## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 10 |

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The corresponding

analytic and vanishes nowhere on each V . In particular , if FE M ( U ) \ { const . 0 }

is defined ( see Section II ) by a family of triples ( V , fv , gv ) such that fv and gv ...

The corresponding

**problem**is the existence on U of an F such that F / Gy isanalytic and vanishes nowhere on each V . In particular , if FE M ( U ) \ { const . 0 }

is defined ( see Section II ) by a family of triples ( V , fv , gv ) such that fv and gv ...

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Sometimes schedule is a

of the requirements , trade - offs become possible and are negotiated .

Requirements analysis has three major objectives : 1 . A clear understanding

between ...

Sometimes schedule is a

**problem**. When priorities are known for various aspectsof the requirements , trade - offs become possible and are negotiated .

Requirements analysis has three major objectives : 1 . A clear understanding

between ...

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This

considered the block transform quantization of stationary Gaussian sources with

the assumption that Lloyd - Max quantizers are used for encoding the transform ...

This

**problem**was first studied by Huang and Schultheiss in 1963 ; theyconsidered the block transform quantization of stationary Gaussian sources with

the assumption that Lloyd - Max quantizers are used for encoding the transform ...

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### Contents

Seismology Observational 17 Stochastic Description | 325 |

Semiconductor Alloys LongRange and Karl Friedrich | 345 |

Sequency and Series 73 Solar Energy Engineering | 361 |

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