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- functions, construed in a broad sense, forms a part of the subject of asymptotic analysis. The idea that a curve may come arbitrarily close to a line without...

- said to be "asymptotically equivalent to n2, as n → ∞". This is often written symbolically as f(n) ~ n2, which is read as "f(n) is asymptotic to n2". An...

- to be asymptotically approximated by a normal location model, after a rescaling of the parameter. An important example when the local asymptotic normality...

- potentially asymptotically outperform the lower bound and the "asymptotically optimal" algorithms. The nonexistence of an asymptotically optimal algorithm...

- asymptotic value of the estimator. This occurs frequently in estimation of scale parameters by measures of statistical dispersion. An asymptotically normal...

- particle physics, asymptotic freedom is a property of some gauge theories that causes interactions between particles to become asymptotically weaker as the...

- converge to x e {\displaystyle x_{e}} , then x e {\displaystyle x_{e}} is asymptotically stable. The notion of exponential stability guarantees a minimal rate...

- field or mathematical function is asymptotically vanishing in a suitable sense. In general relativity, an asymptotically flat vacuum solution models the...

- com****tional resources, asymptotic time complexity and asymptotic space complexity are commonly estimated. Other asymptotically estimated behavior include...

- respectively: T(n) grows asymptotically no faster than n100 T(n) grows asymptotically no faster than n3 T(n) grows asymptotically as fast as n3. So while...

- said to be "asymptotically equivalent to n2, as n → ∞". This is often written symbolically as f(n) ~ n2, which is read as "f(n) is asymptotic to n2". An...

- to be asymptotically approximated by a normal location model, after a rescaling of the parameter. An important example when the local asymptotic normality...

- potentially asymptotically outperform the lower bound and the "asymptotically optimal" algorithms. The nonexistence of an asymptotically optimal algorithm...

- asymptotic value of the estimator. This occurs frequently in estimation of scale parameters by measures of statistical dispersion. An asymptotically normal...

- particle physics, asymptotic freedom is a property of some gauge theories that causes interactions between particles to become asymptotically weaker as the...

- converge to x e {\displaystyle x_{e}} , then x e {\displaystyle x_{e}} is asymptotically stable. The notion of exponential stability guarantees a minimal rate...

- field or mathematical function is asymptotically vanishing in a suitable sense. In general relativity, an asymptotically flat vacuum solution models the...

- com****tional resources, asymptotic time complexity and asymptotic space complexity are commonly estimated. Other asymptotically estimated behavior include...

- respectively: T(n) grows asymptotically no faster than n100 T(n) grows asymptotically no faster than n3 T(n) grows asymptotically as fast as n3. So while...

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