Its compactness is one.
The continents differ sharply in their degree of compactness.
The digital display is bold, clear, and well-sized for the compactness of the unit.
Still, Boyhood’s astonishing compactness catches you off guard like no other movie.
Compactness holds in the model theory because all derivations use only a finite number of premises.
Thus the compactness and generalized completeness theorems fail even for Σ1-sets of L(ω1, ω)-sentences.
No Completeness, Compactness, or Löwenheim-Skolem theorem is available for second-order logic with standard models.
The included tray is on the smaller side, but that compactness also lets it be stored in a slot on the back of the seat.
The device was noted for its compactness and for its capacity to produce five times more power than any other machine of its size.
Over all, it admirably adheres to traditional nonpartisan redistricting criteria, like compactness and the avoidance of unnecessary county splits.
On the other hand, the failure of the compactness theorem to generalize to L(ω1,ω) in any useful fashion is a severe drawback as far as applications are concerned.
Fulling, Process that increases the thickness and compactness of woven or knitted wool by subjecting it to moisture, heat, friction, and pressure until shrinkage of 10–25% is achieved.
We think the two-person, 86-by-50-inch Nemo Victory Blanket offers the best combination of comfort, durability, and compactness (rolled up, it’s just a 12-inch-long cylinder with a 7-inch diameter).
The courts will undoubtedly consider other potential measures of partisan symmetry or gerrymandering, including whether the map violates nonpartisan criteria like compactness or violating jurisdictional lines.
The court said the map’s voting districts were not warped by politics and “follow the traditional redistricting criteria of compactness, contiguity, equality of population and respect for the integrity of political subdivisions.”
The court said that unlike the offerings from partisan mapmakers, the districts it drew “follow the traditional redistricting criteria of compactness, contiguity, equality of population, and respect for the integrity of political subdivisions.”
Travel strollers, which fold to the size of a carry-on suitcase, combine the compactness of an umbrella stroller with features such as car seat adaptability, bassinet conversions, and full recline, all of which allow parents to use the stroller from birth.
He blamed cars and the suburban sprawl they created for the death of not only a magnificent railway network but also the "great urban centers of the 19th century, with all the glories of economic and cultural life that flowed from their very unity and compactness."
At this stage of development, well into the twenty-first century, it seems fair to say that ‘paraconsistency’ does not single out one particular approach to logic, but is rather a property that some logics have and others do not (like, say, compactness, or multiple conclusions).
If Democrats are at a geographic disadvantage compared with the Republicans, Democrats would generally have more flexibility to draw maps that deviate from nonpartisan standards, like compactness or following jurisdictional lines, without generating a 7 percent efficiency gap violation as they have in Illinois.
- the spatial property of being crowded together
- the consistency of a compact solid
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If Democrats are at a geographic disadvantage compared with the Republicans Democrats would generally have more flexibility to draw maps that deviate from nonpartisan standards like compactness or following jurisdictional lines without generating a 7 percent efficiency gap violation as they have in Illinois