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Every search problem has a corresponding decision problem, namely
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" Every time we walk along a beach some ancient urge disturbs us so that we find ourselves shedding shoes and garments or scavenging among seaweed and whitened timbers like the homesick refugees of a long war ... Mostly the animals understand their roles, but man, by comparison, seems troubled by a message that, it is often said, he cannot quite remember or has gotten wrong ... Bereft of instinct, he must search continually for meanings ... Man was a reader before he became a writer, a reader of what Coleridge once called the mighty alphabet of the universe.
Every search result shows a histogram traffic chart of the messages matching the query, and also the top matching lists and senders.
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* Every finitely generated group with a recursively enumerable presentation and insoluble word problem is a subgroup of a finitely presented group with insoluble word problem
Every three years the College also holds a ball, usually off site due to the problem of securing the college's perimeter sufficiently for insurance purposes. The most recent off-site ball was held was February 9, 2008 at Heythrop Park.
Every closed 3-manifold has a prime decomposition: this means it is the connected sum of prime three-manifolds ( this decomposition is essentially unique except for a small problem in the case of non-orientable manifolds ).
* Every positive integer can be written as the sum of 73 or fewer sixth powers ( see Waring's problem ).
Every linear program has a dual problem with the same optimal solution, but the variables in the dual problem correspond to constraints in the primal problem and vice versa.
Every positive integer can be expressed as the sum of at most 19 fourth powers ; every sufficiently large integer can be expressed as the sum of at most 16 fourth powers ( see Waring's problem ).
Every graph ( that is connected and not a tree ) has multiple spanning trees, so we once again have an example where the problem itself allows multiple possible outcomes, and the algorithm chosen can arrive at any one of them, but will never arrive at something else.
Every non-trivial problem in L is complete under log-space reductions so weaker reductions are required to identify meaningful notions of L-completeness, the most common being first-order reductions.
# Every solution to a wicked problem is a " one-shot operation "; because there is no opportunity to learn by trial and error, every attempt counts significantly.
Russell L. Ackoff wrote about complex problems as messes: " Every problem interacts with other problems and is therefore part of a set of interrelated problems, a system of problems ….
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Every woman has had the experience of saying no when she meant yes, and saying yes when she meant no.
Every detail in his interpretation has been beautifully thought out, and of these I would especially cite the delicious laendler touch the pianist brings to the fifth variation ( an obvious indication that he is playing with Viennese musicians ), and the gossamer shading throughout.
Every family of Riviera Presbyterian Church has been asked to read the Bible and pray together daily during National Christian Family Week and to undertake one project in which all members of the family participate.
Every community, if it is alive has a spirit, and that spirit is the center of its unity and identity.
Every such subset has a smallest element, so to specify our choice function we can simply say that it maps each set to the least element of that set.
** Zorn's lemma: Every non-empty partially ordered set in which every chain ( i. e. totally ordered subset ) has an upper bound contains at least one maximal element.
The restricted principle " Every partially ordered set has a maximal totally ordered subset " is also equivalent to AC over ZF.
** Tukey's lemma: Every non-empty collection of finite character has a maximal element with respect to inclusion.
* Every continuous functor on a small-complete category which satisfies the appropriate solution set condition has a left-adjoint ( the Freyd adjoint functor theorem ).
Every unit of length has a corresponding unit of area, namely the area of a square with the given side length.
Every field has an algebraic extension which is algebraically closed ( called its algebraic closure ), but proving this in general requires some form of the axiom of choice.
Every ATM cell has an 8-or 12-bit Virtual Path Identifier ( VPI ) and 16-bit Virtual Channel Identifier ( VCI ) pair defined in its header.