T] is rd-continuous, bounded and [tau](*), a(*), b(*), c(*) are defined in T and are nonnegative, rd-continuous bounded functions
n] studied by this paper are well-defined only for bounded functions
with values in [R.
0] [member of] [-2,2], L > 0 and f be a bounded function
Suppose the function f is [GAMMA]-supralinear affine on (a,b), where [GAMMA](x) is a bounded function
Note that the variable coefficients p(x, y) and q(x, y) are positive bounded functions
and the matrices [W.
i) For all bounded functions
[epsilon] : G [right arrow] C the pointwise product [epsilon][Laplace operational symbol] is a c.
A more general low-pass filter M is given by a complex-valued, bounded function
Assume that F is a function class consisting of the bounded functions
with the range [a, b].
For this purpose a binary operation in the space of bounded functions
on an interval is established.
Let U be the class of analytic bounded functions
of the form
Let F be a linear space of bounded functions
supported on Y x J for some finite subset J of [Z.
b](X) is contained in the uniform closure of F-simple functions on X in the space of all bounded functions
on X and so each f [member of] [C.
b] (R) be the algebra of complex continuous bounded functions
on the real field R with the usual pointwise operations.