null set

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Noun1.null set - a set that is empty; a set with no members
set - (mathematics) an abstract collection of numbers or symbols; "the set of prime numbers is infinite"
ensemble négligeable
insieme nullo
zbiór miary zero
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The task is tricky, he says, because the three are often considered to be mutually exclusive, in which case their intersection would be a null set.
There are several strategic approaches to the null set, including checking the search statement, evaluating the database scope, and accepting zero results as success.
Because node 1 (or n(j) which is jth node j = 1) when i = 1) is considered to be a receiver node, N(r) (or the neighboring nodes N(j) where j = 1, i = 1) becomes {1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10} and N(r) - N(s) equals {4, 6, 10}, which is not a null set.
At a time when"principled politicians" sometimes seem a null set, it's remarkable how often Carter showed spine.
Among professors, humor equals the null set, according to Joseph J.
Danner acknowledges that missing middle, Which is in effect a null set that includes the data we don't have.
With the exception of the null set that contains nothing, all other sets contain certain members/elements.
Instead, a single access point would be used for all levels, and the data would be returned as requested, returned with modification, or simply returned as a null set in which the user would think that simply no matches were made to the query sent.
Cheit's graphical portrayal established the null set at or below the 25th percentile (1985: 55).
One might add a condition that universalism as a theory applies only to distributive policies that can potentially supply benefits to all districts, but this makes the domain of universalism virtually equivalent to the null set.