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normalizer

[′nȯr·mə‚līz·ər]
(mathematics)
The normalizer of a subset S of a group G is the subgroup of G consisting of all elements x such that xsx -1 is in S whenever s is in S.
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Comparing this type of characterization with characterization by orders of normalizers of Sylow subgroups, it seems that characterization by the number of Sylow subgroups is much stronger than characterization by orders of normalizers of Sylow subgroups.
These data implied that miR-16 can be used as an endogenous normalizer, although the normalization with miR-16 is different for serum and srm-exosomes and are not interchangeable.
The requirement is that the argument in the normalizer be non-zero everywhere in the domain, and thus invertible, which is necessary to compute the shape function.
G]) and, though reorganized here for clarity of our concerns, is thereby in the spirit of earlier normalizer computations (see, e.
Therefore, we chose the amount of L8 transcript in the lower blubber as a suitable normalizer gene for the comparison of gene expression levels between the different seal populations.
To these ends, we present several experiments comparing recognition performance of machine-learning and rule-based systems and also comparing the performance of a rule-based normalizer on the output of various recognition systems.
The normalizer supplies an average output level that remains constant over time to the subsequent sections of the receiver chain.
However, for a binary random variable, the normalizer can be eliminated by noticing the so-called odds, which are the following quotient:
Now each subgroup C has index 2 in its normalizer D, and by local linearity D/C acts nontrivially on Fix (C, [Sigma]) [approximately equal to] [S.
Three bits of a data path for such a single stage sequential normalizer are shown in Figure 22.
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Students marched to my office holding placards that said: 'Depart you normalizer,' and handed my secretary a letter warning me not to come back to the university," he tells me.