boundedness


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boundedness

(ˈbaʊndɪdnəs)
n
the quality of being bounded
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Noun1.boundedness - the quality of being finite
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
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As determinant factors he recalled: "the territorial boundedness of separate cultural populations in their own << homelands>>; the shared nature of myths of origin and historical memories of the community; the common bond of a mass, standardized culture; a common territorial division of labour, with mobility for all members and ownership of resources by all members in the homeland; the possession by all members of a unified system of common legal rights and duties under common laws and institutions".
Natural boundary conditions for the description of wave run-up on a beach are boundedness of the wave field (water flow velocity and displacement) far offshore ([sigma] [right arrow] [infinity] or H and at the coast ([sigma] = 0 or H = 0).
cpn Report generated: Tue Jan 6 12:19:55 2015 Statistics State Space Nodes: 20868 Arcs: 81703 Secs: 300 Status: Partial Scc Graph Nodes: 20868 Arcs: 81703 Secs: 2 Boundedness Properties Best Integer Bounds Upper Lower New_Page'Device 1 11 0 New_Page'Location 1 11 0 New_Page'Policy 1 1 0 New_Page'Scenario 1 2 0 New_Page'Security_ Policies_Validator 1 66 0 New_Page'Time 1 33 0 New_Page'User 1 12 0 New_Page'operation 1 33 0 Home Properties Home Markings None Liveness Properties Dead Markings 8015 [20868, 20867, 20866, 20865, ,.
the exact definition of the boundedness of China (does it include only the mainland or does it also include Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan?
In this case, one needs to ensure uniform boundedness of those approximations as well as the subconvergence property [[pi].
Before the session closed, Teresa Whitney returned us to the LSE Faith Centre with her paper on student responses to a new physical environment, which is becoming an important channel of communication between previously distinct student groups to indicate both inclusiveness and boundedness.
The primary cinematic process is one in which my ordinary boundedness and self-possession are dissolved, captured and organized for a while by the cinema itself.
rigidity, boundedness refers to the existence of some aggregate
It is, however, more luminously legible in Bailey's terms as turning on the conceit of debt bondage: its dialogue is structured around the identifications of freedom, invisibility, detachment, and credit, as opposed to imprisonment, bodily vulnerability, boundedness and debt.
None of these findings support a notion of clear national boundedness and an intrinsic preference of people for one group or another.
In the united States, at least in the Catholic community, we have tended to understand our boundedness through the structures of parish and diocese.
Similarly, FPOWA and FPOWG, FPOWHA and FPOWQA operators have also the following properties: Commutativity, Idempotency and Boundedness.