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verb act on one's own authority, adopt, appoint, be disposed to, be resolute, be so minded, co-opt, commit oneself to a course, cull, decide, deligere, desire, determine, determine upon, discriminate, discriminate beeween, do of one's own accord, draw, elect, eliminate the alternatives, embrace, excerpt, exercise one's choice, exerrise one's discretion, exercise one's option, exercise one's preference, exercise the will, have volition, make a deciiion, make one's choice, make one's selection, mark out for, opt for, pick, pick out, prefer, put to the vote, resolve, select, set apart, settle, side, support, take a decisive step, take one's choice, take up an option, use one's discretion, use one's option, will
Associated concepts: election of remedies, freedom of choice, voluntary choice
See also: adopt, appoint, conclude, cull, decide, delegate, designate, determine, edit, espouse, extract, nominate, prefer, screen, select, vote
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Beginning with the negative binomial coefficients, we again find that greater cultural distance and existing immigrant stocks have negative and positive effects, respectively, on the level of the predicted immigrant stock.
3, we know that the total number of these structures is the central binomial coefficient [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
2 Classical binomial coefficients of words, shuffle and infiltration
Arithmetic properties of binomial coefficients I: Binomial coefficients modulo prime powers.
The [gamma]-operators bypass the trace calculations of (2) that were used to evaluate the in-between (3,1)-case and consequently the evaluation of the Hankel determinant of binomial coefficients
In this section we provide a formal definition of the two circulant determinant sequences with binomial coefficients and derive the formula for their respective n-th term.
For the sake of completeness we give, without proof, two particular theorems in regard to single binomial coefficients and their integral representations.
Sasvari, Inequalities for binomial coefficients, J.
4 has a version with differences of binomial coefficients, similar to Theorem 2.
The following lemma describes a recursion on these binomial coefficients that correspond to small changes in the arcs of the corresponding set partitions (in particular, it allows us to make arcs smaller).
In the past, researchers have discussed E([alpha])(t) in terms of its generating function (which belongs to the well-known clan of rational generating functions [15]), formulas for E([alpha])(t) in terms of binomial coefficients can be obtained using partial fraction decomposition.
Observe that the left- and right-hand sides of Equation (10) are nonzero for finitely many k and that the sum over j is actually finite by the definition of binomial coefficients.