# inequation

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## inequation

(ˌɪnɪˈkweɪʒən)
n
(Mathematics) maths in mathematics or logic, a statement that two things are not equal; a formula with unequal sides
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Capacity constraints for the rooms are expressed by bin-packing constraints (Cambazard and O'Sullivan 2010), while many other constraints turn into disequality or all different (Regin 1994) constraints.
That is, the superior party must accept some responsibility, if she or he, with sufficient knowledge of the 'exploitable circumstances', chooses to proceed to take value from the weaker party without first taking adequate steps in the circumstances to correct for the serious relative disequality inter se.
(2007), '"You're eating too fast!" On disequality and an ethos of convivium', Journal for Cultural Research, vol.
Diego talks for an hour about the oligarchy and about Colombia's grave crisis of disequality; about the need for schools, health clinics, employment, crop-substitution programs, agricultural-support programs, and infrastructure of all kinds; about the lack of "space" within Colombian politics, the way reformers have been subject to assassination ever since Bolivar sprinted up the Street of Sighs; about the need for a new justice system, a new economy, a new military, a new social order, a grand political discussion involving all sectors of the society, and land redistribution in all parts of the country, not just some.
For any set of possible values D, and any pair of variables, x and y, the binary disequality constraint with scope {x, y} and set of values D is defined as follows:
Since we are assuming that we have a fixed universe of possible variable names, we can consider the set of all possible binary disequality constraints over D, for all possible choices of a pair of variables.
The disequality is strong ([is greater than]) if [A.sub.n] appears preceded by ??
The disequality is strong ([is greater than]) if either [A.sub.n] appears preceded by ??
[1994], Bert and Echahed [1995], Fernandez [1992], and Ramirez and Falaschi [1993], in order to propagate (negative) bindings which can be gathered during the transformation as (disequality) constraints.
R: infinite trees [tau]: axioms defining the equality and disequality of infinite trees II: %=, [is not equal to]} [Epsilon]: as in the previous example
Example 1: The Contention Texture The contention texture (Sadeh 1991) is the extent to which variables related by a disequality compete to be assigned to the same value.
In fact, Leuschel and De Schreye [1998] achieve this by incorporating disequality constraints into the partial deduction process.
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