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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The courses cover convex inequalities, iosperimetr and spectral gap; two weight inequalities for fractional integral operators and commutators; composition operators on Hardy spaces; and the boundedness of Bergman projection.
R Koeinac shared his thoughts and research work with audience on 'Function Spaces and Boundedness Properties'.
Self-identity work, as West (1993b, 2004) discusses it, refers to institutionally and self-directed study in multiple traditions, which enhances agency and freedom in the face of historical boundedness, obstacles, and structural oppression.
Informality refers to 'unauthorised' physical developments; mobilities; economic transactions; and vitally, even populations that fall outside the boundedness of formal urban governance (Avni and Yiftachel, 2013).
The relevant parameter of boundedness has two values: bounded and unbounded.
As energy is being blocked on the side of the muon closer to the proton, this represents a new source of energy pushing the muon towards the proton, and adding to its boundedness.
Now we give a related result, replacing the boundedness condition of f by certain integrability conditions of f and of (EQ.
Through the use of wavelet methods in harmonic analysis, we plan to shed new light on characterizations for boundedness of multi-parameter versions of classical Hankel operators in a variety of settings.
with the willingness to lose cultural boundedness," she writes,
This boundedness is the fundamental theme underscoring, expressing and exemplifying such cultural shifts as the rise of ecological understanding, the deepening of environmental consciousness, the potentially transformative insights of ecological economics and the arrival of preemptive mourning for a deteriorating future.
1) including their boundedness, integrability, and the stability and global asymptotic stability of the zero solution.