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Bi-continuous Valuations

1998
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Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science
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Shorina consider

doi:10.1016/s1571-0661(05)80218-x
fatcat:ji4dzwpusvbdng35vde44i2g6y
*valuations*on topological spaces that are*continuous*, co-*continuous*and strongly non-degenerate 2]. ... In a recent paper Partial Metrics and Co-*continuous**Valuations*, M. A. Bukatin and S. Yu. ... Scott) there are*bi*-*continuous**valuations*. ...##
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On Hadwiger-Alesker finiteness theorem
[article]

2022
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arXiv
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pre-print

The space of

arXiv:2206.12872v2
fatcat:nf2klmdzcjg73ety5xiijjc3bu
*continuous**valuations*which are only translation invariant is infinite dimensional. ... Then the dimension of O(H, O(n))-invariant*continuous**valuations*on R(w) is n + 1 = dim H + 1 with a canonical basis µ 0 , µ 1 , ..., µ n . ...##
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VALUATION AND METRIC ON A LATTICE EFFECT ALGEBRA

2008
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Demonstratio Mathematica
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In the present paper we have derived some properties of the pseudo-metric introduced by Riecanová on a lattice effect algebra E corresponding to a

doi:10.1515/dema-2008-0202
fatcat:jqwcyyfrevcd3oegrupyncxjye
*valuation*ω on E, which turns out to be a metric if ω ... (ii) If, in addition, L is a σ-complete lattice and μ is upper*continuous*, then ai =*bi*(mod μ), ζ G Ν implies VSi α « = (V£i*bi*)(mod μ). Proof, (i) Let a,b,a\,*bi*G L. ... Let a¿ | a and*bi*| 6. TVien a = b(mod μ), provided L is infinitely distributive and μ is upper*continuous*. Proof. Since a¿ | a,*bi*| b and a¿ =*bi*(mod μ) for all ieN, i.e. ...##
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Page 937 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2000b
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2000
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Mathematical Reviews
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As an application, the connectedness of the H(A) unit interval (ZL) and the H(A) real line R(L) are proved.”
2000b:06023 06B35 06B23
Keimel, Klaus (D-DARM; Darmstadt)

*Bi*-*continuous**valuations*. ... There are obvious obstructions to the existence of*bi*-*continuous**valuations*in the case of non-trivial 7\-spaces X; on the other hand, Bukatin and Shorina have recently shown that they exist on complete ...##
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Reputation-Aware Continuous Double Auction

2014
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTIETH AAAI CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE TWENTY-EIGHTH INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE
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Truthful bidding is a desirable property for

doi:10.1609/aaai.v28i1.9090
fatcat:p52bmunt6jg4dnnuqwlor4asoy
*continuous*double auctions (CDAs). Many incentive mechanisms have been proposed to elicit truthful bids. ... In this situation, buyers may become unwilling to bid their true*valuations*in the future to compensate for their risks of being cheated, thereby rendering CDAs ineffective. ... Proof 1 For a buyer i with true*valuation*b i for an item, and a seller j with true cost a j for the same item, we need to show that among all possible bids*bi*from buyer i, setting*bi*= b i maximizes ...##
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A Search-Based Theory of the On-the-Run Phenomenon

2006
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Social Science Research Network
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There is a

doi:10.2139/ssrn.669821
fatcat:wbqlvj2isfex3e32yfl5isyaiy
*continuous*flow F of average-*valuation*agents who switch to high*valuation*, and a*continuous*flow F who switch to low*valuation*. ... Thus, ν i µ bo µ i = κµ si + κµ si + λµ*bi*µ si . (B.5) Low-*valuation*non-searchers ni: The inflow is λµ*bi*µ si from the low-*valuation*sellers. ...##
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A Search-Based Theory of the On-the-Run Phenomenon

2008
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Journal of Finance
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There is a

doi:10.1111/j.1540-6261.2008.01360.x
fatcat:v3awp2jjfvavzpkd5xrhskk62a
*continuous*flow F of average-*valuation*agents who switch to high*valuation*, and a*continuous*flow F who switch to low*valuation*. ... Thus, ν i µ bo µ i = κµ si + κµ si + λµ*bi*µ si . (B.5) Low-*valuation*non-searchers ni: The inflow is λµ*bi*µ si from the low-*valuation*sellers. ...##
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Valuation rings in finite-dimensional division algebras

