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Synonyms for approximate

to come near, as in quality or amount

to calculate approximately

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be close or similar

not quite exact or correct

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very close in resemblance

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located close together

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In four chapters, they discuss integrability properties of approximation processes for SDEs, convergence properties of approximation processes for SDEs, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
American-Type Options: Stochastic Approximation Methods; Volume 1
The coefficients of the Fourier expansion as well as the approximations are plotted in the higher part in figure 3.
The meshfree convex approximation [16] generated by GMF approximation method was shown to be more robust than the non-convex meshfree approximation such as conventional MLS and RK approximations when the low-order Gaussian quadrature is used for the numerical integration.
Narang: Common fixed points and invariant approximations for Cq-commuting generalized nonexpansive mappings, Iranian J.
Surely, we lose the concept of a global approximation, yet we could still describe the surface as a collection of local approximations given by Taylor polynomials.
Our objective is to compare the approximations with their exact counterparts to determine how robust the approximations are when those assumptions are relaxed.
Although higher order approximations can be used to enlarge this bandwidth, the simulation time advantage starts to diminish as more calculations of derivatives are involved.
The program then calculates quadratic approximations S(x) to f(x) and s(x) to g(x) on all of the active intervals and uses (2.
To deal with this issue, approximations techniques are exploited (Widomet et al.
MODULUS OF CONTINUITY, BEST APPROXIMATIONS, ROGOSINSKI- AND BLACKMAN-TYPE OPERATORS
Saddlepoint Approximations in Statistics," The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 631-650, 1954.
Rendering a photo-realistic image requires solving the illumination integral which describes the light transport on a scene, and whose value is in general computed by resorting to numerical approximations such as those based on Monte Carlo (MC) methods.
For each crisp set A [member of] U, we define the upper and lower approximations of A (w.