non-finite

Definitions

• WordNet 3.6
• adj non-finite of verbs; having neither person nor number nor mood (as a participle or gerund or infinitive) "infinite verb form"
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Usage

In news:

Donna Burns, The College of Saint Rose – Grief and Non- Finite Loss.
Donna Burns, The College of Saint Rose – Grief and Non-Finite Loss.
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In science:

All cases (i-iv) lead to a finite quantum non-locality length L.
The density maximum of He4 at the lambda point modeled by the stochastic quantum hydrodynamic analogy
In our model each non-empty subset of agents has a non-empty finite set of pay-off vectors to choose from.
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
We allow each pair of agents a non-empty finite set of real valued divisions of a good to choose from.
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
Contract Choice Problems: Let X be a non-empty finite subset of ℵ(: the set of natural numbers), denoting the set of participating agents.
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
Given S∈[X], let C(S) = {µ/ µ is a bijection on X with µ(S) = S} and C0(S) = {µ∈C(S)/ T is a non-empty proper subset of S implies µ(T) ≠T}. A Contract Choice Problem (CCP) G is an ordered pair < X, (F(S))S∈[X] > such that for all S∈[X]: (i) F(S) is a non-empty finite subset of ℜS; (ii) F({a}) = {0}.
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
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