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Tend to Infinity

Describing a variable that, for any reason, becomes extremely large.
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and also for a sequence of values of r tending to infinity we get that
Now, from (20) and in view of (22), we get for a sequence of values of r tending to infinity that
2,2n] for the exponential edge cost distribution and for vertex numbers tending to infinity.
Assuming this number of proper hyperedges in an optimal solution, we proved bounds on the expected optimal value for a vertex number tending to infinity.
n]) be a non-decreasing sequence of positive real numbers tending to infinity and [[lambda].
h] (r) is an increasing function of r, it follows from Lemma 1 that, for a sequence of values of r tending to infinity,
2] sequence if there exist two non-decreasinig sequences of positive numbers tending to infinity such that [[beta].
n=0] be a nondecreasing sequence of positive reals tending to infinity.
l/2][omega](n) have probability tending to 0 for [omega](n) tending to infinity arbitrarily slowly.
min] [right arrow] [infinity] and [beta](n) eigenvalues tend to zero, with [beta](n) tending to infinity when n tends to infinity.
For m fixed and n tending to infinity we can show that [X.