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limit point

n.
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limit point

n
(Mathematics) maths (of a set) a point that is the limit of a sequence of points in the set. Also called: accumulation point
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Noun1.limit point - the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity
indefinite quantity - an estimated quantity
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I Fainally,we used these points [[NCP.sub.N]] to define the concept of neutrosophic crisp limit point, with some of its properties and constructe the separation.
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These two ways are limit point buckling and bifurcation buckling.
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During the test, it is observed that axisymmetric wavelength which corresponds to the plastic bifurcation buckling mode develops first at the two extremities of the shell; then just at the limit point, only one axisymmetric wavelength continue to grows, the other one at the opposite extremity disappear a little.
(2) If p is a limit point of ([x.sub.n]), then [lim.sub.n[right arrow][infinity]] [x.sub.n] = p.
Two main limit points are found, that is, 1G/S limit points (from G1 phase to S phase control cells can prevent the damage of base replication and repair mutation of chromosome) and G2/M limit point (cells in two control points can make the cell before the split phase repairing on the duplicated DNA damage).
It can be also observed that the algorithm is able to bypass the limit point associated with the saddle-node bifurcation.
Its initial values are estimated at v = 1/3 and remain approximately constant in tension tests up to the limit point. Its effective value rises to v = 0.5 near the limit points in compression regardless of the boundary condition, consistent with experimental results from previous studies on confined plain concrete [9-11].
= 2 max ({x - k | x is the limit point of A} [union] {0}).(14)
Since the set A has limit point in D, hence the identity theorem for holomorphic functions implies that / vanishes identically on Li.