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- adj. Such that the image of a sum is at most the sum of the images of the summands.
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The real value of melody in a language is considerable as subadditive; but when not jutting out into consciousness under the friction of comparison, the absence or inferiority of it is, as privative of pleasure, of little consequence.
A fundamental difference is that while the sum of probabilities of two disjoint sets must always be equal to one (requirement of additivity), fuzzy measures can be either super or subadditive.
Time-estimation error following weber-fechner law may explain subadditive time-discounting.
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