regular function


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regular function

[′reg·yə·lər ′fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
An analytic function of one or more complex variables.
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Talosig is optimistic that all their stakeholders will join their crusade for environmental protection aside from their regular function in managing and supervising the technical education and skills development of the Filipinos.
Implementing search warrants issued by the courts is a regular function of the police,' Banac added.
The regular function of the PIP section, its assigned work and its regular officers could not be placed under an illegally hired consultant, more than 70 years old, in a project, argued Cheema.
The results of theory of Clifford regular function are generalizations of the classical theory of holomorphic functions in complex analysis.
Alcohol also acts as a diuretic, dehydrating you and preventing your liver from carrying out its regular function of breaking down nutrients to produce energy.
Always look for opportunities to encourage interaction and maintain those initiatives on a consistent basis so mentorship and helping one another becomes a regular function of their operations.
Last month, reports came in from China that the upcoming MacBook might have a touch OLED bar instead of the regular function keys.
The treadmill made all the difference in the world for objectively measuring how much work my patients were doing in improving their balance, being able to set achievement goals to increase their workload, speed of gait and that carried over into their regular function perfectly.
To complete the preliminary notions we note that for any slice regular function we have
Thus f is a regular function with growth (k + 1, 1).
Dopamine is a chemical messenger vital to the regular function of the central nervous system, and cocaine is known to block transporters in the brain from absorbing dopamine after its release.
The DMK patriarch on Friday questioned whether an elected government could be stalled from discharging its regular function in the name of elections.