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transversality

(ˌtrænzvɜːˈsælətɪ)
n
the state of being transversal
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The monograph explicitly computes the Hitchin integrable system on the moduli space of Higgs bundles, compares the Hitchin Hamiltonians with those found by van Geemen-Previato, and prove the transversality of the induced flow with the locus of unstable bundles.
The transversality condition associated with the maximization problem Eq.
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We also assume that the wealth process [X.sub.t] at time t should satisfy the following transversality condition:
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Thus, considering (17) and (20), according to Liu criterion [5] [J.sub.0] has a pair of purely imaginary eigenvalues together with a negative real one on this surface; the transversality condition (see Appendix B, (C1-2)) holds, as well.
with transversality conditions (or boundary conditions) being
and the transversality conditions at the final time give
In this paper, we draw upon Felix Guattari's work on transversality and to develop an understanding of participation that does not build from a narrow conception of subjectivity which is constituted in deliberative terms of consensus-building (Habermas, 1984), or ongoing agonistic confrontations between different political identities (Laclau and Mouffe, 1985); but rather foregrounds more open and experimental participatory assemblages.
This assumption is made in order to use transversality arguments, but is not necessary.