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This fraction is a strictly decreasing function of search effort, and it seems reasonable to assume that it approaches zero as search effort becomes infinite.
From, it is easy to see that a(F) is a strictly decreasing function of F.
For [I.sub.1] (C), if the condition of its existence is satisfied on some subintervals of (a[X.sup.-[gamma].sub.0], [infinity]), then it is a strictly decreasing function on these subintervals.
Moreover, these types of I(C) are strictly decreasing functions.
By using the monotonicity of weighted mean for n = 2, we conclude that g(p) is a strictly decreasing function for p [member of] (-[infinity], + [infinity]).
Proposition 1: [P.sub.out] is a strictly decreasing function of the dual variable p if Alg2' or Alg3' is applied.
Moreover, [x.sub.n,k]([lambda], c) (for a fixed value of k and n > 0) is a strictly decreasing function of [lambda].
In this case, from (5), it can be obtained that [s.sup.2](x(t)) is a strictly decreasing function of t with [s.sup.2](x(t)) [greater than or equal to] 0, [for all]t [greater than or equal to] 0, and
(ii) If u, v [member of] (-[infinity], 0], then f (u, v) isa strictly decreasing function in u, and a strictly increasing function in v.
The inequality in Equation A4 are reverted if [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is a strictly decreasing function of [Mathematical Expression Omitted].