implicit function


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implicit function

n.
A function whose value can only be computed indirectly from one or more of the independent variables. For example, in the equation x2 + y2 = 1, y is an implicit function of x.
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The condition (2.2) implies that in a neighbourhood of the solution, we can solve z = [chi](t, y) from the second equation of (2.1) by the Implicit Function Theorem.
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Firstly, Boolean operations based on R-functions are introduced to generate an implicit function for expressing a geometric object.
By implicit function theorem, there exists [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] such that (10) has a unique solution ([lambda], [M.sub.2], [M.sub.3]) satisfying [lambda], [M.sub.2] > 0 and [M.sub.3] > 0.
Recently this method of variable projection has been extended in a restricted sense [14] in the field of inverse problems, which is not related to our method of either modeling or optimization, nor is the methodology related to the implicit function properties.
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Then, the function values [f.sub.i](x) can be calculated from each local implicit function defined in {[[OMEGA].sub.i]} (Fig.
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Maximizing the discounted value of U with respect to [X.sub.g] and [X.sub.b] and using the implicit function rule, one gets [dX.sub.g]/dY < 0, where Y is the total income of all households.