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Convex

Curved, as in the shape of the outside of a circle. Usually referring to the price/required yield relationship for option-free bonds.

Convex

Describing a curve. Generally speaking, analysts use convex to describe the price-yield relationship of coupon bonds.
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We have proposed a truth incentive mechanism that encourages the reduction of consumption of convexly priced resources and can be easily understood by consumers.
As [gamma] increases, information sharing increases linearly and the attack level decreases convexly, eventually reaching zero as in Figure 2.
Supra-anal plate short transverse, anterior border strongly concave and hind margin convexly rounded, but slightly excavated in the middle (Fig.
A convexly independent set S [subset or equal to] V (G) is a set such that, for all v [member of] S, v [member of] H (S\{v}).
A comparative simulation with a 0.01 M NaCl electrolyte solution showed a 15% increase and a 20% decrease compared to the planar region at the convexly and the concavely curved boundaries, respectively.
The humeral angles developed into wide and long tubercles, the peritreme not reaching the middle of metapleura, the apices of femora only convexly projected, and tibia of II and III legs sulcate near apex distinguish A.
Unlike the typical adult leaves, juvenile leaves tend to be smaller with fewer chloroplasts, but convexly curved epidermal cells.
Corridors become living walls to break away from an institutional feel, expanding convexly and pushing upwards to increase the opportunity for light penetration.
As a convex set, the image of the energy-Casimir map is convexly generated by the images of the stable equilibrium of system (1), namely,
Motylev (1981)) and an S-shaped one (first convexly and then concavely increasing) (e.g.
The conditions at which swelling or rupture occurred are depicted by the symbol "X," while the conditions where specimens were normally processed are depicted by the symbol "O." The control specimens convexly swelled from the end grain to the specimen center, wherein the center swelling was significantly larger than that of the end grain.