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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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As an example, we prove that the Hamming weight of the so-called width-w non-adjacent form is asymptotically jointly normally distributed for two different values of w [greater than or equal to] 2.
From the overall trend of each rail line, when the basic reproduction number is bigger than 1, the rumors will be spread, which means the positive equilibrium point is globally asymptotically stable.
If the error density f is normal, the authors suggest using the specification [rho](x) = x because it makes the test locally asymptotically most powerful.
In this section, we investigate the problem of controller design for system (1) to ensure that closed-loop system (4) is asymptotically stable and has H [?
0] < 1, the disease free equilibrium is local asymptotically stable but the endemic equilibrium does not exist.
Note here that it should be remembered that the equal signs being used above are not actually equal signs but rather they represent approximations to a certain number of decimal places, or asymptotically equal signs.
Given the conditional asymptotic normality of the estimator, the scaled t-statistic will be asymptotically distributed as a standard normal.
If this limit is zero, the random variables are asymptotically independent in their left tails.
Using the IML, it is possible prove that y = 0 is asymptotically stable if and only if R([lambda]) < 0 for any eigenvalue [lambda] of the matrix Df([bar.
In this context, the objectives of this paper are to determine two limits for the nonlinear gain of the error-squared controller, so that a closed-loop system with such controller is asymptotically stable in the Lyapunov sense and to realize a performance analysis.