integer variable

integer variable

[′int·ə·jər ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
A variable in FORTRAN whose first character is normally I, J, K, L, M, or N.
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Constraint (15) describes vehicle progression from one intersection to its immediately downstream intersection, where [x.sub.d,i] is an integer variable. Constraint (16) is specified to balance the needs of granting tram priority and improving vehicular mobility.
The model is applied to the European transmission network and has a large number of integer variables (i.e., one binary variable per possible voltage upgrade, an integer variable per HVAC line, and an integer variable per HVDC line).
This implies the fact that each X j is a discrete integer variable ranging from 1 to N2.
The second variable is an Integer variable with a name consisting of the name of the sequence, the name of the Step, and "Phase" literal.
In order to solve these problems, the real number position variable of particle in PSO must be mapped as integer variable. Different ideas are proposed in various literatures.
In the "Products for reorder" part of the code above we will retrieve the result the LINQ statement into the integer variable ReorderProducts which will hold a single value.
However, the essence of his material is virtually timeless, covering real variables, functions of real variables, complex numbers, limits of functions for a positive integer variable, limits of functions of a continuous variable, derivatives and integrals, theorems in the differential and integral calculus, the convergence of infinite series and infinite integrals, the functions of real variables (logarithmic, exponential and circular) and their real functions.
In this context it is natural to let K be an integer variable and V a positive real variable.
The empirical work uses two specifications for our PULITZER variable: a binary variable which equals one for papers which won one or more Pulitzers during the period, and an integer variable equal to the number of prizes won during the period.
Note that the variable n in (UB2) is not a program variable; rather, it is an open integer variable. This points out one of the strengths of our approach--since n car be treated as a symbolic constant within a temporal expression.
Assign the value 1234567 to a real variable, and inspect an integer variable equivalenced to it.