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to make known or identify, as by signs

to have or convey a particular idea

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7) Shape coefficients denote the ratio of the area to square of the perimeter.
Proposition 2 (Pedersen [12]) Let G denote a decomposable graph.
If and are vertices of a graph , then denotes the length of the shortest path between and .
where f (x) denotes the original fitness function, p(x) denotes penalty function, r denotes positive coefficient and X denotes feasible solution domain.
Let [gamma] denote the Lagrange multiplier of the constraint formula (25) and [zeta] denote the Lagrange multiplier of constraint formula (26).
BRONZE "S" Denotes Sharpshooter Marksman qualification
The "V" device represents valor and does not denote an additional award.
Perhaps because both words denote a limiting or constraining factor, parameter, a mathematical term meaning an arbitrarily defined constant, has crept into general usage to mean a boundary that helps define something, that is, a characteristic element.
24% of teachers and public gave A or B to the nation's public schools to denote the quality of the work.
When the word [bar{a}]krti "form" is also used to denote a class property, the question arises whether we should follow the Indian author and use the same word in our translation in all instances (maybe with an indication of its secondary meaning where necessary), or should we shift from "form" to "class property"?
All these similarity measures are normalized to lie within [0,1] to denote the degree to which two images are similar in regard to the same feature representation.
Titles denote their bearers, according to John Welchman's analysis in Invisible Colors, but what else does a title do that mere names cannot?
Hoven adds asterisks to words found earlier than the Renaissance: three asterisks denote "latin classique," or the period up to about 200 A.
j*M~ denote the firm's cost-minimizing quantity of the jth input when |M.
a term used by Americans to denote a New Englander.