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enumerable

[ē′nüm·rə·bəl]
(mathematics)
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Since v(r) is step function with r, so [mu](r) = [absolute value of [a.sub.v(r)]] [r.sup.v(r)] is differential everywhere except at an enumerable set of points of discontinuities of [absolute value of [a.sub.v(r)]] and v(r).
Agent Conflict Detection contains two function components [h.sub.4] and [h.sub.5], wherein [h.sub.5] detects the potential conflict between TYi and NTYList, to check whether two trajectories pass the same grid with the crossed time-window; [h.sub.6] mainly divides the detected matched conflicts into enumerable Nc groups, to make it convenient for the identification and resolution of the successive conflicts.
Paneva-Konovska presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the use of Bessel and Mittag-Leffler functions within the fields of mathematics and the sciences through the study of enumerable families of different classes of special functions.
where p(x) = P(X = x),x [member of] X, is the probability mass function of the random variable X and X is a finite set (e.g., {1,2, ..., n}) or an enumerable infinite set (e.g., {1,2, ...}).
Second, it also exhibits the steps from enumerations on each individual variable to those on enumerable covariate tuples.
De hecho (asumiendo, como hacemos, la tesis de Church-Turing) el conjunto de todos los algoritmos es algoritmicamente enumerable, lo que significa que hay un algoritmo [ALG.sub.E] que los enumera a todos (vease por ejemplo Hamilton 1981, pp.
Psoriasis is a common, chronic, immune-mediated inflammatory, multisystem skin disease with enumerable potential systemic complications.
The deployment of big data practices in schools is intended to accelerate the temporalities of governing by numbers, making the collection of enumerable educational data, its processes of calculation, and its consequences into an automated, real-time and recursive process materialized and operationalized "up close" from within the classroom and regulated "at a distance" by new centers of calculation that house expertise in digital methods of automated data analytics.
As from that time, the Health Ministry instituted enumerable processes, courses and seminars of permanent education, offered to professionals of the states and municipalities.
In this process, crucial were the "people in the communities who mastered the language of each of them" (Henne, 1986, p.32) who, in Ian Hacking's analytics, are the people to be categorized, the moving target whose anthropological borders continue to be delineated in the recalcitrant impulse to stabilize, render transparent, enumerable, and separable by scientific means.
at 890-92, 898 (Roberts, C.J, dissenting) (arguing that the majority's holding leaves open enumerable possibilities for litigants to argue a probability of bias).
Medicinal values of many plants are still remaining unexplored for its enumerable activity of compounds responsible for their activity.