continuous extension

continuous extension

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ik′sten·shən]
(mathematics)
A continuous function which is equal to another continuous function defined on a smaller domain.
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The improvement in financial performance is primarily attributable to the continuous increase in sale of the Group's own-branded infant formula products which was mainly driven by the continuous stable increase in demand for infant formula in the PRC; the increasing recognition of the high quality standards of infant formula manufactured by the Group; the clear brand positioning implemented by the Group; and the continuous extension of the sales network and the improvements of services provided to the customers.
Deposits and Guarantees required: For the whole period of the contract signing moment to complete Supplier obligations under the contract execution moment (can be made and only a year, every year of continuous extension of) Contractor after contract signing within 5 working days required to provide (ie, must submit only the successful supplier) Customer purchase contract performance guarantee.
The evolution of supply chain management from its transportation roots might be viewed as a continuous extension of systems thinking and as a reflection of the central role transportation plays in connecting the firm to its customer and supplier bases.
All categories of consumers are fed through a common distribution network and there is continuous extension in SNGPL's network.
Moreover, the continuous extension of the parliament's term has degraded its performance and weakened the people's monitoring of the deputies, whohave heldtheir seats for more than 10 years.
Do there exist continuous involutions of D onto itself (these are continuous functions i for which i [omicron] i = id, where id is the identity map), such that i has a continuous extension with constant value at a largest possible subset of T, namely T \ {1}?
Further drill holes will be conducted to determine if this is a continuous extension of the Temrezli deposit.
Rigid cystoscopy showed a solid looking mass at the trigone, which was a continuous extension from the grossly enlarged right lobe of the prostate.
The Quran, for example, was a continuous extension of the same efforts that helped the birth of the three heavenly religions.
n] is called a continuous extension of the vector function [eta] : ri X x ri X [right arrow] [R.
In the United States in the early 20th century, two especially significant and symbolic movements took place that would alter our understanding of childhood: The first was a continuous extension upward of schooling into what we today call the teen years; the other the creation of legislation in one state after another that raised the age of sexual consent for girls.
RS] at axial points of observation behind a circular aperture and confirmed that it does represent a continuous extension of the incident field into the half space z > 0.

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