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precisely describe the difference between bounds and rules.
q] type bounds (4) can hardly be used to solve typical test problems with relatively large Lipschitz constants and (n > 2).
His mother, Susan Bounds, 50, of Clos Pwll Glo, Merthyr Tydfil, said the jury's decision was the best outcome.
We investigate lower and upper bounds for right tails (stop-loss premiums) of deterministic and stochastic sums of nonindependent random variables.
Mathematicians have long been interested in polynomial bounds for n
Bayesian bounds for parameter estimation and nonlinear filtering/tracking.
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That means if your running back is anywhere near the sideline, he should try to get out of bounds.
Detemple, 1996, "American Option Valuation--New Bounds, Approximations, and a Comparison of Existing Methods", Review of Financial Studies, 9:1211-1250
With their World Trade Center-adjacent apartment building badly battered, Wall Street Journal writers Gwendolyn "Wendy" Bounds and her partner, Kathryn Kranhold, suddenly need a place to stay.
PRESENTATION consultant Andy Bounds of Merseysidebased Abnormal Results, is to hold a three-hour seminar to show business people how to sell themselves in just 60 seconds.
Take for instance, the summation of rule 35-32 for the markings and margins on what is considered out of bounds during play: