89) And two years later, when litigants challenged a similar but more extensive antichain
law before the Supreme Court, they attached Beard's argument to their brief.
A set of pairwise incomparable elements of the root poset is called an antichain
Those invariants are being a chain, antichain
, directed poset, semiorder and satisfying a given inequality.
Let R be the poset product of a k-element chain by a denumerable antichain
While the legislation never materialized, the antichain
sentiment hung on for a long time with Boston residents, extending to other retail trade classes, from the discount arena to department stores.
Recall that a collection of sets is called an antichain
if no set in the collection contains another.
Until now its competitors were primarily the nation's 700 independent drug stores, a trade class enhanced by antiquated antichain
laws designed to inhibit chain competition by limiting both the number of drug stores any group could own and the proximity of a new drug store to an existing one.
By its minimality, the set B must form an antichain
under [less than or equal to], but since infinite antichains
are know to exist in the containment partial order, B need not be finite.
For example, if P is an antichain
, then generalized subword order on [P.
is said to be an antichain
if A is a subset of [[PHI].
is a subset A of a partially ordered set such that any two elements in A are incomparable.
Executive director for the past 10 years, Wickham, in the minds of many throughout the state, holds antichain
views and has a special disdain for Rite Aid.