There is a finite number of incumbents and a

countably infinite number of outside companies that can enter the market at cost c.

Shahzad: Convergence theorems for equilibrium problem, variational inequality problem and

countably infinite relatively quasi-nonexpansive mappings, Appl.

x] = {v [member of] V: v(x) [member of] Z} is a periodic arrangement of

countably many shifts of the hyperplane [H.

The set of experts is modeled as

countably infinite, but our arguments will not hinge on this assumption; see discussion in Section V.

We did not discuss representation systems for

countably infinite sets of objects.

They are skeptical of the idea of

countably additive experience (20)--the value of direct and denatured comparison of the history of the transcontinentals with the relevant history of the railroads in France, Prussia/Germany, or, say, India.

A subset A of X is called I-sequentially

countably compact if any infinite subset A has at least one I-sequentially accumulation point in A.

Using this and the definition of

countably additive, we see that [zeta] [member of] [[SIGMA].

When dealing with such problems, we are given a finite or

countably infinite set of solutions from which we have to find the one that minimizes or maximizes the given function (Michiels et al.

I

Countably normed spaces on polyhedral domains, Proc.

1] can be expressed as a disjoint union of a class C of

countably infinite sets, the cardinality of C being [[omega].

Let [mu] be a

countably additive, regular, vector valued, Borel measure on R taking values in [B *.