partial order


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partial order

[′par·shəl ¦ȯrd·ər]
(mathematics)
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1 Let G = G(V, E) be a comparability graph, and let O be an acyclic orientation of E such that the comparability graph of the partial order of V induced by O agrees precisely with G.
2 in [1], the natural partial order [less than or equal to] on S is compatible with the multiplication if and only if S is a locally inverse semigroup.
Let (X,p) be a complete dualistic partial metric space, [phi]: X [right arrow] R be a function such that ((X) is compact and u< " be the partial order induced by [phi].
This partial order need not remain static throughout the agent's life-span.
Ding, The natural partial order on U-semiabundant semigroups, Scientia Magna, 3(2007), 422-462.
Abstract The natural partial order on an U-semiabundant semigroup is introduced in this paper and some properties of U-semiabundant semigroups are investigated by the natural partial order.
Deposits and Guarantees required: A first partial order is to be realized in 2015 in this regard have to be performed in a cash outflow upon presentation of a bank guarantee.
In this paper, we firstly discuss some properties of Green's ~ -relations, and then, define a natural partial order on semiabundant semigroups.
Shipping has been expedited for the purchaser to ship full or partial orders to one or multiple dealership locations or customers.
Sometimes other brick manufacturers produce and ship partial orders, creating possible color inconsistencies on a single job site.
Supply of medical furniture will be implemented based on partial orders.
For the Catalan numbers, applications dealing with lattice paths, graph theory, geometry, partial orders, sequences, pattern avoidance, partitions, and computer science are discussed.