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sublinear

(sʌbˈlɪnɪə)
adj
beneath a line or nearly linear
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They also discuss recent perspectives and directions, among them the connection between Busemann functions and geodesics, proofs of sublinear variance of the passage time, and the role of growth and competition models.
Sublinear response in lacZ mutant frequency of Muta[TM]Mouse spermatogonial stem cells after low dose subchronic exposure to N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea.
provided approximate time-dependent distances in sublinear query time after preprocessing effort, and also gave the evaluation in experimental setting[13].
Hojas con lamina ovado-angosta o sublinear, aproximadamente 3 o mas veces mas largas que anchas, apice agudo, sesiles, base amplexicaule .
Rutgers University professor and grant recipient Muthu Muthukrishnan is leveraging analytics data Adobe collects from marketers to develop sublinear algorithms for contextual anomaly detection and attribution.
Zhang, "On the sublinear convergence rate of multi-block ADMM," Journal of the Operations Research Society of China, vol.
By the nature of our input-output protocol, there exist no TMs whose runtime is sublinear but not constant.
as [absolute value of g] [right arrow] [infinity]; in other words, the 1-cocycle b has sublinear growth.
Pitt (2001) Sublinear time approximate clustering, 12th SODA, pp.
However, we are not aware of any deterministic distributed or randomized solution for the BFS-finding problem (or the related gathering problem) in the model of ad hoc networks with non-spontaneous wake-ups that would achieve both: sublinear time complexity o(n) and subquadratic message complexity o([n.
3, is chosen to describe evolution of coefficient cp because this relation implies a sublinear (logarithmic) growth of elastic strain in the crystalline phase under tension: integration of Eqs.