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capable of being partitioned

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To control the value judgment in the selection of poverty measure, Foster, Greer and Thorbecke (1984) class of additively decomposable poverty measures are chosen.
For this purpose we use the multidimensional inequality indices proposed by Maasoumi (1986) that can be decomposable into the between- and within-group inequality components.
But there is a third variety as well: Words with an even number of letters which are decomposable into two-part tautonyms (e.
The key features of this recently developed station are to transform decomposable waste into compost for organic agriculture and bio-gas which can provide safe and healthy food to the community.
Severe organic pollution, which is caused when large amounts of decomposable organic compounds are released into water bodies, now affects around one out of every seven kilometres of all river stretches in Latin America, Africa and Asia.
The reduction in respiration with increasing salinity was smaller in soils amended with rapidly decomposable residues than with slowly decomposable residues.
across component boundaries, the system is fully decomposable and
Z]) is a closed, convex, bounded, weakly compact, and decomposable subset of [L.
It is known that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is Hamilton cycle decomposable and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is bipancyclic, that is, every cycle of length l, 4 [less than or equal to] l [less than or equal to] [2.
The methodology that is used in this analysis is the class of poverty measures by Foster, Greer and Thorbecke (FGT) which is widely used because they are consistent and additively decomposable [Foster, et al.
As decomposable substrates, provides energy and carbon for their own tissue for the many microorganisms and fauna in soil,
Two forms of p are most commonly used, which will be explained by the following two examples: p is either constant or decomposable over the set of all vertex pairs.
4] decomposable, where e is an edge incident on the vertex of degree 4.
901-920) has noted its many desirable properties and has shown that this is the only (population-weighted) inequality measure that is additively decomposable, differentiable, symmetric, homogeneous of degree zero in income, and satisfies the Pigou-Dalton criterion.
Our strategy to deal with this problem is based on the nonlinear alternative of Leray-Schauder type together with the selection theorem of Bressan and Colombo [4] for lower semi-continuous maps with decomposable values.