limit point


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Synonyms for limit point

the mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity

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In X, if x is a limit point [resp: r-limit point; v-limit point] of a set A, then in each of the following cases x becomes vg-[T.
ii) a backward dense limit point, or shortly a bd-limit point, of A if t [member of] t \ {[alpha], inf T, sup T} and it is a limit point of A [intersection] [T.
For the case of two explanatory features, the categorization was given in the case of regular boundaries by L+1 limit points gi for feature A and K+ 1 limit points [h.
j] [right arrow] [alpha], this establishes that every limit point of a sequence of zeros of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
It has its limit point whatever the system might be, as the Japanese ultimately discovered in their property bubble of the 1990s.
Therefore, if p(x) [not equal to] 0, P(w) can only be zero on a discrete number of points in [-[OMEGA], [OMEGA]] which have no limit point so that [[integral].
Upon crossing a limit point, the solution changes from a stable to an unstable one (or vice-versa).
We obtained some graphic images of the dependence v = v (r) and [OMEGA] = [OMEGA](r), finding all the possible situations: limit point, limit cycle, limit torus and even strange attractors.
In this paper, we do not prove the balance conjecture but we do make some progress concerning it, namely, we prove that every limit point of the aforementioned sequence of averages lies in the interval [1/4, 3/4], improving the best previous result that every such limit point belongs to the interval [0.
A steady solution on the right stable branch cannot be reached if calculations start from a point to the left of a limit point, and vice versa.
Using the limit point is the only safe way to corner at speed.
But there is also the singularity of the unnamable term that remains the limit point of a generic procedure--for politics, the substantial community.
The sheaf technology that Limit Point Systems has pioneered is the simplicity on the far side of complexity with its data representation and management tools that support scalar, vector and tensor operations on complex 3D topology.
In [16], Fridy introduced the definitions of statistical limit point and statistical cluster point and using classical techniques, established some basic results.