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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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The question is whether the infinite [[omega].sup.*]-Rademacher theorem can be localized to those Lipschitz mappings from a closed convex set C admitting nonempty nonsupport point set N(C) to the dual space of a separable Banach space.
We are immensely proud that both the Tetra Top with Separable Top and the Tetra Prisma Aseptic 1000 have been recognised by WorldStar in this years awards.
We show that a cosmic paratopological group with a paracompact remainder must be separable and metrizable.
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).
* A separable design that promotes quick-and-easy dismounting and mounting.
The current research is the first literature available on an environmental performance index that accounts systematically for the existence of separable and nonseparable goods and bads in a unified framework.
Physicists quickly encountered the obstinate character of the separable Hilbert space.
MAIN QUESTION : Consider a set of samples which are linearly separable in the M-dimensional Euclidean space.
This is a lifestyle choice, distinct and separable from one's vocation.
"For me, the worst thing is that before this I had identical twins - but I now have twins separable by a scar.
An investigation of relations between spaces with countable networks and images of separable metric spaces is one of interesting questions on generalized metric spaces.
Theorem A Banach space B is separable if and only if not all functions in C(R, B) are mean periodic.