monotonic increasing function

monotonic increasing function

[‚män·ə¦tän·ik in¦krēs·ing ′fəŋk·shən] monotonic nondecreasing function
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since we have a monotonic increasing function within the grinding zone, thus
right arrow] (0,1) is a monotonic increasing function.
Using these differential equations we easily obtain bounds and asymptotic formulas for the monotonic increasing function z = [[lambda].
It is obvious from (7) and (9) that z is a positive and monotonic increasing function of the variable p > 0.
Where p is the probability of discovering cheating, it is assumed that m(p) is a monotonic increasing function of p with increasing rates and that m(0) = 0.
The conventional assumptions that k is a monotonic increasing function of t with increasing rates and that k(0) = 0 are employed.
The mean percentage of hits was a monotonic increasing function of the signal probabilities associated with the three groups, [t.
If we assume that [Epsilon]([Omega]) is a monotonic decreasing function of [Omega] then [Epsilon] is a monotonic increasing function of L, that is R[prime]u[prime]/u[up arrow] (as a function of L).
Cournot [Researches into the Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth, 1838], whose theory falls somewhere in between the two, argues that the degree of competition is a monotonic increasing function of the number of firms.
However, though extending the set of ranked schedule pairs considerably, the corollary still does not rank the universe of monotonic increasing functions.
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