n-cell

n-cell

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(mathematics)
A set that is homeomorphic either with the set of points in n-dimensional euclidean space (n = 1, 2, …) whose distance from the origin is less than unity, or with the set of points whose distance from the origin is less than or equal to unity.
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'Generalised modelling and sliding mode control for n-cell cascade super-lift DC-DC converters', IET Power Electron., 4(5): 532-540.
Before we carry out the dynamics model for the N-cell system described by differential equations, we make the following declaration throughout the paper.
Let C be the n-cell 60/102 NBCA whose state transition matrix T is as the following:
Let C be the n-cell 60/102 NBCA with state transition matrix T =< 60,102,102, xxx, 102 >.
For the given n-cell 60/102 NBCA, the construction of d-regular graphs which have the maximum spectral gaps depend on the relationship between [F.sub.1] and [F.sub.2].
New from Bushnell is a Holosight that uses AA batteries instead of the current N-cell photo battery.
Cells of normal, stable morphology (N-cells) are then retrieved by centrifugation and resuspension in Ringer's.
In each case, cell-free hemolymph was subjected to a particular treatment and X activity was subsequently assayed using fresh N-cells. The activity was stable to freeze-thawing (Table 1, #1 vs.