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power set

[′pau̇·ər ‚set]
(mathematics)
The set consisting of all subsets of a given set.
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[d.sup.0.sub.x]([alpha]) [member of] P([0,1]), power set of [0,1], where [d.sup.0.sub.x](x) may be a subset, an interval, a hesitant set, a single-valued number, etc.
power set is devoted to strength-building especially for a pregnant woman's changing body; and a 60 min.
In a statement here, he said that Pakistan had been the direct target of the US aggression from the day the world power set its foot in this region.
23 deputies had lodged an appeal to the administrative court to obtain the freezing of the works of the joint co-ordination and drafting of the Constitution on the basis of alleged excess of its power set by the interior rules of the Assembly.
It's anticipated that more than 100 jobs will be created with Fraser Hydraulic Power set to increase their 35-strong workforce by 20 when they take up residence on the site.
London, United Kingdom, January 19, 2013 --(PR.com)-- A historical novel White Shanghai by Elvira Baryakina tells the story of love, money and power set against the ideological clashes of communism, nationalism and colonialism of 1920's China.
The power set of an infinite set is of the next, or successor, infinite size.
Bating first Liberty Power set a mammoth target of 197 runs in 20 overs.
Batting first, Liberty Power set a mammoth target of 197 runs in 20 overs.
YEAR OF THE PIG provides a fine story of the hunter author's pursuit of wild pigs in eleven American states, and is a power set of anecdotes that covers both hunting and ecosystem management.
The new solar facility is Sojitz's second in Germany, with the first 3MW solar power set up in Betzweiler, southern Germany, in 2010.
TURNING 30 was an uber- glitzy affair for Shahid Kapoor as several from Bollywood's power set turned up to toast the star's birthday on Friday evening.