normalized function

normalized function

[′nȯr·mə‚līzd ′fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A function with norm one; the norm is usually given by an integral (∫|ƒ| p d μ)1/ p , 1≤ p <∞. also="" known="" as="" normal="">
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Thus, we introduce the concept of normalized function for a geometric object.
Then, [bar.g] is the m-order normalized function of a geometric object.
After S and ~z(t) have been obtained, the normalized function h(x) is defined as
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Neuron transplants have repaired brain circuitry and substantially normalized function in mice with a brain disorder, an advance indicating that key areas of the mammalian brain are more reparable than was widely believed.
therefore the normalized function [[PHI].sup.M.sub.0] (s) is
For two-dimensional structure, Bz is produced essentially by B[perpendicular to] (horizontal geomagnetic component perpendicular to the geological strike) and consequently a normalized function Bz defined as:
The numbers were significantly lower in the other groups--13% of those in the CBT-only arm and 19% of those in the placebo arm attained normalized function.
The rates were significantly lower in the other groups--13% of those in the CBT-only arm and 19% of those in the placebo arm attained normalized function.
It is known [10], that the classes [C.sub.[alpha]], [S.sup.*.sub.[alpha]] and [K.sub.[alpha]] are closed under convolution with convex univalent and normalized functions. Because [L.sub.k][g * f] = g * [L.sub.k][f] and by Theorem 2.2 [L.sub.k][f] [member of] K the results (i)-(iii) becomes obvious.
The magnitudes of several normalized functions over a span were compared to a linear profile.

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