finite series

finite series

[′fī‚nīt ′sir‚ēz]
(mathematics)
A series that has a limited number of terms.
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(It won an Eisner award in 2008 for best finite series.)
The 26-episode finite series 'Navrangi Re!' will launch in January 2019 and will go on-air, bi-weekly, over 13 weeks, on Viacom18 network's Hindi General Entertainment Channel - Rishtey, its regional language channels - COLORS Gujarati and COLORS Odia.
Maharashtra, June 30 -- No make up for the cast of YUDH Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan is poised to take the small screen by storm with his upcoming finite series YUDH, to be aired on Sony Entertainment Television.
The fact that the solutions of many nonlinear equations can be expressed as a finite series of tanh functions that motivates us to seek for the solutions of (3) in the form
It is easy to check that the finite series of G(s) is absolutely convergent for [sigma] > 5/2 and hence we have
This paper is organized as follows: In section 2, we present a finite series for an approximate solution of q in (1.3) by using a perturbation technique.
For example, where calculations by hand might otherwise be somewhat impractical, students often discover the meaning of convergence of a sequence of finite series, if they use calculators to more easily obtain several partial sums.
'I wrote Fat Friends as a finite series,' remarks Mellor.
Havel contrasted this reverence for the "veiled mystery of Being" with the Marxist presumption that reality is governed by a finite series of laws whose interrelationships can be grasped by the human mind and reduced to formulae, an approach he characterized, pace Dennett, as "the arrogant belief that the world is merely a puzzle to be solved, a machine with instructions for use waiting to be discovered."
Real coefficients of this finite series are the unknown parameters in amplitude.
The Star Plus show will be a finite series of 65 episodes.
In other words, any m x n matrix can be deducted into a equivalence matrix which including a r x r unit matrix by a finite series row elementary transformation.