signed measure

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signed measure

[¦sīnd ′mezh·ər]
(mathematics)
An extended real-valued function m defined on a sigma algebra of subsets of a set S such that (1) the value of m on the empty set is 0, (2) the value of m on a countable union of disjoint sets is the sum of its values on each set, and (3) m assumes at most one of the values + ∞ and - ∞.
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The real measure of reforms is the answer to these questions as well.
It will be a very real measure of how far we've come in the last 12 months.
'That's why the real measure of a person is to choose between the two, whether we stay on our animal level or we rise up to another dimension - that is to be human,' Patangan said.
The real measure of our performance is how many businesses have secured the funding they need to grow and prosper.
"It's a real measure of where they are, playing the best Irish teams."
"The maximum number of working hours during the holy month of Ramadan in private establishments for Muslim workers is six hours per day, 30 hours a week," added ONA Said Al Badi, head of Al Dhahirah Chamber of Commerce and Industry said: "The real measure of production is the level of achievement, not the number of hours spent in work and according to statistics, the production of individuals on normal days compared to the number of working hours could also be low."
Party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang in a statement posted on his Facebook page argued that the Port Dickson parliament seat - whose electorate comprises Malays at 43 per cent, Chinese (33 per cent), Indian (22 per cent), and other races (2 per cent) - does not reflect the country's racial composition, therefore Anwar's win was no real measure of his popularity among ethnic Malays.
Even Rovers teams challenging for honours have found it difficult to take three points from this fixture and it's a real measure of how far this team have come that we managed that with something to spare.
The index of crimes in countries is measured according to the laws of those countries as it considers that there are acts that constitute crimes in some countries dissimilar to other countries, which gives a real measure of the rate of crime in countries in accordance with applicable laws.
The index of crimes is measured according to the laws of the countries as there are acts that constitute crimes in some countries while they are not deemed crimes in some other countries, which gives a real measure of the crime rate in countries in accordance with applicable laws.
"I think what's going to be a real measure for us next year and the year after is that we're ompeting around the top four for the whole season, whether we get in it or not, we need to be around that place.