compact support

compact support

[′käm‚pak sə‚pȯrt]
(mathematics)
The property of a function whose support is a compact set.
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for any [phi], [psi] [member of] [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], one of which has compact support, where [u.
Weber investigates a class of particular elements in Archimedean vector lattices that originated from and are closely related to continuous functions with compact support on a topological non-compact Hausdorf space.
Dispersive nonlinear systems have received a renewal of attraction since the pioneering work by Rosenau and Hyman [1] introducing the concept of solitary waves with compact support and compactons.
The 21 papers propose an algorithm for continuous piecewise affine maps of compact support, investigate the stability of cycles in gene networks with variable feedbacks, and describe polynomial maps of the affine space.
Suppose (and has compact support and let then the series convergent uniformly in a closed domain.
If u [member of] D'(R) and v [member of] D'(R), and at least one of these two distributions has compact support then their convolution defined below also belongs to D'.
The above requirements and can be combined into one: wavelet should have compact support in time and frequency domains.
1] is continuous and with compact support in R, u and [u.
where F denotes the Fourier transform, [phi] is a function with compact support, satisfying some additional conditions (see Section 1 for precise definitions).
In this work, infinitely differentiable functions with compact support are used.
I ended up working with BT for 21 years, before joining the NHS, in January, 2001, working my way up from managing a compact support service within a small Trust comprising 1,500 users, to managing a 24-hour support service to more than 12,000 users across several NHS Trusts.
n] is a countably additive, regular complex measure with compact support contained in K(see the proof of Singer's theorem in (2)).