# penalisation

## Definitions

• WordNet 3.6
• n penalisation the act of punishing
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## Usage

### In literature:

This led to stories of the penalises paid by transgressors of the great sins.
"The Scapegoat" by Hall Caine
Picking out, heeling out, or kicking out is strictly forbidden and promptly penalised.
"The Prospector" by Ralph Connor
Nature will penalise carelessness in a disastrous fashion, and spare the cautious and prudent sinner.
"Where No Fear Was" by Arthur Christopher Benson
You will never find expert players, who appreciate what I may call the geometry of the court, penalise themselves in this manner.
"Lawn Tennis for Ladies" by Mrs. Lambert Chambers
They may have had good reason, but they have broken the rules of the game, and ought to be penalised instead of adding to their score.
"Letters of Travel (1892-1913)" by Rudyard Kipling
They managed to get to dining hall without being penalised for tardiness and ate like wood-choppers.
"Left Tackle Thayer" by Ralph Henry Barbour
One after another Irish industries were penalised and crippled by being forbidden all part in the export trade.
"Against Home Rule (1912)" by Various
Next time I'll penalise you.
"Left End Edwards" by Ralph Henry Barbour
He did not dare antagonise her, for if he did, she would penalise him by giving him poor food and reduced portions.
"The Goose Man" by Jacob Wassermann
Any false entry or claim on the agent's part was penalised three-fold, on the principal's part six-fold.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1" by Various
France taxed half a million from it last year by a penalising tariff.
"The Romance of the Reaper" by Herbert Newton Casson
In other words, these innocent and innocuous marks are regarded as defects and penalised accordingly.
"The Preparation of Plantation Rubber" by Sidney Morgan
Thus the absence of this form of bunker is fair to all, while if placed very near the green its presence penalises the push-shot player.
"The Happy Golfer" by Henry Leach
He tried some curious devices to penalise himself for laziness.
"William Hickling Prescott" by Harry Thurston Peck
When the piece is not playable, he is penalised according to the preceding law.
"Hoyle's Games Modernized"
One woman only picked oakum all day; she was the one who was penalised.
"Glimpses into the Abyss" by Mary Higgs
Intemperance, the consuming canker of Indian races, was severely penalised.
"Problems of the Pacific" by Frank Fox
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### In news:

Penalisation is an unpleasant neologism, used for defining methods of treating amblyopia that selectively fog the image of the sound normal eye instead of occluding that eye.
In four years, shrinking demand — especially for new buildings — and the falling public investments in infrastructures have seriously penalised the construction industry .
In four years, shrinking demand — especially for new buildings — and the falling public investments in infrastructures have seriously penalised the construction industry.
CIPR to penalise against ' outdated ' AVE measurements in awards entries.
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### In science:

Penalisation of a stable Lévy process involving its one-sided supremum.
On the scaling property in fluctuation theory for stable L\'evy processes
Like the continuous case, Q describes a probability on (Ω, F∞ ) by : ∀n ≥ 0, ∀Λn ∈ Fn , Q(Λn ) = E0 [1Λn Mn ], and we also study the process X under Q. A better deﬁnition of the principle of penalisation, for instance proof of existence and unicity, can be found in the introduction and the ﬁrst part of [Deb09].
Penalisation of the symmetric random walk by several functions of the supremum
Covariance matrix selection and estimation via penalised normal likelihood.
Test for bandedness of high-dimensional covariance matrices and bandwidth estimation
Wiener integral for the coordinate process is deﬁned under the σ -ﬁnite measure unifying Brownian penalisations, which has been introduced by Na jnudel, Roynette and Yor ( and ).
Wiener integral for the coordinate process under the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Keywords and phrases: Stochastic integral, Brownian motion, Bessel process, penalisation.
Wiener integral for the coordinate process under the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
This measure W has been introduced by Na jnudel, Roynette and Yor ( and ; see also ) in order to give a global view on various Brownian penalisations, which were developed by Roynette, Vallois and Yor (See , and the references therein).
Wiener integral for the coordinate process under the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Yor. A remarkable σ -ﬁnite measure on C (R+ , R) related to many Brownian penalisations. C. R.
Wiener integral for the coordinate process under the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Yor. A global view of Brownian penalisations, volume 19 of MSJ Memoirs.
Wiener integral for the coordinate process under the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Penalising Brownian paths, volume 1969 of Lecture Notes in Math.
Wiener integral for the coordinate process under the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Cameron–Martin formula for the σ -ﬁnite measure unifying Brownian penalisations. J.
Wiener integral for the coordinate process under the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Quasi-invariance under translation is established for the σ -ﬁnite measure unifying Brownian penalisations, which has been introduced by Na jnudel, Roynette and Yor (C. R.
Cameron--Martin formula for the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
This measure W has been introduced by Na jnudel, Roynette and Yor ( and ) so that it uniﬁes various Brownian penalisations.
Cameron--Martin formula for the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
In Section 2, we recall several results In Section 3, we study Wiener integrals for the processes of Brownian penalisations. considered.
Cameron--Martin formula for the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Na jnudel–Roynette–Yor ( and ) introduced the measure W on F∞ deﬁned by (2.8) to give a global view on the Brownian penalisations.
Cameron--Martin formula for the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
Yor. A remarkable σ -ﬁnite measure on C (R+ , R) related to many Brownian penalisations. C. R.
Cameron--Martin formula for the $\sigma$-finite measure unifying Brownian penalisations
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