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Formally, let P be an expression in which the variable x is free.
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If R is a ring, let R denote the ring of polynomials in the indeterminate X over R. Hilbert proved that if R is " not too large ", in the sense that if R is Noetherian, the same must be true for R. Formally,
Formally, let be a stochastic process and let represent the cumulative distribution function of the joint distribution of at times.
Formally, let A be a real matrix of which we want to compute the eigenvalues, and let A < sub > 0 </ sub >:= A.
Formally, let G be a Coxeter group with reduced root system R and k < sub > v </ sub > a multiplicity function on R ( so k < sub > u </ sub > = k < sub > v </ sub > whenever the reflections σ < sub > u </ sub > and σ < sub > v </ sub > corresponding to the roots u and v are conjugate in G ).
Formally, for received words, let denote the Hamming distance between and, that is, the number of positions in which and differ.
Formally, let P be a poset ( partially ordered set ), and let F be a filter on P ; that is, F is a subset of P such that:
Formally, let X be any scheme and S be a sheaf of graded-algebras ( the definition of which is similar to the definition of-modules on a locally ringed space ): that is, a sheaf with a direct sum decomposition
Formally and P
Formally, a decision problem is P-complete ( complete for the complexity class P ) if it is in P and that every problem in P can be reduced to it by using an appropriate reduction.
Formally, given a partially ordered set ( P, ≤), then an element g of a subset S of P is the greatest element of S if
Formally, a partially ordered set ( P, ≤) is bounded complete if the following holds for any subset S of P:
Formally, define the set of lines in the plane P as L ( P ); then a rigid motion of the plane takes lines to lines – the group of rigid motions acts on the set of lines – and one may ask which lines are unchanged by an action.
Formally, a product term P in a sum of products is an implicant of the Boolean function F if P implies F. More precisely:
Formally, P is a symmetric polynomial, if for any permutation σ of the subscripts 1, 2, ..., n one has P ( X < sub > σ ( 1 )</ sub >, X < sub > σ ( 2 )</ sub >, …, X < sub > σ ( n )</ sub >) = P ( X < sub > 1 </ sub >, X < sub > 2 </ sub >, …, X < sub > n </ sub >).
Formally and be
However, shortly after this positive result, Kurt Gödel published On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems ( 1931 ), showing that in any sufficiently strong axiomatic system there are true statements which cannot be proved in the system.
Formally, if M is a set, the identity function f on M is defined to be that function with domain and codomain M which satisfies
Formally, a frame is defined to be a lattice L in which finite meets distribute over arbitrary joins, i. e. every ( even infinite ) subset
Formally the " head of state " can also personally be the " head of government " ( ex officio or by ad hoc cumulation such as an absolute monarch nominating himself ) but otherwise has formal precedence over the Head of Government and other ministers, whether he is their actual political superior ( absolute monarch, executive president ) or rather theoretical or ceremonial in character.
Formally, in the finite-dimensional case, if the linear map is represented as a multiplication by a matrix A and the translation as the addition of a vector, an affine map acting on a vector can be represented as
Formally, the convex hull may be defined as the intersection of all convex sets containing X or as the set of all convex combinations of points in X.
Formally, a detailed balanced process is the one on which the probability to be in the state x and transit to x ' must be the same as to be in the state x ' and transit to x.
Formally, a unique factorization domain is defined to be an integral domain R in which every non-zero and non-unit x of R can be written as a product ( including an empty product ) of irreducible elements p < sub > i </ sub > of R and a unit u:
Formally, the problem of supervised pattern recognition can be stated as follows: Given an unknown function ( the ground truth ) that maps input instances to output labels, along with training data assumed to represent accurate examples of the mapping, produce a function that approximates as closely as possible the correct mapping.
Formally, a government would lay out its reasons for going to war, as well as its intentions in prosecuting it and the steps that might be taken to avert it.
Formally, the case where only a subset of parameters is defined is still a composite hypothesis ; nonetheless, the term point hypothesis is often applied in such cases, particularly where the hypothesis test can be structured in such a way that the distribution of the test statistic ( the distribution under the null hypothesis ) does not depend on the parameters whose values have not been specified under the point null hypothesis.