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Additivity is the prop- erty of the equivalence of the satisfaction of a set of functional dependencies (FDs), F, with the individual satisfaction of each member of F in an incomplete relation. ... in incomplete relations. ...
In this talk I briefly comment on the conventional lattice gauge fixing adopting a critical, even though constructive, numerical point of view. ... A µ (x) . . . = C(g 0 ) . (10) This relation has been checked numerically on the lattice by measuring a set of Green functions related to the gluon propagator for SU(3) in the Landau gauge with periodic ... From a numerical point of a view the values of a gauge dependent operators strongly fluctuate around zero if the gauge has not been fixed. ...arXiv:hep-lat/9912037v1 fatcat:q7rchi3x2zdddothlnkbsj2eg4
With respect to indiscernibility relations dependency relations resembling functional dependencies in relational databases and implications in formal concept analysis may be defined. ... The idea is that in many situations our knowledge of objects is incomplete, and it can be viewed as being restricted by some indiscernibility relations. ... With respect to indiscernibility relations dependency relations resembling functional dependencies in relational databases and implications in formal concept analysis may be defined. ...doi:10.1007/s11225-006-9018-5 fatcat:et7azj3uhrfhjm6vacixqamfne
A func- tional dependency (FD) is weakly satisfied in an incomplete rela- tion if there exists a possible world of this relation in which the FD is satisfied in the standard way. ... for either of the two measures.” 98e:68047 68P15 Levene, Mark (4-LNDUC-C; London); Loizou, George (4-LNDBK-C; London) The additivity problem for functional dependencies in incomplete relations. ...
Lattice Fermions and Structure of the Vacuum
In this talk I briefly comment on the conventional lattice gauge fixing adopting a critical, even though constructive, numerical point of view. ... A µ (x) . . . = C(g 0 ) . (10) This relation has been checked numerically on the lattice by measuring a set of Green functions related to the gluon propagator for SU (3) in the Landau gauge with periodic ... From a numerical point of a view the values of a gauge dependent operators strongly fluctuate around zero if the gauge has not been fixed. ...doi:10.1007/978-94-011-4124-6_23 fatcat:whxv7ryvyjhqvj4etievlzsnfq
First, basics on concept lattices are explained startin8 from simple data contexts which consist of a binary relation between objects and attrlbutet indicating which object has which attribute. ... Abstracts"Concept Lattice" is the central notion of aFormal Concept Analysis," a new area of research which is ba~ed on a set-theoreticed model for concepts and conceptual hierarchies. ... The small concept lattice in Figure 12 indicates that there is a large number of functional dependencies in the many-valued context of Figure 7 . ...doi:10.1016/0898-1221(92)90120-7 fatcat:2zig5fo3zrgytbuihhzvs44iry
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Selecting components that satisfy a given set of requirements is a key problem in software reuse, especially in reusing between different domains of functionality. ... In this paper, we define generic incomplete specifications, to introduce an explicit source of variability that allows reusing models across different domains, accommodating them to operate in multiple ... AE ½ Å Ì ½ Ì ½ (1) Our proposal in this paper is to organize the repository in a single lattice of generic components, using the Å Ì ½ relations. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27799-6_1 fatcat:ma2sxfsnhvabbhhzdde6ucp37i
The elimination of the effects of acci- 235 ‘Cornish, E. A. The recovery of inter-block information in quasi-factorial designs with incomplete data. I. Square, triple, and cubic lattices. ... The view taken is that the problem of rational behavior cannot be regarded as a simple maximum problem, but is of a type that arises in the theory of games of strategy. ...
We take advantage of both symmetric and asymmetric views of aspects, and perform formal concept analysis to examine the functional and quality requirements of an evolving product line. ... The resulting concept lattice provides a rich notion which allows remarkable insights into the modularity and interactions of requirements. ... We also thank John Mylopoulos and Krzysztof Czarnecki for careful comments on earlier drafts of this paper. Funding was provided by NSERC. ...doi:10.1145/1509239.1509259 dblp:conf/aosd/NiuE09 fatcat:nmbx563kxvawzfgl7txvy5lx5m
Such a density-matrix description can be viewed as a probability mixture of different wave-functions. ... But for a more precise equation in relation to the stress-energy tensor, we know that in a non-zero temperature, the wave-function is not enough to describe the physical reality. ... Penrose, in 2014 argued that some conscious features such as understanding are not algorithmic computable and this incompleteness relates to the incomplete laws of physics at the scale of the brain which ...doi:10.17265/1934-7391/2016.06.002 fatcat:4l4cag7g5vchzhns42trfs2jxq
Summary: “Given a preference relation defined on a subset of a Banach lattice, satisfying the usual properties and an additional assumption of no-discrimination, we construct a smooth function that can ... of view. ...
For the social justice of Artificial Intelligence (AI) products, it checks whether a data matrix incompletely prescribes the targeted system. ... Higher-order structural dependency of k(≥3) features is exhibited through block patterns within heatmaps that are constructed by permuting contingency-kD-lattices of counts. ... Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/e23050594 pmid:34064857 pmcid:PMC8151017 fatcat:7bjdbbjemnhq5jb7noajsxxehm
We wish to draw an attention to a non-gibbsian behavior of zero-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures, which appears to be manifested in experiments by an effect of incomplete depopulation from electronic ... In the present work the effect is interpreted with help of electron-LO-phonon interaction, which is supposed to play a role in these structures in the form of multiple-scattering of electron on the optical ... lattice of the nanostructure, making the environment, in which a charge-carrier moves, to be a system with non-conservative property from energy point of view. ...doi:10.1016/j.physe.2005.05.032 fatcat:k34izdedy5gehee7sa2etqtt7e
This function maps each pair of the attribute's domain to a truth value in a truth lattice. Then, we associate a lattice of comparabilities to every relation, comparing pairwise its tuples. ... Thus, we introduce a lattice-based declarative framework to cope with this issue. First, we assign a comparability function to each attribute of the relation scheme. ... It offers a new point of view on FDs in presence of incomplete information. ...arXiv:1909.12656v3 fatcat:l2r7fujcgbbehkuvsg7cuijqby
(mn) in order to establish relations between the functions GF (l, 71) and the sub-lattice functions Ls( 00, m, n).The relation, as it stands, exhibits GF ( , , n) as a l function of the sub-lattice functions ... I seek a representation of the lattice function that shall be a constant reminder of this enumerating function, and with this object in view I write the latter in the form where the algebraic fraction ... j8 \ which have s dividing lines, is the coefficient of X*o in the expansion of the product (a + \fi)p (a + /3)?. ...doi:10.1098/rsta.1912.0003 fatcat:3pzyxi5a7vbtngyl3rrjpjvsmu
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