr and Marga worked closely with Varian Fry of the Emergency Action Committee to help artists like Marc Chagall and Jacques Lipchitz obtain visas, and he solicited American employment for art historian Erwin Panofsky and artist Josef Albers.
25, Jacques Lipchitz exhibition, Vilnius Gaon Jewish State Museum
where [x.sub.i] [member of] [R.sup.d] is a d dimensional state vector and F : [R.sup.d] [right arrow] [R.sup.d] is the dynamic equation which obeys Lipchitz condition [23].
He had a list of some 3,000 prominent persons and managed in thirteen months, with the aid of consular officials, to get about a thousand out, including artists Marc Chagall and Jacques Lipchitz. The second, in June 1944 brought almost a thousand refugees on a military transport and housed them in a camp in upstate New York.