cardinality


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cardinality

(ˌkɑːdɪˈnælɪtɪ)
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1. (Mathematics) maths the property of possessing a cardinal number
2. (Mathematics) maths logic (of a class) the cardinal number associated with the given class. Two classes have the same cardinality if they can be put in one-to-one correspondence
3. (Logic) maths logic (of a class) the cardinal number associated with the given class. Two classes have the same cardinality if they can be put in one-to-one correspondence
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Noun1.cardinality - (mathematics) the number of elements in a set or group (considered as a property of that grouping)
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
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cardinalidade
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3 provides the distance and cardinality of two single valued neutrosophic rough sets with suitable example.
The ideals of I_n and T_n are well known and easy to describe in terms of the ranks of elements, where the rank of a map f and is the cardinality of the image of f.
Table I represents a general model for classification problem where E is the set of examples with cardinality (Q) and F is the set of features with cardinality (M).
We give (5 + [epsilon]) factor approximation for the problem using local search technique, violating cardinality by a factor of 3.
A resolving set of a minimum cardinality is called a minimum resolving set or a basis of G and this cardinality is the dimension dim(G) of G.
The codes and their corresponding parameters including length, weight, cardinality (the number of available code-words), and correlation probabilities are shown in Table 1.
The book presents CRA/CSA instructional sequences for learning various elementary math concepts, from number sense and cardinality through basic operations, fractions, and operations with fractions.
(There are certain nuances that could cause a recompile before finishing, but that is a bit outside of the scope of this discussion.) The quality of that query plan is wholly dependent on the quality of the cardinality estimates (i.e., an estimate of the number of rows of data involved in an operation); the order of the operations, such as joins; and the physical algorithms used to process the query, such as whether SQL Server spills an intermediate worktable to tempdb.
Jennifer Throndsen, Beth MacDonald and Jessica Hunt from the USA, highlight the importance of building solid foundations, such as the concept of cardinality for students in the earliest years.
As an immediate corollary, he obtained an upper bound for the number of rational points on a geometrically irreducible nonsingular curve [??] of genus g([??]) over a finite field of cardinality q, namely
Three objectives are applied to optimize each base classifier's performance, that is, maximizing classifier's classification accuracy rate, maximizing dissimilarity between classifiers, and minimizing cardinality of features.