iv) Absolute extremum
: The absolute extremum
refers to the absolute value of the maximum amplitude from the sound.
19 that the lower the pressure drop rate in the die, the smaller the talc concentration at which the extremum
in the cell density is reached.
In most cases, extremum
energy principles are formulated for identifying the actual stress and strain state of such formation.
The low speed of calculation in this case-main drawback of this method is immaterial, since there are a small number of independent variables, and the choice of a very high level can lead to gross errors in finding the extremum
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Indeed, the larger the volatility of the underlying, the greater the probability to reach a new extremum
on each fixing date.
An algorithm for finding the absolute extremum
of a function, USSR Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics 12: 57-67.
The closest local extremum
is at [phi] = [+ or -] 1.
This, however, does not necessarily support the extremum
In her meeting with Creon, Medea says, "illud extremum
precor" (I pray for this last thing; l.
The time and magnitude at each extremum
were obtained by a weighted second order polynomial fit to the lightcurve around the extremum
k+1], and we say that it is a local extremum
if it is a local minimum or maximum.
23) Also, Poem 10, which opens with Extremum
hunc, Arethusa, mihi concede laborem ('Grant me, Arethusa, this final undertaking') and ends with a general farewell to pastoral poetry, serves as a conclusion to the whole collection, a function which the fifth poem cannot, by definition, have.
A necessary condition of its extremum
is the system of Euler-Poisson equations:
problems for the metric mean values will be discussed at the end of the paper by introducing an associated zonoid for STIT tessellations.