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nonincreasing

(ˌnɒnɪnˈkriːsɪŋ)
adj
(Mathematics) (esp of a mathematical function or sequence) not increasing in value
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A standard neutrosophic negation is any nonincreasing [D.
where a, c are nonincreasing functions such that b/a, d/c are nondecreasing functions and
We assume that the coefficients a(x), b(x), c(x), d(x), and e(x) in system (1) are bounded, continuous, positive, even, and nonincreasing for x [greater than or equal to] 0, K > 0, the parameters [delta], [[sigma].
nx1] represent the single value of X and Y, respectively, in nonincreasing order.
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This implies that the sequence {(xn)} is a nonincreasing sequence, which is bounded below by one, there exists r = 1 such that (xn) m r.
Hence, by a classical lemma of Hardy, if f is a nonnegative, nonincreasing function on (0, 1], then
y] are nondecreasing in r when r > 1+[delta]/2], and nonincreasing in r when r < 1+[delta]/2].
Test (2) provides empirical evidence on the structure of the German car insurance market: our results show that the nonincreasing profit condition holds, which indicates that there was strong competition among insurance firms in the period for which we observe our data.
To carry out SBR processes the major requirement is to provide optimal reaction conditions for nonincreasing of filamentous sludge volumes.
Berger [4] observed that we need only require nonincreasing order in the first component.