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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, as per the 2002 Memorandum of Understanding between the BSI and the United Kingdom Government, British Standards are defined as:
Formally speaking, a collation method typically defines a total order on a set of possible identifiers, called sort keys, which consequently produces a total preorder on the set of items of information ( items with the same identifier are not placed in any defined order ).
Formally, this sharing of dynamics is referred to as universality, and systems with precisely the same critical exponents are said to belong to the same universality class.
Formally, both the pattern and searched text are vectors of elements of Σ.
Limits and colimits in a category C are defined by means of diagrams in C. Formally, a diagram of type J in C is a functor from J to C:
Formally, Gaussian integers are the set
Formally, collective noun forms such as “ a group of people ” are represented by second-order variables, or by first-order variables standing for sets ( which are well-defined objects in mathematics and logic ).
Formally, we are given a set of hypotheses and a set of manifestations ; they are related by the domain knowledge, represented by a function that takes as an argument a set of hypotheses and gives as a result the corresponding set of manifestations.
Formally, two variables are inversely proportional ( or varying inversely, or in inverse variation, or in inverse proportion or in reciprocal proportion ) if one of the variables is directly proportional with the multiplicative inverse ( reciprocal ) of the other, or equivalently if their product is a constant.
Formally, they are partial derivatives of the option price with respect to the independent variables ( technically, one Greek, gamma, is a partial derivative of another Greek, called delta ).
Formally, the two parts are given by the following expression, where is the number being encoded:
Formally, the word is applied to persons who are publicly accepted in a recognised capacity, such as professional employment, graduation from a course of study, etc., to give critical commentaries in one or any of a number of specific fields of public or private achievement or endeavour.
Formally, they are known as Ridunians, from the Latin Riduna.
( Formally speaking, this then satisfies the premises of an axiom of well-founded induction, which asserts that these two conditions are sufficient for the proposition to hold for all x.
Formally, the outcomes Y < sub > i </ sub > are described as being Bernoulli-distributed data, where each outcome is determined by an unobserved probability p < sub > i </ sub > that is specific to the outcome at hand, but related to the explanatory variables.
Formally this approximation is founded on the variational principle, valid for Hamiltonians that are bounded from below.
Formally, an analytic function ƒ ( z ) of the real or complex variables z < sub > 1 </ sub >,…, z < sub > n </ sub > is transcendental if z < sub > 1 </ sub >, …, z < sub > n </ sub >, ƒ ( z ) are algebraically independent, i. e., if ƒ is transcendental over the field C ( z < sub > 1 </ sub >, …, z < sub > n </ sub >).
These are manufactured by Amphenol ( Formally Alcatel Components and ITT Cannon Australia ).
Formally most of these approaches are similar to an artificial neural network, as inputs to a node are summed up and the result serves as input to a sigmoid function, e. g., but proteins do often control gene expression in a synergistic, i. e. non-linear, way.
Formally, the sets of free and bound names of a process in π – calculus are defined inductively as follows.

unnamed and icefields
Throughout the Alaska Range there also large icefields ( including one surrounding Denali ), which are mostly unnamed.
The source of the river is from the unnamed icefields surrounding Peak 5390.
The ridge climbs to an unnamed peak and then descends to two separate roughly mile-long icefields that are locally known as the Indigo Glacier.

unnamed and are
" The film's commentary are credited to the fictitious cameraman Sandor Krasna, and read in the form of letters by an unnamed woman.
The archipelago consists of two islands, Grande Glorieuse () and Île du Lys, as well as eight rock islets ( Roches Vertes ): Wreck Rock (), South Rock () and Verte Rocks () and three others that are unnamed.
Against this, Robinson points out that all the synoptics are agreed that, when Jesus arrives in Jerusalem in the week before his death, he already has a number of followers and disciples in the city, notably Joseph of Arimathea, and the unnamed landlord of the upper room, who knows Jesus as ' the Master '.
In Norse mythology there are themes of brother-sister marriage, a prominent example being between Njörðr and his unnamed sister ( perhaps Nerthus ), parents of Freyja and Freyr.
There also are several unnamed women who seem to share characteristics with Mary Magdalene.
However, these reports are disputed by Leonard D. Jaffe, who was Surveyor program scientist and custodian of the Surveyor 3 parts brought back from the Moon, stated in a letter to the Planetary Society that an unnamed member of his staff reported that a " breach of sterile procedure " took place at just the right time to produce a false positive result.
Thirty are unnamed in both the scene headings and the text and there are about nine characters who are named in the ancient text but not in any modern one.
Most of the very important characters have names while most of the unnamed characters are of less importance.
Most referees are unnamed and essentially anonymous, though the WWE has let their officials reveal their names.
The newly recorded songs are to be released through The Smashing Pumpkins front-man Billy Corgan's new, and currently unnamed, record label.
In an unnamed Southern town, a group of white men learn that all African Americans are planning to emigrate to Mars.
The unrelated stories are tied together by the frame device of " the Illustrated Man ", a vagrant with a tattooed body whom the unnamed narrator meets.
According to Ellingson, Fairchild ends his book with a denunciation of the ( always unnamed ) believers in primitivism or " The Noble Savage " -- whom he feels are threatening to unleash the dark forces of irrationality on civilization.
During a performance, Buttons converses with a woman member of the audience — who warns him that an unnamed " they " are asking questions about him again.
Emissions of lava from depths of up to 3, 600 metres resulted in the formation of the Eolian Islands, together with Ustica and a series of submarine volcanoes named Magnani, Vavilov, Marsili and Palinuro, as well as two that are unnamed.
Voldemort has also been compared with other characters within fiction, for example Sauron from The Lord of the Rings ; they are, during the time when the main plot takes place, seeking to recover their lost power after having been considered dead or at least no longer a threat, and are also so feared that they are sometimes unnamed.
* The Yugoslavian Girls-Two unnamed females from Sarajevo in which Richard comments their names are hard to spell out or even pronounce, and are thus dubbed as the Yugo Girls.
Hook: The Adventures of a Notorious Youth, Captain Hook was born the illegitimate son of a nobleman, " Lord B ", and an unnamed woman Hook has never met ( however, throughout the story, there are multiple clues in the way characters act and react that the unnamed woman may in fact be the Queen ).
The two poems quoted by Aristotle help to date the poet's life ( assuming of course that Charon and the unnamed father are speaking about events that Archilochus had experienced himself ).

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