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nonterminating

(nɒnˈtɜːmɪˌneɪtɪŋ)
adj
without an end; unending
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Finally, Gosper's nonterminating series identity (1) follows in view of the Carlson theorem (cf.
Note that our definition of dimension can readily be generalized to nonterminating computations.
Single-payer would efficiently provide for all Americans--regardless of age, health condition, income, or employment status--universal health care that is portable, affordable, equitable, nonterminating, publicly accountable, and funded through progressive taxation, which for the average family would imply a small additional payroll tax that is much less than its current annual outlay for health insurance premiums.
Alkoxy radicals can result from hydroperoxide decomposition or can escape from the cage in nonterminating bimolecular combinations of peroxy radicals (13).
There is the danger here of nonterminating recursion, with repairs applied to failed repairs ad infinitum.
We agree here with the thesis that within the class of stochastic simulation models, one further distinction is necessary: simulations can be either terminating (sometimes called finite) or nonterminating in nature, with specific algorithms for each category (Sanchez, 2001).
From the different ways Egyptians and Babylonians expressed fractions so that they would almost never be nonterminating fractions, to the evolution of pattern recognition to finger counting to pebble counting, to the underappreciated Mayan mathematics system, to concepts of abstraction and rigor invented by Greek mathematicians such as Pythagoras, Eratosthenes, and Hippasus.
In [14], the present author investigated hypergeometric and basic hypergeometric series involving noncommutative parameters and argument (short: noncommutative hypergeometric series, and noncommutative basic or Q-hypergeometric series) over a unital ring R (or, when considering nonterminating series, over a unital Banach algebra R) from a different, nevertheless completely elementary, point of view.
In these cases, the nonterminating bargainer submits three names of arbitrators, from which the terminating bargainer strikes two names.
Planned t tests using a nonterminating Holm sequential Bonferroni procedure (Seaman, Levin, & Serlin, 1991) revealed directed-forgetting effects (A-cued [less than] F-cued word RT) in the no interference condition, t(15) = 2.
That is, we restrict our attention to nonterminating concurrent programs.
Irrational Hyenas creatures who live in the real world who laugh nonterminating.