numerosity


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Noun1.numerosity - a large number
number, figure - the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals; "he had a number of chores to do"; "the number of parameters is small"; "the figure was about a thousand"
multitudinousness - a very large number (especially of people)
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The contributions of numerosity and domain-general abilities to school readiness.
Because 3-D printing increases the numerosity of small-scale sellers as well as their potential for liability, methods to limit the scope of strict products liability for these sellers should be more thoughtfully considered.
Courts have ruled that a failsafe class fails to establish numerosity, given that there will be no class members if the plaintiffs lose.
Fulfills twin criteria of numerosity and commonality.
Given the numerosity of [section] 1983 claims and habeas petitions filed each year, (367) the stakes in this area of the law are high.
Further, the amended complaint contains 16 pages dedicated solely to factual allegations surrounding the requirements of Rule 23 C namely, numerosity, commonality, typicality, and adequate representation C in addition to the requirements of Rule 23(b).
Potential for Peer Pressure and Problems of Numerosity
66) Rather than grappling with an open-ended panoply of transaction costs, they identify one particular friction as especially significant: on my reading of their work, it seems that the numerosity of participants is the key variable in determining the scale of transaction costs.
Previous studies have hinted that some nerve-cell clusters in this area are also involved in numerosity, the mathematical equivalent of literacy.
While it a well known fact that human brain has topographical maps for the primary senses, such as sight, hearing and touch, for the first time a map for numerosity, or number sense has been discovered, according to Live Science.
Freudenthal (1973) described four aspects of number: counting number, numerosity number ("manyness"), measurement number, and reckoning number.
With regard to the scale used in the questionnaire (lower values meaning consensus, higher values disagreement), which is reversed in comparison with a commonly used scale, it was necessary, when interpreting the extent of dependency closeness, also to observe the numerosity of possibilities with the individual units.