independent functions

independent functions

[‚in·də′pen·dənt ′fəŋk·shənz]
(mathematics)
A set of functions such that knowledge of the values obtained by all but one of them at a point is insufficient to determine the value of the remaining function.
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We recognise that there are multiple solutions available to us in delivering our vision, one of the solutions the University may consider is a system which has integrated HR and Finance functionality, the second option being a focused best of breed solution for each of the independent functions (HR/Payroll and Finance).
The solutions to the feedback linearization problem are expressed in terms of a finite sequence of vector functions, which contain all the independent functions having certain relative degrees.
A study published in Scientific Reports last November looked at the use of a promising cell therapy to help spinal-cord injury (SCI) patients recover some independent functions soon after their injury.
He began by touching on the long-established and independent functions of lawmakers, law enforcers, and the judiciary that are essential for maintaining a democratic society.
The new SSL-1600 Vertical Sleeve Labeler features a two-lane, dual synchronized head system that provides unique speeds and can employ two independent functions for each labeling head, the company notes.
In this paper, a new intelligent neuron model is constructed based on linearly independent functions.
n]) a subset of c-many linearly independent functions such that every nonzero element of span(X) is a continuous surjection.
They also hope to discover how and when the right and left sides of the fusiform gyrus develop these independent functions by studying blind children who have their sight restored at a young age.
He added that the union, which has around 450 members at the two sites, would not be worried at the loss of a small number of managers but would be concerned if job losses increased and the independent functions of the two sites were altered.
According to him, the agents are single-stranded oligonucleotides, called U1 Adaptors, which have dual and independent functions.
For much of the world, nursing is a lowly job with poor pay, few if any independent functions, with status much the same as a personal maid, entry into practice in a three year hospital-based program with entrance requirement an eighth or tenth grade education.
The universal, dual-mode device can collect two independent functions simultaneously, and both autocorrelation and cross correlation measurements are possible, even though it uses only one twentieth the power of the original correlator.

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