
1 stochastic inequality
<16> Стохастическое неравенство. Неравенатво между случайными величинами, неравество функций распределения. 
2 deunionisation
сущ.эк. тр., соц. спад профсоюзного движения, уменьшение числа членов профсоюза, распад профсоюзов, деюнионизация*Has deunionisation led to higher wage inequality? — Привел ли спад профсоюзного движения к большему неравенству в заработной плате?
Deunionisation continued over the next nine years, as union density fell from 41.5% in May 1991 to 17% in December 1999. — Сокращение числа членов профсоюзов продолжалось на протяжении последующих девяти лет, и доля работниковчленов профсоюзов сократилась с 41,5% в мае 1991 г. до 17% в декабре 1999 г.
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3 restriction
 account restriction
 apriori restriction
 calling line identification restriction
 cointegration restrictions
 equality restriction
 fuzzy restriction
 hardware restriction
 identifying restrictions
 inequality restriction
 issue restriction
 linear restriction
 nonlinear restriction
 overidentifying restrictions
 redundant restriction
 software restriction
 stochastic restrictions
 zero restriction 
4 restriction
 account restriction
 calling line identification restriction
 cointegration restrictions
 equality restriction
 fuzzy restriction
 hardware restriction
 identifying restrictions
 inequality restriction
 issue restriction
 linear restriction
 nonlinear restriction
 overidentifying restrictions
 redundant restriction
 restriction on parameters
 software restriction
 stochastic restrictions
 zero restrictionThe New EnglishRussian Dictionary of Radioelectronics > restriction

5 graph
1) граф2) график  строить график3) диаграмма  чертить диаграмму• alternating composition graph  arbitrarily transversable graph  derived graph  doubly connected graph  doubly transitive graph  fully connected graph  locally countable graph  locally finite graph  locally restricted graph  loglog graph  partially labeled graph  partially orderable graph  progressively finite graph  regressively finite graph  strictly weak graph  strongly orientable graph  strongly regular graph  strongly rigid graph  strongly singular graph  strongly smooth graph  totally inductive graph  triangleless graph  triply transitive graph  uniquely intersectable graph  uniquely representable graph  weakly disconnected graph 
6 measure
1) мера2) мероприятие3) средство измерения  измерять4) критерий; мерило5) мерная посуда  отмеривать; дозировать6) полигр. формат полосы набора•fundamental in measure — мат. фундаментальный по мере
measure with basis — мат. мера с базисом
measure with value — мат. мера со значением
measure on intervals —мат. мера на интервалах
measure on rings — мат. мера на кольцах
of zero measure — мат. нульмерный
precision measure by external consistency — мат. мера точности по внешней совместности, мера точности переопределённых исходных уравнений
precision measure by internal consistency — мат. мера точности по внутренней совместности, мера точности по оценке экспериментальной погрешности исходных данных
to measure up — соответствовать, удовлетворять ( требованиям)
 completely random measure  locally finite measure  measure of relative skewness  normed measure  strongly dominant measure  totally finite measureto take measure — швейн. снимать мерку

7 relation
1) зависимость, (взаимо)связь2) отношение; соотношение4) геол. условия залегания• almost universal relation  causeeffect relation  generalized semigroup relation  logically irreducible relation  parametrically definable relation  partial ordering relation  recursively enumerable relation  recursively invariant relation  recursively representable relation  strongly definable relation  weakly symmetric relation 
8 relationship

9 system
1) система; комплекс2) совокупность• absolutely consistent system  absolutely direct indecomposable system  absolutely free system  absolutely irreducible system  absolutely isolated system  allowable coordinate system  almost linear system  ample linear system  artificial feel system  automatic block system  automatic deicing system  binary relational system  binarycoded decimal system  block tooling system  Cartesian coordinate system  completely controllable system  completely ergodic system  completely hyperbolic system  completely identifiable system  completely integrable system  completely irreducible system  completely regular system  completely stable system  completely stratified system  complex number system  conical coordinate system  derivational formal system  differential equation system  differential selsyn system  digital counting system  digital transmission system  elliptic coordinate system  elliptic cylindrical coordinate system  externally inconsistent system  finite state system  finitely axiomatizable system  finitely presented system  fully characteristic quotient system  fundamental system of solutions  hydraulic lift system  integrated switching system  isomorphically embedded system  kernel normal system  linearly dependent system  linearly independent system  live hydraulic system  locking protection system  meteorburst communication system  modular programming system  parabolic cylindrical coordinate system  permanent fourwheel drive system  pure independent system  radio telephone system  reactor protection system  real number system  receiveramplifier crioelectric system  remotecylinder hydraulic system  semantically consistent system  simply consistent system  simply incomplete system  simply ordered system  spherical coordinate system  strongly multiplicative system  structurally stable system  sufficiently general coordinate system  system of frequency curves  system of rational numbers  time multiplex system  timedivision multiplex system  uniformly complete system  univalent system of notation  universal system of notation  weakly closed system  weighted number system
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