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Adj.1.n-th - last or greatest in an indefinitely large series; "to the nth degree"
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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where ICE is the current of the industrial frequency in the CB (main harmonic current), as in the case of voltage, it is allowed in the calculations to use the rated current [I.sub.nom,CB] as [I.sub.CB]; [I.sub.nCB] is the current of the n-th harmonic flowing through CB.
Suppose there is input data which is represented by X matrix and [W.sup.nm] is kernel matrix, where m is kernel number of n-th convolution layer (1).
2055-2068] we obtain some new recurrence relations for the radial wave functions of the N-th dimensional isotropic harmonic oscillators as well as the hydrogenlike atoms.
In the first time slot (time slot-1), the source node broadcasts the first information part [x.sup.(1).sub.s] to the n-th (n=1, ..., N) relay nodes, as well as the destination node.
The result of approximating one differential equation of the system (3) is a system of algebraic equations of the n-th order
Expanding the cosine functions or Bessel function into N-th order polynomial, the computational complexity of 2 N arithmetic operations for each point is obtained, according to Horner's scheme.
Therefore, the commonly used router algorithms for connectivity of graph are inapplicable since the time complexity and space complexity increase rapidly, for instance, there are more than 850 bus lines and more than 6400 bus stations in city Beijing [2], since the transport network is a n-th Iterated Line Digraphs [3].
In this case we call [lambda] an n-th eigenvalue of the nonlinear eigenvalue problem (2.1).
where [delta][n] denotes a suitable step size and d[n] denotes the deflected subgradient in the n-th iteration.
where n = 1, 2 are the inductor and armature indexes, respectively; [R.sub.n], [T.sub.n], [L.sub.n] are the active resistance, temperature and inductance of the n-th element; [M.sub.12] is the mutual inductance between the inductor and the armature, moving along the z axis with speed [v.sub.z];
where [s.sub.n] is the weight to balance the data rate and interference of the n -th DU, y = ([y.sub.1],..., [y.sub.N]), and [y.sub.n] [greater than or equal to] 0 is the interference price for the n-th DU, [[mu].sub.n] represents the tradeoff between the data rate and the energy cost.
We denote the n-th term of the Fibonacci sequence by [F.sub.n] and the Binet form of [F.sub.n] is [[alpha].sup.n] - [[beta].sup.n]/[alpha] - [beta], where [alpha] = 1 + [square root of 5]/2 and [beta] = 1 - [square root of 5]/2.