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something that ought to happen. Associated primarily in modern times with KELSINIAN JURISPRUDENCE, the dictum ‘law is the primary norm that stipulates the sanction’ indicates what is meant by a norm. Kelsen's theory of concretization describes the process of tracing the norm, which makes an official apply the sanction to the ultimate justification for it, the grundnorm.
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Let [mathematical expression not reproducible] be a Cauchy sequence of soft points in a soft normed linear space [mathematical expression not reproducible] hold.
From now on, let X be a convex subset of a normed linear space (E, [parallel] [parallel]), and we will always use the maximum norm
Let (E, [parallel] * [parallel]) be a normed linear space and let the t-conorm [??] be given by a [??] b = a + b - ab.
If, in addition, Y is a normed space such that [Y.sub.+] is normal and Z [subset] [Y.sub.+] is a subcone such that [mathematical expression not reproducible] is bounded on Z, then A is Lipschitz on Z.
As for a normed vector space to be a CAT([KAPPA]) space, for some [kappa] [member of] R, we have the following result:
Let E = (E, [parallel] x [parallel]) be an infinite dimensional normed linear space.
The database used the following notations: palavra = cue used in Free Association; 1a_associada = associate firstly produced due to the magnitude of the Associative Strength; 1a_normatizada = informs if the associates of the first associate have been normed (sim = was normed, nao = was not normed); FA_da_1a = Associative Strength of the first associate).
The second-order tangent set and the asymptotic second-order cone have also been utilized by Jimenez and Novo, [22] to provide second-order necessary conditions for a point to be a solution of a vector optimization problem with an arbitrary feasible set and a twice Frechet differentiable function between two normed spaces.
In order to reduce the cost of computations, Olatinwo [8] introduced two hybrid schemes, namely, Kirk-Mann and Kirk-Ishikawa iterative schemes in a normed linear space.
1 is completely fit because Tucker-Lweis non-normed fit index (0.90) and Benterl-Bonett normed fit (0.90) are equal 0.90.
In addition to these altered versions of the S&V picture set, several additional sets have been developed and normed over the years.
The above space is a Banach space normed by [parallel]x[parallel] - [absolute value of ([x.sub.1])] + [sup.sub.k[greater than or equal to]1] [absolute value of ([DELTA] [x.sub.k])].