FunctionalDependencies2

... every FD, on each insertion or modification of a tuple, by examining just one single relation instance Let R be a relation schema that is decomposed into two schemas with attribute sets X and Y, and let F be a set of FD’s over R. The projection of F on X (denoted by FX) is the set of FD’s in F+ that ...

... every FD, on each insertion or modification of a tuple, by examining just one single relation instance Let R be a relation schema that is decomposed into two schemas with attribute sets X and Y, and let F be a set of FD’s over R. The projection of F on X (denoted by FX) is the set of FD’s in F+ that ...

Extraneous Factors in the Dixon Resultant

... when the method is applied to the larger scaled system. In Section 2, the generalized Dixon method is reviewed. The resultant of a system of a nonhomogeneous polynomials is dened. The denitions of Cancellation matrix, Dixon polynomial, Dixon matrix and projection operator are reproduced from [11, ...

... when the method is applied to the larger scaled system. In Section 2, the generalized Dixon method is reviewed. The resultant of a system of a nonhomogeneous polynomials is dened. The denitions of Cancellation matrix, Dixon polynomial, Dixon matrix and projection operator are reproduced from [11, ...

Basic Concepts and Definitions of Graph Theory

... a structure depends on the characteristics of its members. On the other hand, if the location of a member is changed, the properties of the structure will again be different. Therefore the connectivity (topology) of the structure influences the performance of the whole structure. Hence it is importa ...

... a structure depends on the characteristics of its members. On the other hand, if the location of a member is changed, the properties of the structure will again be different. Therefore the connectivity (topology) of the structure influences the performance of the whole structure. Hence it is importa ...