1989
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Journal of Algebra
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In this case T= n

doi:10.1016/0021-8693(89)90190-7
fatcat:vk55li2wzfc55ogqgizskmd42m
*Bi*,*Bi*in 9. ... Such a ring is called an extension of the*valuation*ring B of K, the centre of D, if B' n K= B. ... This process is*continued*until finally B1/MZ is the x1-adic*valuation*ring of B,/M2 E L(x,), B,/M1 z L. ...##
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A National Survey of the Perceived Monetary Value of Public Library Service for Norwegians: Contingent Valuation Approach Reveals a 1:4 Cost-Benefit Ratio

2007
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Evidence Based Library and Information Practice
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Design – Four sets of 2 questions were included in a

doi:10.18438/b8pc7d
fatcat:5w6tckrujvgerfhppzbtvt3bqy
*bi*-monthly omnibus telephone survey conducted by a private agency. Setting – Norway. ... Conclusions – The 1:4 cost-benefit ratio provides a rationale for*continued*government funding of the public library in Norway as a cost-effective and much-valued service at the national level. ... As Aabø and her scholarly colleagues*continue*their work in this area, it is to be hoped that best practices for credible*valuations*of library service will emerge, simplifying the task of replicating ...##
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A characterization of partial metrizability: domains are quantifiable

2003
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Theoretical Computer Science
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As an application, we show that ω-

doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(02)00705-3
fatcat:qeryzby3tjcflk2sll3e3apune
*continuous*dcpo's are quantifiable in the sense of [O'N97], i.e. the Scott topology and partial order are induced by a partial metric. ... The characterization yields a powerful tool which establishes a correspondence between partial metrics and special types of*valuations*, referred to as Q-*valuations*(cf. also [Sch00] ). ... A*continuous*dcpo with a countable basis is called ω-*continuous*. An ω-*continuous*dcpo is also simply referred to as a domain. ...##
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Payment Measures, Interest, and Discounting

1990
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Scandinavian Actuarial Journal
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Additional regularity requirements lead to

doi:10.1080/03461238.1990.10413870
fatcat:6rhq5k53vbdvrcwjobdgltug3y
*valuating*any payment stream by the integral of a positive discount function with respect to the payment measure. ... Each*Bi*is absolutely*continuous*with respect to B. Since B is a-finite, the Radon-Nikodym derivative*bi*=dBJdB exists for each i. ... A comparison of (2.3) and (2.4) illustrates why*continuous*payment streams may serve as convenient ap proximations to discrete ones.*Valuation*of payment streams A. Consistent*valuations*. ...##
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Page 663 of Annals of Mathematics Vol. 40, Issue 3
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1939
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Annals of Mathematics
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The

*valuation*B is said to be an extended*valuation*of*Bi*, if B induces in K(x, y) the*valuation*B,;. ... These relations*continue*to hold (and are trivial) if we replace in them the ring $* by the ring 2 (and wi by the prime ideal Q(z, y)). ...##
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Graceful 2-regular graphs and Skolem sequences

1991
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Discrete Mathematics
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An cu-

doi:10.1016/0012-365x(91)90247-y
fatcat:o4l4ikoicjhbvmfmg344ja6soa
*valuation*1~ of a graph G is a graceful numbering of G which satisfies the following additional condition: There exists a number r (OS r s ]E(G)]) such that for any edge e = (v, w), ... Now we choose (at this moment arbitrarily) one of the pairs (ai, aj+k), (*bi*,*bi*+& (q+kr hi), (g,*bi*+k) 2nd assign the value k to both its terms. ... If we allow only the pairs of the type (ai, ai+j), (*bi*,*bi*+j), this becomes impossible for cycles of odd length. ...##
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Page 93 of American Mathematical Society. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society Vol. 97, Issue 1
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1960
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American Mathematical Society. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society
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them with respect to the resulting metric, thereby obtaining the lattices of the second kind, which are of course

*continuous*geometries. ... Our lattices do possess a positive*valuation*, but when the*valuation*is normal- ized by assigning the value 1 to the unit element, then there are no elements taking the values 1/n, n=2, 3, 4, - - -. ...##
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Warrant Pricing: A Review of Empirical Research

2001
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Social Science Research Network
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The most important conclusions that can be drawn from reviewing these studies are: (1) it is not necessary to make a correction on opdon

doi:10.2139/ssrn.5818
fatcat:ml26n5k7ynacvjxnikzzw2p4dq
*valuation*madels for the dilution effect; (2) there is no conclusive ... . 6*valuation*model4. ... These results imply that all option*valuation*models used in their study undervalue warrant prices. This outcome is especially remarkable for the*BIS*-model. ...
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