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# Bounded function

About: Bounded function is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 77295 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 1321552 citation(s).

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Abstract: Finite systems of deterministic ordinary nonlinear differential equations may be designed to represent forced dissipative hydrodynamic flow. Solutions of these equations can be identified with trajectories in phase space For those systems with bounded solutions, it is found that nonperiodic solutions are ordinarily unstable with respect to small modifications, so that slightly differing initial states can evolve into considerably different states. Systems with bounded solutions are shown to possess bounded numerical solutions.

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Abstract: §1. We shall denote by uα ( P ) = uα ( x 1, x 2, x 3, t ), α = 1, 2, 3, the components of velocity at the moment t at the point with rectangular cartesian coordinates x 1, x 2, x 3. In considering the turbulence it is natural to assume the components of the velocity uα ( P ) at every point P = ( x 1, x 2, x 3, t ) of the considered domain G of the four-dimensional space ( x 1, x 2, x 3, t ) are random variables in the sense of the theory of probabilities (cf. for this approach to the problem Millionshtchikov (1939) Denoting by Ᾱ the mathematical expectation of the random variable A we suppose that ῡ 2 α and (d uα /d xβ )2― are finite and bounded in every bounded subdomain of the domain G .

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14 Mar 1996Abstract: 1.1. Introduction.- 1.2. Outer Integrals and Measurable Majorants.- 1.3. Weak Convergence.- 1.4. Product Spaces.- 1.5. Spaces of Bounded Functions.- 1.6. Spaces of Locally Bounded Functions.- 1.7. The Ball Sigma-Field and Measurability of Suprema.- 1.8. Hilbert Spaces.- 1.9. Convergence: Almost Surely and in Probability.- 1.10. Convergence: Weak, Almost Uniform, and in Probability.- 1.11. Refinements.- 1.12. Uniformity and Metrization.- 2.1. Introduction.- 2.2. Maximal Inequalities and Covering Numbers.- 2.3. Symmetrization and Measurability.- 2.4. Glivenko-Cantelli Theorems.- 2.5. Donsker Theorems.- 2.6. Uniform Entropy Numbers.- 2.7. Bracketing Numbers.- 2.8. Uniformity in the Underlying Distribution.- 2.9. Multiplier Central Limit Theorems.- 2.10. Permanence of the Donsker Property.- 2.11. The Central Limit Theorem for Processes.- 2.12. Partial-Sum Processes.- 2.13. Other Donsker Classes.- 2.14. Tail Bounds.- 3.1. Introduction.- 3.2. M-Estimators.- 3.3. Z-Estimators.- 3.4. Rates of Convergence.- 3.5. Random Sample Size, Poissonization and Kac Processes.- 3.6. The Bootstrap.- 3.7. The Two-Sample Problem.- 3.8. Independence Empirical Processes.- 3.9. The Delta-Method.- 3.10. Contiguity.- 3.11. Convolution and Minimax Theorems.- A. Appendix.- A.1. Inequalities.- A.2. Gaussian Processes.- A.2.1. Inequalities and Gaussian Comparison.- A.2.2. Exponential Bounds.- A.2.3. Majorizing Measures.- A.2.4. Further Results.- A.3. Rademacher Processes.- A.4. Isoperimetric Inequalities for Product Measures.- A.5. Some Limit Theorems.- A.6. More Inequalities.- A.6.1. Binomial Random Variables.- A.6.2. Multinomial Random Vectors.- A.6.3. Rademacher Sums.- Notes.- References.- Author Index.- List of Symbols.

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TL;DR: It is shown that standard multilayer feedforward networks with as few as a single hidden layer and arbitrary bounded and nonconstant activation function are universal approximators with respect to L p (μ) performance criteria, for arbitrary finite input environment measures μ.

Abstract: We show that standard multilayer feedforward networks with as few as a single hidden layer and arbitrary bounded and nonconstant activation function are universal approximators with respect to L p (μ) performance criteria, for arbitrary finite input environment measures μ, provided only that sufficiently many hidden units are available. If the activation function is continuous, bounded and nonconstant, then continuous mappings can be learned uniformly over compact input sets. We also give very general conditions ensuring that networks with sufficiently smooth activation functions are capable of arbitrarily accurate approximation to a function and its derivatives.

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Abstract: The condition of self-adjointness ensures that the eigenvalues of a Hamiltonian are real and bounded below. Replacing this condition by the weaker condition of $\mathrm{PT}$ symmetry, one obtains new infinite classes of complex Hamiltonians whose spectra are also real and positive. These $\mathrm{PT}$ symmetric theories may be viewed as analytic continuations of conventional theories from real to complex phase space. This paper describes the unusual classical and quantum properties of these theories.

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