complementary function


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complementary function

[‚käm·plə′men·trē ′fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
Any solution of the equation obtained from a given linear differential equation by replacing the inhomogeneous term with zero.
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and the remaining term is a complementary function. The complementary function corresponds to differentiation with regard to o after the factor [(z/2).sup.[sigma]] in (37a), (37b), and (37c) and replacing the dummy summation indices (k, [beta]) by (j, l) leads to
First of all, the two hemispheres of our brain (neocortex) have different but complementary functions, which neurobiologist Dr.
Receiving Officials of FIDA Abuja branch on an official visit to the Commission, Executive Secretary of the Commission, Tony Ojukwu said both organisations have complementary functions and will work to achieve the set mandate.
where {[[delta].sub.i]([epsilon])} is an asymptotic sequence and functions [[PSI].sub.i]([bar.x]) are the complementary functions that depend on [bar.x].
COMPLEMENTARY FUNCTIONS OF THE LIBRARY LEARNING COMMONS
The only limitation on combining activities is that they must "constitute complementary functions that are part of a cohesive business operation."
Development of nanotechnology has two parallel and complementary functions, one of them is the scientific basis and the development of nanotechnology, the second one is the introduction of discoveries to the practical activities," Valery Dil said.
Where [psi] and [phi] are the complementary functions of [phi] and [gamma] respectively.
Rubinelli analyzes how the systematic interaction between a law and an instruction accomplishes two discrete and complementary functions: "namely a selective function (a topos is a device to find arguments) and a guarantee function (a topos is a kind of inference link that grants the plausibility of the step from certain premises to controversial claims)" (23).
At least for the S-6, integrating these actions within the workgroup alongside complementary functions from the S-3 and S-2 will elevate the commander's support, gain access to information that can proactively lead to the implementation of network defense countermeasures, minimize risk by leveraging offensive cyber and intelligence capabilities to address threats for which no organic defensive solution exists, and achieve unity of effort.
McKesson, with its national reach, numerous complementary functions and distribution centers dispersed across the country, is well placed to continue to play a prominent role in that ongoing consolidation process.
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