nondecreasing

nondecreasing

(ˌnɒnˌdiːˈkriːsɪŋ)
adj
not decreasing, esp in value
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nondecreasing continuous function [omega] having the following properties: [omega](0) = 0, [mathematical expression not reproducible] for any [mathematical expression not reproducible] We will also consider functions from the following subclass [L.
0] > 0, [square root of t]g(t) is nondecreasing and g(t)/[square root of t] is bounded for all t [greater than or equal to] [t.
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t] [subset] F a family of nondecreasing complete sub-sigma algebras of the sigma algebra F and I [equivalent to] [0, T], T < [infinity].
n]) be a nondecreasing sequence of positive real numbers tending to [infinity] such that
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If F is nondecreasing, then it satisfies (F4) if and only if it is right continuous.
y] are nondecreasing in r when r > 1+[delta]/2], and nonincreasing in r when r < 1+[delta]/2].
It added: "The free advertising enjoyed by Mr Ashley's companies inside St James' Park, which the club have now admitted is seen as an offset to Mr Ashley not charging interest on his nondecreasing interest free loan.
In the following lemma he gives a characterization for [alpha]-SP weight for a nondecreasing function g on time scales.