Oni multe uzis la sonorilon, laux la anonco de la regxo, kaj multe da plendantoj ricevis justecon.
"A Complete Grammar of Esperanto" by Ivy Kellerman Reed
This may be indicated as follows: corpor^e in uno; mult^um ill^e et; monstr^um horrendum; caus^ae irarum.
"New Latin Grammar" by Charles E. Bennett
Much, too = tro multe.
"English-Esperanto Dictionary" by John Charles O'Connor and Charles Frederic Hayes
Par granz batailles e par mult bels sermuns Contre paiens fut tuz tens campiuns.
"The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory" by George Saintsbury
Dendor lama mult durement.
"On the magnet, magnetick bodies also, and on the great magnet the earth" by William Gilbert of Colchester
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The following lemma basically says that every nonabelian simple group different from PSL3(4) and PSU4 (3) can not be embedded in to an automorphism group of an abelian group of order not bigger than than of Mult(S ).
Quasisimple classical groups and their complex group algebras
This problem arises if the multiplicities Mult(a) in the main formula above are larger than 1, which in its turn is a consequence of simple currents having ﬁxed points: J a = a.
The Kreuzer bi-homomorphism
Hence this number is given by the factor “Mult(a)” above.
The Kreuzer bi-homomorphism
Since quasi-eigenvalues µm () are only deﬁned up to errors of order h∞ , there is a notion of ‘multiple quasi-eigenvalue’ deﬁned as follows: we say µm () ∼ µn () if µm − µn = O(∞ ) and deﬁne the multiplicity of µm () by mult(µm ()) = #{n : µm () ∼ µn ()} = dim S pan{ψn (·, ) : (2∆ − µm ())ψn = O(∞ )}.
Random orthonormal bases of spaces of high dimension
Feijer, “Distributed mult i-agent optimization with state-dependent communication,” Math.
Distributed Random Projection Algorithm for Convex Optimization
Ma,[ ~β ]a = Mult(a) Yi where δ1 is equal to 1 if its argument is an integer, and vanishes otherwise.
Simple currents versus orbifolds with discrete torsion -- a complete classification
Mult(a) appears because a may be a ﬁxed point of some currents.
Simple currents versus orbifolds with discrete torsion -- a complete classification
M[ ~β ]a,a = Mult(a) Yi Clearly the currents in the left algebra form precisely the kernel of X T .
Simple currents versus orbifolds with discrete torsion -- a complete classification
Ma,[ ~β ]a = Mult(a) Yi where the simple currents [ ~β ] are in a subgroup H of the (effective) center and where RH = X + X T is the monodromy matrix for that subgroup with Xij Nj integer.
Simple currents versus orbifolds with discrete torsion -- a complete classification
Taking an extra factor of 2 due to the symmetry of the sum into account we ﬁnd the expected result mult(Λ0 ) = 44.
On the Imaginary Simple Roots of the Borcherds Algebra $g_{II_{9,1}}$
The mult model works best are those where the partial wave of the q ¯q or qqq is lower than that of the hadronic channels into which they can decay.
The End of the Constituent Quark Model?
Thomas, “Feedback can at most double Gaussian mult iple access channel capacity,” IEEE Trans.
Secret Writing on Dirty Paper: A Deterministic View
It is ambiguity of a solut ion of an init ial value problem: deriving a final state of a system from the complete set of init ial and boundary condit ions can give mult iple solut ions or no solution.
The Universal Arrow of Time III-IV:(Part III) Nonquantum gravitation theory (Part IV) Quantum gravitation theory
The expected sample size of Mult and MultH are nearly identical, the former being somewhat larger due to its larger critical values in (2.5)-(2.6).
Multistage tests of multiple hypotheses
Yu, “Cross-layer QoS provisioning for mult imedia transmissions in cognitive radio networks,” in Proc.
On Scalable Video Streaming over Cognitive Radio Cellular and Ad Hoc Networks
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