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finite

1. bounded in magnitude or spatial or temporal extent
2. Maths logic having a number of elements that is a natural number; able to be counted using the natural numbers less than some natural number

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Siegel's Theorem [7] implies that there are at most finitely many integral points on [?
As mentioned in [8], in a pointed finitely complete category C a point ( f, s) is strong if and only if, for any pullback as in the diagram
Since there are only finitely many such subpaths, at least one of them, say [delta], must be used an unbounded number of times.
One More Decidable Class of Finitely Ground Programs.
From the theorem of decomposition of linear operators [11, Theorem 12], we get that L has at most finitely many real eigenvalues.
A]-complexities of all the finitely generated A-modules, which will be denoted by [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Then the SGS of the direct product , finitely generated by
i] = 0 for all but finitely many i} [congruent to] [C.
His topics include how the embeddability of locally finite metric spaces into Banach space is finitely determined, constructions of embeddings, Banach spaces that do not admit uniformly coarse embeddings of expanders, applying Markov chains to embeddability problems, and Lipschitz free spaces.
If you are a first-year student unsure wither to apply for a placement next summer, I think you die finitely should.
In this paper, we study the effect of equilibrium punishment threats on cooperation in a finitely repeated prisoners' dilemma (PD) game.
Try going online to look for a more specific explanation, and it will make you glad Larson chose recognizable words, as opposed to this description from one website: A fusion category is a rigid, semisimple, linear (Vect-enriched) monoidal category, with only finitely many isomorphism classes of simple objects, such that the endomorphisms of the unit object form just the ground field k.