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(mathematics) the number of elements in a set or group (considered as a property of that grouping)

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A tight bound on the cardinalities of maximun alliance-free and minimun alliance-cover sets.
Let us consider the example top-k join query and the corresponding join cardinalities in Fig.
perpendicular to]] all panels of the same type are of the same cardinality, then [DELTA] is uniquely determined, up to isomorphism, by these cardinalities.
Redundancy and Load (percentage of non-null values in a foreign key column), and cardinalities are key factors in this determination.
With knowing just the cardinalities, we still cannot determine if a semantics segment should be imprinted into the upper layer, or not.
This allows showing the differences of merges with different cardinalities while still keeping the amount of needed calculations fairly low.
If some (finitely) grounded concept of sets yields justifiable beliefs about higher cardinalities and they exist, these beliefs count as knowledge, and no causal contact with abstract entities is required.
By combining the basic concepts specific to the entity-association model (entity, attribute, association, cardinality, integrating restrictions) with Codd's normalizing rules, the data, dictionaries, associations between them, cardinalities, structural and integrating restrictions where defined.
Different values of n in this system produce sets of different cardinalities.
Cardinalities represent constraints on the participation of entities in a relationship and are used to express business practices.
2) is valid due to the transitivity of inclusion, (3) is valid due to interrelations between transitivity, reflexivity, and symmetry, and (4) is valid due to interrelations between cardinalities.
Most algorithms for determining the k-plets that have sufficient support proceed in order of increasing cardinalities.
okX `okY are two solutions for the DNNF in figure 10 with cardinalities 2 and 3, respectively.
Appeal to simple abstraction and similar techniques is limited - it will not give us cardinalities large enough for the higher reaches of set theory.