a) An example top-k join query and the corresponding join cardinalities
of join subspaces, and (b) estimates of the corresponding top-k candidate space.
If these cardinalities
are equal then, by Theorem 2.
3 shows the frontiers in the mean-TEV plane when considering the same cardinalities
as in Fig.
A REA diagram showing connectivity and cardinalities
(including whether participation is optional or mandatory).
Because this effect involves proper substrings of the complete generator, it only produces additional transpositions of relatively small fields (with cardinalities
less than l).
Typical concepts supported by most data modeling methodologies include entities, relationships, attributes, generalization, aggregation, and cardinalities
Then it is easy to see that when searching for a set packing on L = L[prime] [union] L[double prime] (where the maximum set cardinality is [Delta]), since there is no selection condition on the set cardinalities
, Algorithm 13 could provide set L[double prime] as the solution of the problem; on the other hand, the optimal solution is exactly the set L[prime], and therefore an approximation ratio equal to 1/[Delta] is attained by the algorithm.
For example, one table lists the set classes of cardinalities
three through nine according to ic-1 content, listing first the sets with no semitones, then those with exactly one ic 1, two ics 1, and so on.
Although macro-level models use data model notation, they are not conventional data models: cardinalities
, which describe the number of relationships of a certain type that an entity belonging to a certain entity type can have, are not necessarily assigned to relationship types on this level and entity types do not contain attributes.
In-place editing of link labels, roles, and cardinalities
Given a space X, the cardinal s(X) called the spread of X, is the supremum of cardinalities
of discrete subsets of X.
A] (x)), x [member of] X) a neutrosophic set in X, first, we define two cardinalities
of a neutrosophic set