On bitopological spaces - Iowa State University Digital Repository

... done by Fletcher [3] et al., Kim L9j, Lane [10], Patty [13], Pervin [14], Reilly [16] and others. Reilly [I6] discusses separation properties of bitopo logical spaces at some length in his Ph.D. dissertation. ...

... done by Fletcher [3] et al., Kim L9j, Lane [10], Patty [13], Pervin [14], Reilly [16] and others. Reilly [I6] discusses separation properties of bitopo logical spaces at some length in his Ph.D. dissertation. ...

Study Period < Useful Life

... increased revenues, reduced costs, or both. – "Do nothing" (DN) is usually an implicit investment alternative. – If positive cash flows > negative cash flows, then IRR>0. – If EW(MARR)>0, investment is profitable, or if EW(MARR)<0, do nothing (DN) is better, where EW refers to an equivalent worth ...

... increased revenues, reduced costs, or both. – "Do nothing" (DN) is usually an implicit investment alternative. – If positive cash flows > negative cash flows, then IRR>0. – If EW(MARR)>0, investment is profitable, or if EW(MARR)<0, do nothing (DN) is better, where EW refers to an equivalent worth ...

Kein Folientitel

... Multi-dimensional conception of the ”good”, Non-persons or future persons may be considered explicitly. ...

... Multi-dimensional conception of the ”good”, Non-persons or future persons may be considered explicitly. ...

S 2

... • Can we solve the problem for other objects? (sets, sequences, graphs,…) • For graphs, maybe yes, but not sure for the practical performance • For sets, Hamming distance is not preferable. for large sets, many difference should be allowed. • For continuous objects, such as points in Euclidian space ...

... • Can we solve the problem for other objects? (sets, sequences, graphs,…) • For graphs, maybe yes, but not sure for the practical performance • For sets, Hamming distance is not preferable. for large sets, many difference should be allowed. • For continuous objects, such as points in Euclidian space ...

Lecture 4

... Flexible Geometric Hashing Exploit the fact that neighboring parts share the joint - accumulate mutual information at the joint. Achieve complexity of the same order of magnitude as in rigid alignment. ...

... Flexible Geometric Hashing Exploit the fact that neighboring parts share the joint - accumulate mutual information at the joint. Achieve complexity of the same order of magnitude as in rigid alignment. ...

defining small states

... SMALL STATES AS ACTORS: typical of Realist approach – states as the main actors in IR. Of use in context of European integration? SMALL STATES AS ARENAS FOR ACTORS: seen in Realism, Liberal internationalism and Constructivism. Emphasis on state as a context for ...

... SMALL STATES AS ACTORS: typical of Realist approach – states as the main actors in IR. Of use in context of European integration? SMALL STATES AS ARENAS FOR ACTORS: seen in Realism, Liberal internationalism and Constructivism. Emphasis on state as a context for ...

Path-independent choices

... of X, the choice over S is a lottery in which at most two elements of S participate with positive probability. In particular, the choice over the entire set of candidates is a lottery over two candidates at most. Thus, even if there are three or more candidates that are symmetric with respect to the ...

... of X, the choice over S is a lottery in which at most two elements of S participate with positive probability. In particular, the choice over the entire set of candidates is a lottery over two candidates at most. Thus, even if there are three or more candidates that are symmetric with respect to the ...

a-MULTIPLICATIONS 1. Definition and basic properties 1 2. The

... Proposition 1.5. Let (X, ι) be as above and let a and b be invertible ideals in O E . Then we have: X . (i) λbXa λaX is canonically isomorphic to λba (ii) deg(λaX ) = Nm(a) = [O E : a]. (iii) a ⊂ b if and only if there exists a homomorphism ϕ : Xa → Xb with ϕλbX = λaX . This homomorphism is then a m ...

... Proposition 1.5. Let (X, ι) be as above and let a and b be invertible ideals in O E . Then we have: X . (i) λbXa λaX is canonically isomorphic to λba (ii) deg(λaX ) = Nm(a) = [O E : a]. (iii) a ⊂ b if and only if there exists a homomorphism ϕ : Xa → Xb with ϕλbX = λaX . This homomorphism is then a m ...

ordered pair - Kyrene School District

... Cities, towns, and neighborhoods are often laid out on a grid. This makes it easier to map and find locations. A coordinate grid is formed by horizontal and vertical lines and is used to locate points. Each point on a coordinate grid can be located by using an ordered pair of numbers, such as (4, 6) ...

... Cities, towns, and neighborhoods are often laid out on a grid. This makes it easier to map and find locations. A coordinate grid is formed by horizontal and vertical lines and is used to locate points. Each point on a coordinate grid can be located by using an ordered pair of numbers, such as (4, 6) ...

ordered pair

... What is the largest 6-digit number with each digit different and no digit a prime number? ...

... What is the largest 6-digit number with each digit different and no digit a prime number? ...

Abstract

... What could be simpler than to study sums and products of integers? Well maybe it is not so simple since there is a major unsolved problem: For arbitrarily large numbers N, can there be sets of N positive integers where both the number of pairwise sums and pairwise products is less than N^{3/2}? No o ...

... What could be simpler than to study sums and products of integers? Well maybe it is not so simple since there is a major unsolved problem: For arbitrarily large numbers N, can there be sets of N positive integers where both the number of pairwise sums and pairwise products is less than N^{3/2}? No o ...

K.OA Task 5f - K-2 Formative Instructional and Assessment Tasks

... Operations and Algebraic Thinking Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from. K.OA.3 Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by ...

... Operations and Algebraic Thinking Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from. K.OA.3 Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by ...

Sample Solutions

... row count as three pairs, not two). In the initial state, we have the pairs (Q1, Q2), (Q1, Q3), (Q2, Q3), (Q2, Q4), (Q3, Q4), making its value 5. Moving Q1 to A1 removes the pairs (Q1, Q2) and (Q1, Q3), decreasing the value by 2. Moving it to A3 removes the pair (Q1, Q3), but adds the pair (Q1, Q4). ...

... row count as three pairs, not two). In the initial state, we have the pairs (Q1, Q2), (Q1, Q3), (Q2, Q3), (Q2, Q4), (Q3, Q4), making its value 5. Moving Q1 to A1 removes the pairs (Q1, Q2) and (Q1, Q3), decreasing the value by 2. Moving it to A3 removes the pair (Q1, Q3), but adds the pair (Q1, Q4). ...