nonatomic

nonatomic

(ˌnɒnəˈtɒmɪk)
adj
1. (General Physics) physics not atomic, not relating to or containing atoms
2. (Logic) logic relating to a proposition that has a logical constant
3. (Mathematics) maths containing smaller units, compound
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Let ([OMEGA], A, E) be a probability space where the probability measure P is assumed to be nonatomic.
We may say that [mu] is nonatomic if there are no atoms for [mu].
In the case of flows, Campanino [3] proved that every nonatomic ergodic measure whose Lyapunov exponents off the flow direction are all negative of a [C.sup.1+[alpha]] flow is supported on an attracting periodic orbit.
The financial loss of a portfolio is modeled by a random variable Y, defined on a standard nonatomic probability space ([OMEGA], F, P).
Nonatomic Games hope to inspire cosplayers in their costume choices and introduce players to new characters and heroes through this bright, vibrant, easy to play but tricky to master quiz for costume creators and masked trivia heroes.
Still pending is a systematic discussion of this bunker in relation to other governmental and nongovernmental nuclear shelters as well as nonatomic bunkers.
Other chapters include the definition of a "game," two-person zero-sum games, linear programing, infinite games, multistage games, games with incomplete information, utility theory, two-person general-sum games, two-person cooperative games, n-person games, stable sets, indices of power, the bargaining set and related concepts, nonatomic games, games without side payments, and spatial games.
(1) Extend the nonatomic concept AddressWithoutCommunity with extension rule: suppose A is atomic concept and A [??] B, [A.sup.[path]] [member of] A(x), nnf(B) [not member of] A(x); then A(x) = A(x) [union] {[nnf(B).sup.[path]:A]}.
(2) every nonatomic point x [member of] X has a neighborhood basis [{[U.sub.k]}.sub.k[member of]N] such that [lim.sub.k[right arrow][infinity]] [mu]([U.sub.k]) = 0.
Support for nonatomic iterations would require discriminating which exit condition triggered, recovering the correct set of outputs and returning to a particular software address.