from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Mathematics Unbounded in one direction or dimension.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Limited at one end and extending to infinity away from it.
- Bounded by an infinite plane: said of a medium whose only boundary is a plane surface.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Ellison has been at the center of a semi-infinite run of petty dramas since I personally was old enough to read.
All your reasons in favor of immortality presuppose semi-infinite resources as well as equal access to them, capability to expand into space, and a totally flat social organization with direct representation.
Basically the problem is the semi-infinite one-dimensional heat equation with source at x=0 (the surface), but that boundary condition depends on a relationship between dT/dx and T at x = 0 (I think this qualifies as mixed boundary conditions - not Dirichlet or Neumann anyway).
There are many ways to reduce or alleviate such inherent arithmetical errors, including the most obvious: fixed point semi-infinite precision arithmetic.
She seemed to be semi-infinite as her often melodious speaking voice was unimaginable in one direction and limited in another.
The World Wide Web is the multimedia version of the Internet, where you can get not only text but also pictures and sounds on a semi-infinite range of topics, stored on "" Web pages, '' maintained by companies, institutions, and individuals.
From these sources it can be estimated that on a windless or near windless days for a semi-infinite slab that the Tmax increase would be expected to approach 1F for a Temp sensor bounded by a road.
Disjoint semi-infinite lines perhaps In those early papers, the largest problem in CI computation seems to be the possibility of , proxy = zero * temperature + noise in this context.
No, your response is just another of a semi-infinite number of examples of PT logic that goes like this:
An exceptionally fruitful concept for the mathematical modeling of hydrological processes is the so-called semi-infinite storage reservoir, especially the type with a fixed bottom and no fixed maximum Klemeš, 1970, 1971, 1973.
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