comparable functions

comparable functions

[′käm·prə·bəl ′fəŋk·shənz]
(mathematics)
Two real-valued functions with a common domain of definition such that the values of one of the functions are equal to or greater than the values of the other for all the points in this domain.
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"There is a need for an interim measure to augment the salaries of BI employees, in recognition of the indispensability of their functions, the apparent disparity between the basic pay of BI employees and employees of agencies performing comparable functions and to promote the continuous and unhampered delivery of basic government services."
It said the Congress has yet to pass a new immigration act that will update the BI's compensation system, thus the need for an interim measure that will augment the employees' pay "in recognition of the indispensability of their functions, the apparent disparity between the basic pay of BI employees and employees of other agencies performing comparable functions, and to promote the continuous and unhampered delivery of basic government services.
Though interactive devices have comparable functions, each of these devices is unique.
However, by looking at the features and functions of a Recorded Future or another company with comparable functions such as Digital Reasoning, it's evident that there's an increasing demand for smart systems.
"Our intuition is that this response is likely to occur under similar conditions in humans because the brain areas involved are present in all vertebrates and perform comparable functions," said Russ Fernald, a professor of biology.
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We say that u, v, are comparable functions in the set A if there exists a positive constant c such that [c.sup.-1]u [less than or equal to] v [less than or equal to] cu a.e.