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separable

adjective breakable, cleavable, divisible, partible, severable
Associated concepts: joint and separable liability, separabillty of arbitration, separable controversy, separable interest, separate provision
See also: divisible, divisive, moving, severable
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We conjecture that the same is true for intervals of separable permutations, that is, that the only obstruction to shellability of such an interval is a non-trivial disconnected subinterval.
As we all know, the basic condition of fuzzy linear separable is the inputs of fuzzy positive class points and negative ones are separated by possibility [lambda] (0 < [lambda] [less than or equal to] 1).
MAIN QUESTION : Consider a set of samples which are linearly separable in the M-dimensional Euclidean space.
Finally we consider a particular case when M is separable.
Conversely, if B is separable we will show that there exists a function in C(R,B) which is not mean periodic.
An environment that has this structure is called a linearly separable environment, because this pattern can easily be captured by a simple linear equation.
The couple, have been virtually in separable since August when Rhys, 39, moved into Si's London home.
Also, the amount payable to the noncharitable beneficiaries was easily measurable and separable from the charitable bequests.
They close with algorithms and their convergence, focusing on the concept of an algorithm, unconstrained optimization, penalty and barrier functions, methods of feasible directions, the linear complementary problem, and quadratic, separable, fractional and geometric processing.
The purpose of this paper is to study some quasi-Frobenius and separable ring extensions.
There is a process for doing this, one that determines whether the custom has spiritual significance among a particular people separable from the pre-Christian religion in which it was formerly practiced.
using an optimal fourth order symplectic integration scheme designed for separable Hamiltonian systems where the kinetic energy is a quadratic function of momentum [10].