It is worth noting that the nonlinear AC power flow constraints can be convexly
Thirdly, to distinguish between physiologic variants (1 = sharp lateral angle, 2 = concave bottom, and 3 = smooth inner lining, i.e., coding "0" in Table 1) and pathologic variants (1 = blunt/obtuse lateral angle, 2 = convexly
shaped bottom, and 3 = irregular inner lining, i.e., coding "1" in Table 1) of mild ventricular enlargements, for example, caused by asphyxic and/or hemorrhagic events, the shape of the ventricles was evaluated following the criteria (1-3) depicted in Figure 1.
Park, "Retinal nerve fiber layer converges more convexly
on normal smaller optic nerve head," Journal of Glaucoma, vol.
The use of debt incurs the risk of bankruptcy that is often described as increasing convexly
with the debt ratio.
The model has sleek, removable, hardtop roof panels, weighing less than 6 kg that are convexly
moulded to ensure maximum cabin space for the occupants.
Speed bumps will not be needed as the huge holes and loose or missing swathes of road will do concavely what the speed bumps do convexly
Similar to Beine, Docquier, and Ozden (2011, 33-34), we hypothesize that these costs are decreasing convexly
in the migrant network, [M.sub.ij], defined as the number of conational migrants already resident in province j.
Our mechanism can be applied to a general resource-demand management problem (when there are many consumers that consume convexly
priced resource), but for illustrative purposes we will make use of smart city domain to provide examples.
More precisely, the boundary of the set Im(EC) [sunset or equal to] [R.sup.2] is the union of the images of the stable equilibrium points through EC, and the image of the energy-Casimir mapping is convexly
generated by these images.
Similar to d'Aspremont and Jacquemin  and Ge (2014), we assume that d(x) is convexly
increasing in x and takes the form of
 that the investment cost of quality improvement is f([[alpha].sub.[DELTA]]), which is convexly
increasing in [[alpha].sub.[DELTA]] and is given by