Cardinality


Application of the computerised UT flaw detectors cardinally changes the approaches to diagnostics of the objects, the metal of which has degraded and need a more thorough periodical bulk inspection.  [c.792]

The complete loop is shown in Figure 23 It has five phase-inverting reactions, and therefore is a phase-inverting loop. The degeneracy that lies within the loop is the symmetric Dji, structure—at this symmetry all five type-I structures are degenerate. Alternatively, the five B structures could serve as anchors, the transitions between any pair are also phase inverting, with the Aj structures functioning as transition states. This example emphasizes the cardinal importance of spin pairing as the basis for choosing anchors—the conventional choice is a nuclear stmcture that lies in an energy minimum, but this is not an essential requirement.  [c.360]

The degree, d(v), of a vertex v is the number of edges with which it is incident. The set of neighbors, N v), of a vertex v is the set of vertices which are adjacent to v. The degree of a vertex is also the cardinality of its neighbor set.  [c.408]

When you request an orbital, yon can use the cardinal number of the orbital (ordered by energy and starting with number=l) or an offset from either the highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) or the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LL MO). Offset from the HOMO are negative and from the LUMO are positive. Often these frontier orbitals are the ones of most chemical interest.  [c.244]

When you request an orbital, you can use the cardinal number of the orbital (ordered by energy and starting with number=l) or an offset from either the highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) or the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (LUMO). Offset from the HOMO are negative and from the LUMO are positive. Often these frontier orbitals are the ones of most chemical interest.  [c.244]

Cardiac depressant Cardiac steroids Cardigin Car dilate Cardinal Clear Carding  [c.168]

U.S. Pat. 3,142,665 (fuly 28, 1964), A. J. Cardinal, W. L. Edens, and J. W. Van Dyk (to E.I. du Pont de Nemours Co., Inc.).  [c.357]

Cardinal Stabilizers, Columbia, S.C.  [c.549]

Commercially available tin compounds having aimual production or gross sales of >2.3 metric tons or 5,000.00 are Hsted in References 194 and 195. Principal U.S. producers of inorganic tin compounds include M T Chemicals, Inc., Vulcan Materials Company, and Allied Corporation. M T Chemicals, Inc., is the largest U.S. producer of organotin compounds, followed by Carstab Corporation, Witco Chemical Corporation, and Cardinal Chemical Company minor producers are Interstab, Synthetic Products Company, Tenneco Chemicals Company, and Ferro Chemical Company  [c.77]

Sometimes the results of QRA will be used in the public arena, and communicating to the public about the risks of exposure to chemicals is difficult. You must be sensitive to the feelings of a public that is generally suspicious of industry and ignorant of science. As the source of risk information, it is your responsibility to communicate a message through a channel (meeting, newsletter, videotape, public service announcement, etc.) that the receiver (citizens, government officials, emergency responders, media, etc.) understands. Communication can be rewarding for source and receiver alike if The Seven Cardinal Rules of Risk Communication are followed. (More resources on risk communication are listed in Suggested Additional Reading. )  [c.60]

Seven Cardinal Rules of Risk Communication, OPA-87-020, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, March 1996.  [c.69]

Cardinal Industry Sigma-Aldrich Fine Chemicals  [c.105]

Cardinal Glennon Children s Hospital Regional Poison Center  [c.314]

Toxicology is the science of poisons, i.c, the study of chemical or physical agents that produce adverse responses in biological systems. Together with other scientific disciplines (such as epidemiology, the study of the cause and distribution of disease in human populations, and risk assessment), toxicology can be used to determine the relationship between an agent of interest and a group of people or a community. Of the many different types of toxicology (sec Table 11.3.1), all types, or different applications of the science, start from a common nomenclature and set of cardinal principles.  [c.322]

Seven Cardinal Rules of Risk Communication  [c.527]

There are no easy prescriptions for successful risk communication. However, tliose who liave studied and participated in recent debates about risk generally agree on seven cardinal rules. These rules apply equally well to tlie public and private sectors. Altliough many of tliese rules may seem obvious, they are continually and consistently violated in practice. Tims, a useful way to read tliese rules is to focus on why they are frequently not followed  [c.527]

USEPA, Seven Cardinal Rules of Risk Communication, EPA/OPA/8700, Washington, D.C., 1988.  [c.537]

Streamlining has a major effect on the energy efficiency of bodies moving through a fluid. For example, a bicycle with its odd shaped surfaces, has a relatively large drag coefficient. In contrast, a streamlined outer shell used for recumbent bicycles reduces the drag and has allowed the speed record to reach 67 mph. Streamlining is a cardinal principle in airplane design, where drag reduction is so important.  [c.13]

A set which is not finite is called infinite. Although it is meaningless to speak of the number of elements of such sets, we say that two infinite sets have the same cardinality if their respective elements can be put into a one-to-one correspondence.  [c.23]

Before reviewing some of the more common approaches to constructing reversible CA from scratch, it is first of all important to understand why we should expect any difficulty at all in casually defining them. The difficulty stems mainly from the different cardinalities of the site value set and the set of A -tuples (where J f is the neighborhood size) defining the rule table. That is to say, since a general CA map (j) maps —> Zk, an obvious but important consequence is that (except for the  [c.373]

