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SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS FOR
, 1976
"... ABSTRACT. Let E be a locally compact, second countable Hausdorff space and let X(t) be a Markov process with state space E. Sufficient conditions are given for the existence of a solution to the initial value problem, au/at = Au + V(x) * u, u(O) = f, where A is the infinitesimal generator of the p ..."
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ABSTRACT. Let E be a locally compact, second countable Hausdorff space and let X(t) be a Markov process with state space E. Sufficient conditions are given for the existence of a solution to the initial value problem, au/at = Au + V(x) * u, u(O) = f, where A is the infinitesimal generator
Sufficient conditions for Janowski starlikeness
 International J. Math. and Mathematical Sciences, Article ID
"... . These results are then applied to obtain sufficient conditions for analytic functions to be Janowski starlike. ..."
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. These results are then applied to obtain sufficient conditions for analytic functions to be Janowski starlike.
A sufficient condition for backtrackfree search
, 1982
"... A constraint satisfaction problem revolves finding values for a set of variables subject of a set of constraints (relations) on those variables Backtrack search is often used to solve such problems. A relationship involving the structure of the constraints i described which characterizes tosome deg ..."
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A constraint satisfaction problem revolves finding values for a set of variables subject of a set of constraints (relations) on those variables Backtrack search is often used to solve such problems. A relationship involving the structure of the constraints i described which characterizes tosome degree the extreme case of mimmum backtracking (none) The relationship involves a concept called "width," which may provide some guidance in the representation f constraint satisfaction problems and the order m which they are searched The width concept is studied and applied, in particular, to constraints which form tree structures.
Sufficient conditions for admissibility
"... Sufficient conditions for the finite and infinitetime admissibility of an observation operator are given. It is shown that the estimates of Weiss are close to being sufficient. If the semigroup is surjective, then the estimate is sufficient. ..."
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Sufficient conditions for the finite and infinitetime admissibility of an observation operator are given. It is shown that the estimates of Weiss are close to being sufficient. If the semigroup is surjective, then the estimate is sufficient.
New sufficient conditions for univalence
, 2009
"... Abstract The object of the present paper is to obtain new sufficient conditions on f (z) which lead to some subclasses of univalent functions defined in the open unit disk. ..."
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Abstract The object of the present paper is to obtain new sufficient conditions on f (z) which lead to some subclasses of univalent functions defined in the open unit disk.
ON SOME SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS FOR UNIVALENCE
"... In this paper the method of subordination chains is used to establish some sufficient conditions for univalence for analytic functions defined in the open unit disk. 1 ..."
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In this paper the method of subordination chains is used to establish some sufficient conditions for univalence for analytic functions defined in the open unit disk. 1
SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS FOR ERROR BOUNDS
, 2001
"... For a lower semicontinuous (l.s.c.) inequality system on a Banach space, it is shown that error bounds hold, provided every element in an abstract subdifferential of the constraint function at each point outside the solution set is norm bounded away from zero. A sufficient condition for a global e ..."
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For a lower semicontinuous (l.s.c.) inequality system on a Banach space, it is shown that error bounds hold, provided every element in an abstract subdifferential of the constraint function at each point outside the solution set is norm bounded away from zero. A sufficient condition for a global
Sufficient conditions for infinitehorizon . . .
, 2000
"... After a brief survey of the literature about sufficient conditions, we give dierent sucient conditions of optimality for infinitehorizon calculus of variations problems in the general (non concave) case. Some sucient conditions are obtained by extending to the infinitehorizon setting the techniqu ..."
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After a brief survey of the literature about sufficient conditions, we give dierent sucient conditions of optimality for infinitehorizon calculus of variations problems in the general (non concave) case. Some sucient conditions are obtained by extending to the infinitehorizon setting
Necessary and Sufficient Condition
, 2010
"... We provide a necessary and sufficient condition for goods to be normal when utility functions are differentiable and strongly quasiconcave. Our condition is equivalent to the condition proposed by Alarie et al. (1990), but it is easier to check: it only requires to compute the minors associated wit ..."
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We provide a necessary and sufficient condition for goods to be normal when utility functions are differentiable and strongly quasiconcave. Our condition is equivalent to the condition proposed by Alarie et al. (1990), but it is easier to check: it only requires to compute the minors associated
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