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nondegenerate

(ˌnɒndɪˈdʒɛnərət)
adj
(Mathematics) maths not degenerate
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A sufficient condition to assure the associativity is to require that the algebra A, on which the group acts partially, is semiprime, that is, all its non zero ideals are either idempotent or nondegenerate.
Allowing for heterogeneous countries would give rise to nondegenerate foreign investment allocations and thus would shed light on the effects of tax competition on both public budget deficits and equilibrium international capital flows.
To obtain a nondegenerate limiting distribution for the maximum, the [X.
This property of equilibrium follows immediately from the fact that the distribution of basket prices is nondegenerate.
Actually, it can be proved that the total number of nondegenerate partitions of form [PI] is equal to the Stirling number of the second kind S(n, k) = [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; confer Tomescu [18].
Given the strict concavity off, the nondegenerate stationary equilibrium is unique.
11) I could have replaced the aforementioned beliefs with beliefs that involve nondegenerate probabilities--for example, Evelyn believes that [d.
This article offers a new argument for the claim that there can be nondegenerate objective chance in a deterministic world.
616-19), has three continuous variables and one discrete variable whose conditional distribution is degenerate in the RD design and nondegenerate in the fuzzy RD (FRD) design.
Cytologic evaluation demonstrated pyogranulomatous inflammation, with inflammatory cells consisting primarily of nondegenerate heterophils, macrophages, and occasional lymphocytes.
not equal to] 2, h a nondegenerate hermitian form with values in a quaternion division algebra D with standard involution J over k with residue field of char.
Let B be a nondegenerate skew symmetric bilinear form of V, and [beta] be one nonzero element in [V.