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Asymptote

In geometry, a line associated with a curve in such a way that the distance between the line and the curve approaches zero as both reach toward infinity. Asymptotes are used in calculus and are computed using limits.
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Concerning the Stepanov asymptotical almost periodicity and (equi-) Weyl asymptotical almost periodicity, some extra conditions on the vanishing part of function f(x) must be imposed if we want that the solution [u.sub.x](x) defined above belongs to the same class of functions as f(x).
By utilizing the multiple Lyapunov functional approach, necessary and sufficient condition for asymptotical stability of corresponding closed-loop system with a prescribed H [?] disturbance attenuation level Y is proposed.
[13], and an asymptotical solution was also obtained when the effect of the inertia of the moving mass was small.
Hill, "Global asymptotical synchronization of chaotic Lure systems using sampled data: a linear matrix inequality approach," IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, vol.
In other words, they cannot satisfy asymptotical stability condition for stochastic chaotic systems in mean-square sense.
The asymptotical convergence of the proposed bi-iterative estimation method is analyzed.
Li, "Global asymptotical stability of recurrent neural networks with multiple discrete delays and distributed delays," IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, vol.
Errors appear at range around 90[degrees] since PMM is an asymptotical method which considers that the currents on each element are same.
We first establish the condition of asymptotical stability for the filtering error systems (7)-(8).
The asymptotical stability (Sun & Peng, 2009; Sun & Chen, 2004) and stabilization (Yang & Zhang, 2004; Sun & Chen, 2011) of discrete linear singular large-scale systems has been considered by Lyapunov function method.
With the globally asymptotical stability being formally proven, the study by Wang and Yang also illustrates the yield curve inversion in a graph that provides a visual version for one to see easily why and how the yield curve may be inverted under an adverse shock but before the subsequent recession eventually arises.
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