A trivial reversible CA consists of a collection of completely isolated systems each site contains only itself in its neighborhood. Since a7 = 1, the rule table and site value sets have the same cardinality. In particular, if the function 21,—> Z is invertible (i.e. if 4> serves merely to permute the elements of the set Zk) then the global CA system is itself reversible. More formally, writing < = tt H/ci where  [c.373]

Among the variety of ways of separation of signals from the noise it may be possible to select a cardinal principle, i.e. the decorrelation of the echo-signal from the defect and reflections from the structure, (i.e. ensuring orthogonality of these signals). Signals can be orthogonal (therefore discernible) in time and frequency domains and also due to differences of phase-frequency spectra. Hence, as a result is a requirement for the separation of useful signals from the signal of structural noise and not only time, but. frequency spatial, code decorrelation of the signal should be used. For carrying out the studies of frequency characteristics of austenitic materials an installation, the structural scheme of which is depicted in Figure 1, was created.  [c.730]

An important property of a fuzzy set is its cardinality. While for crisp sets the cardinality is simply the number of elements in a set, the cardinality of a fuzzy set A, CardA, gives the sum of the values of the membership function of A, as in Eq. (9).  [c.466]

Fig. 1. Solar energy transmittance through glass and glass having sputtered silver coatings, where A corresponds to clear float glass B, to LoE, one layer of sputtered silver in stack of oxides (prevents tarnishing and eliminates internal reflections) deposited on one interior surface of two layers of glass (an inert gas (argon) is placed between panes) C, to LoE, same as B except silver and oxide layer thicknesses selected to provide lower solar energy minimum transmission and D, L0E2, similar to B except that two separated layers of sputtered silver located in stack of oxides (9). Courtesy of Cardinal IG. Fig. 1. Solar energy transmittance through glass and glass having sputtered silver coatings, where A corresponds to clear float glass B, to LoE, one layer of sputtered silver in stack of oxides (prevents tarnishing and eliminates internal reflections) deposited on one interior surface of two layers of glass (an inert gas (argon) is placed between panes) C, to LoE, same as B except silver and oxide layer thicknesses selected to provide lower solar energy minimum transmission and D, L0E2, similar to B except that two separated layers of sputtered silver located in stack of oxides (9). Courtesy of Cardinal IG.
Glass Productsfor Windows and Doors, Cardinal IG, Minnetonka, Minn., 1994, p. 21.  [c.87]

Cleavage of the 8-lactam carbonyl-nitrogen bond is of cardinal significance, because the antibacterial activity of 8-lactam antibiotics is dependent on this reaction. The ability of 8-lactam antibiotics to act as acylating agents within the active site of bacterial enzymes critical for cell wall biosynthesis is, in turn, dependent on the reactivity of the 8-lactam carbonyl. At the same time the carbonyl must not be so reactive that it is hydrolyzed by adventitious nucleophiles prior to its arrival at the target enzymes. Thus, the proper balance between reactivity and stability of the 8-lactam ring must be struck to achieve maximum antibacterial potency. Furthermore, since the more reactive 8-lactams are cleaved under relatively mild conditions, this feature must be carefully considered in any strategy for the total synthesis or chemical modification of penicillins and cephalosporins. Compared to penicillins, cephalosporins are relatively more stable to 8-lactam cleavage. Thus, while penicillins are normally stable only near neutrality (pH 5-8) and react readily with alcohols, cephalosporins are hydrolyzed less readily, particularly under acid conditions, and have sufficient stability to permit their recrystallization from methanol. However, the P-lactam of cephalosporin does react readily with good nucleophiles. For example, cleavage by hydroxylamine to form a hydroxamic acid is the basis of a rapid assay for p-lactam antibiotics. Reaction is essentially complete within 3 min at pH 7 (B-72MI51003).  [c.287]

J. L Ecuyer, C. Brassard, C. Cardinal, and B. Terrault. NucL Instr. and Methods. 149, 127, 1978.  [c.500]

Phone +1 414 358 1214 Fax -K 414 358 1228 E-mail webmaster cardinal-ind.com Web site www.cardinal-ind.com  [c.222]

Grund-versueb, m. fundamental experiment, -wasser, n. (under)ground water, -wasser-splegel, m. ground-water level, water table, -zabl, /. unit base number, base cardinal number, -zug, m. leading feature, characteristic pi.) outline, -zustand, m. ground (level) state.  [c.196]

A sharper bound is given by Tchuente [tch82], who showed that Tjd majority < r x), where r x) is the cardinality of the set of blocks of consecutive 1-valued sites making up the finite initial state (see also [golesQO]).  [c.281]

Schulman and Seiden first note that a (5-function can be written as a sum of products of cr s. Let L — and K be any subset of the set L of cardinality  [c.365]

Are there any noncomputable numbers They are certain to exist since the cardinality of the set of all possible programs (which is equal to that of the integers) is less than the cardinality of the set of reals. It is, in fact, easy to construct a noncomputable number, using Turing s Halting Theorem number, in some arbitrary manner, all possible programs that run with, say, a single input instruction Pi (-> l,p2 2,...,pn n,..., and set ( = n2, where q = 1 if the  [c.681]


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