boundary point


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boundary point

[′bau̇n·drē ‚pȯint]
(mathematics)
In a topological space, a point of a set with the property that every neighborhood of the point contains points of both the set and its complement.
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1) The signs of [OMEGA] at two boundary points in the search segment are opposite; thus, Assumption 2 is verified.
Difference between measured and computed values of coordinate that defines position of separatrix boundary point is 4.
As the Judgment has concluded--correctly, in my view--that the 1952 Santiago Declaration in fact had not declared that the parallel starting at the boundary point on the coast constituted a maritime boundary, it seems reasonable to assume that what the Ecuadorian delegate was referring to in fact was the "principle of delimitation of waters regarding the islands", enshrined in Article 4 of the 1952 Santiago Declaration.
0], and loosening the radius of the neighboring area of boundary points, such that [?
Specifically speaking, for the case of density = 5%, the optimal boundary point is [rho] = 0.
0] be the point where l exits the spectrum of T; it is clear that it is a boundary point.
took the "knee" of the singular values spectrum in logarithmic scale as the boundary point to pick the principal components out from the noised signal subspace [14].
The stencil (big circles in Figure 1) contains three kinds of points which are the solution nodes, the PDE centres and the boundary points when the stencil intersects the domain boundary.
DELTA]: distance from a boundary point to the estimated center of a droplet
Key statement: A pneumatic tire comprises a tread-reinforcing band made of at least one spirally wound cord, wherein the band cord consists of materially identical high-strength high-modulus organic filaments, and the band cord is formed by first twisting each of the filament bunches, subjecting the first twisted bunches to a dip-and-stretch treatment, and then twisting the treated bunches together, whereby the load-elongation curve of the band cord comprises a low-modulus zone and a high-modulus zone whose boundary point is in an elongation range of from 1 to 7%, and the ratio EH/EL of a nominal elastic modulus EH of the high-modulus zone and a nominal elastic modulus EL of the low-modulus zone is in a range of from 2.
i](x,y) is the i boundary point in Euclidean space defined by x and y coordinates, and [N.
A point to notice when looking at the solutions derived from the model, is that all boundary point solutions provide a lower measure of employment instability, in terms of lower portfolio variance, than that yielded using the model's starting values based on industry structure and growth over the five years to September 2008.