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  • semicontinuous — adj.; semicontinuously, adv. * * * …   Universalium

  • semicontinuous — adjective (of a function) That it is continuous almost everywhere, except at certain points at which it is either upper semi continuous or lower semi continuous. See Also: semicontinuity, hemicontinuous …   Wiktionary

  • semicontinuous — “+ adjective Etymology: semi + continuous : not fully continuous * * * adj.; semicontinuously, adv …   Useful english dictionary

  • semicontinuous casting — Смотри полунепрерывное литье …   Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии

  • полунепрерывное литье — [semicontinuous casting] получение отливок, состоящее в свободной заливке расплавленного металла в охлаждающую форму кристаллизатор, затвердении металла и вытягавании отливки конечной длины из формы. Полунепрерывным литьем изготовляют трубы… …   Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии

  • Semi-continuity — For the notion of upper or lower semicontinuous multivalued function see: Hemicontinuity In mathematical analysis, semi continuity (or semicontinuity) is a property of extended real valued functions that is weaker than continuity. A extended real …   Wikipedia

  • Hemicontinuity — In mathematics, the concept of continuity as it is defined for single valued functions is not immediately extendible to multi valued mappings or correspondences. In order to derive a more generalized definition, the dual concepts of upper… …   Wikipedia

  • Caristi fixed point theorem — In mathematics, the Caristi fixed point theorem (also known as the Caristi Kirk fixed point theorem) generalizes the Banach fixed point theorem for maps of a complete metric space into itself. Caristi s fixed point theorem is a variation of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Direct method in the calculus of variations — In the calculus of variations, a topic in mathematics, the direct method is a general method for constructing a proof of the existence of a minimizer for a given functional,[1] introduced by Zaremba and David Hilbert around 1900. The method… …   Wikipedia

  • Multivalued function — This diagram does not represent a true function, because the element 3 in X is associated with two elements, b and c, in Y. In mathematics, a multivalued function (shortly: multifunction, other names: set valued function, set valued map, multi… …   Wikipedia

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