partial sum

partial sum

[′pär·shəl ′səm]
(mathematics)
A partial sum of an infinite series is the sum of its first n terms for some n.
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Where LSP refers to stock prices, LOP+ and LGP+ denote the positive partial sum of oil prices and gold prices respectively.
We propose a protocol that--using a binomial tree topology and Paillier homomorphic encryption--can produce a "quick and dirty" partial sum even in the event of failures, has adjustable capability of resisting collusion, and can be completed in logarithmic time.
Therefore values of the partial sum coincide with values of [[sigma].sub.d,N] in points [mathematical expression not reproducible].
Hence the first half adder will be used to add A and B to obtain partial sum. Formerly the second half adder logic can be used to carry in to the sum produced by the half adder to get the final sum output.
There are [N.sub.s] = [(2N + 1).sup.2] Fourier coefficients in the partial sum [s.sub.N](f; x, y); that is,
For a function f having a jump-discontinuity, every traditional spectral partial sum approximation will not converge uniformly on any interval containing the discontinuity.
The partial sum of Fourier series F (t) of discrete data [f.sub.i] is given by
Similarly to the attacks to 6-round ARIA, the partial encryption and decryption using the partial sum technique are proceeded as follows.
During the hearing, the second defendant, who was the recipient of the partial sum, had hesitated to answer a question about the type of fine that was being paid off.
is a partial sum of an absolutely convergent series restricted to classes p with N(p) sufficiently large.
For example, a smooth periodic function can be approximated by trigonometric polynomials; a square-integrable smooth function can be expanded into a wavelet series and be approximated by partial sum of the wavelet series; and a smooth function on a cube can be approximated well by polynomials.