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  Measure Window Blind Products and Shade Measuring GUARANTEEDblinds.com
Measure the exact width of the window opening from the inside of the trim on one side to the inside of the trim on the other side.
Measure the exact height of the window opening from the inside of the trim to the top of the windowsill or to the exact length that you want the blind to extend.
Measure from the inside of the trim on one side to the inside of the trim on the other side.
www.guaranteedblinds.com /page/measuring   (1778 words)

  Measure (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Measure theory is that branch of real analysis which investigates σ-algebras, measures, measurable functions and integrals.
It is a trivial matter to extend a measure to a complete one; simply consider the σ-algebra of subsets Y which differ by a null set from a measurable set X, that is such that the symmetric difference of X and Y is null.
The Haar measure for a locally compact topological group is a generalization of the Lebesgue measure and has a similar uniqueness property.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Measure_(mathematics)   (909 words)

Measure informs analysis and is one of the key building blocks of the modern theory of analysis and probability.
Measure Property 2: The value of μ under any finite or countably infinite disjoint union of subsets of X that are also elements of M is equal to the finite or countably infinite sum respectively of the value of μ under each of the subsets.
Measure allows the expansion of the definition of the integral to functions whose domain is any arbitrary set with a corresponding σ-algebra and measure.
www.iscid.org /encyclopedia/Measure   (2343 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In mathematics, a measure is a function that assigns "sizes", "volumes", or "probabilities" to subsets of a given set.
Measure theory is that branch of real analysis which investigates sigma algebras, measures, measurable functions and integrals.
Formally, a measure μ is a function which assigns to every element S of a given sigma algebra X a value μ(S), a non-negative real number or ∞.
www.online-encyclopedia.info /encyclopedia/m/me/measure__mathematics_.html   (598 words)

 Lp space - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
spaces are spaces of p-power integrable functions, and corresponding sequence spaces.
Consider the set of all measurable functions from S to C (or R) whose absolute value to the p-th power has a finite Lebesgue integral.
spaces, in which the measure used in the integration in the definition is a counting measure and the measure space S is discrete.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lp_space   (640 words)

 Field Notes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Measure V is a non-binding vote that recommends that the extra revenue generated by Measure W be earmarked for farmland, open space and water quality protection.
Backed by the San Luis Obispo SOAR Committee, the measure was similar to measures approved in Napa and Ventura counties in 1990 and 1998, which require voter approval for zoning changes in the agricultural and open space districts (see Field Notes November 9, 1999).
The measure would have required voter approval of county/city general plans, education/notification of voters as to the projected impacts of proposed developments, and added an adequate public facilities component to the state's planning requirements.
www.farmland.org /landworks/private/news/state/110900.htm   (1691 words)

 PlanetMath: measure
Note the slight abuse of terminology: a finitely additive measure is not necessarily a measure.
measure space, probability space, probability measure, countably additive, finitely additive
This is version 10 of measure, born on 2001-11-11, modified 2004-03-17.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/Measure.html   (137 words)

 [No title]
Borel measure +------------------------------------------------------------ A Borel measure is a measure on the sigma-algebra of Borel sets.
Denote by L,L^+ the set of measureable maps from a measure space (X,A,mu) to the real line (R,B), where B is the Borel sigma-algebra on R,R^+.
measure space +------------------------------------------------------------ sigma-additive: a real-valued function on a set A of subsets of X is called sigma-additive if for all disjoint Y_n in A, one has mu(bigcup_n Y_n) = sum_n mu(Y_n).
www.math.harvard.edu /~knill/sofia/data/measuretheory.txt   (702 words)

 Spin Balance Machine - Product of Inertia - Space Electronics
If you are measuring the CG of a partially filled fuel tank, then centrifugal force will cause the fuel to ride up the sides of the tank when you spin it, resulting in an erroneous CG measurement.
These forces are due to the combination of the force of gravity acting downward through the CG of the test object and the centrifugal force acting outward as a result of the distribution of mass in the object.
Static CG is measured by slowly rotating the mounting table to each of the four quadrants and measuring static overturning moment (the product of the CG offset distance times the weight of the payload).
www.space-electronics.com /Products/spin.php   (1053 words)

 Hypercube or Measure Polytope   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In general these prisms are formed by moving the prism of the next lower space in a direction perpendicular to that space a unit of measure equal to all previous movements.
In a 3 space, moving the square along the z axis a (perpendicular to the xy plane) a cube is formed.
In a 4 space, moving the cube along the q axis (perpendicular to the xyz space) a hypercube is formed.
users.adelphia.net /~eswab/measpoly.htm   (346 words)

 5.1.3 Basic Measure Theory Definitions
Measure theory is an advanced mathematical topic that is well beyond the scope of this book; however, it is worthwhile to briefly introduce some of the basic definitions because they sometimes arise in sampling-based planning.
The probability axioms (see Section 9.1.2) are consistent with the measure axioms, which therefore yield a measure space.
Measure theory can be used to define very general notions of integration that are much more powerful than the Riemann integral that is learned in classical calculus.
planning.cs.uiuc.edu /node190.html   (535 words)

 How To Measure Your space For New Cabinets
So measuring the space is not as difficult as one might think.
Measure all the walls beginning at a door and working your way around the room.
When measuring object to object (such as wall to wall) take many measurements at different locations in the area and use the smallest measurement taken.
cabinetsdelivered.com /measure.html   (389 words)

 Annotated Bibliography on the Range of Vector Measures   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Maritz (1980-81) showed that the bilinear integral of a set-valued function with values in an arbitrary Banach space is convex, provided the integral is a subset of a finite dimensional space and the measure is atomless.
Obha (1978) proved that the closure of the range of a measure of bounded variation on a sigma-algebra, with values in a Fréchet space with the Radom-Nikodym property, is compact and, if the measure has no atoms, also convex.
Weller (1985) formalized the object (to be divided) as a measurable space
www.math.gatech.edu /~hill/publications/annotated.html   (5995 words)

 Space figures and basic solids
A space figure or three-dimensional figure is a figure that has depth in addition to width and height.
A cross-section of a space figure is the shape of a particular two-dimensional "slice" of a space figure.
Volume is used to measure a space figure just as area is used to measure a plane figure.
www.mathleague.com /help/geometry/3space.htm   (955 words)

 Math 205A General Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In any measure space, proof that the limit of the measures of an increasing sequence of sets is the same as the measure of the union of the sets.
Measurable functions, simple functions, uniform approximation from below of non-negative bounded measurable functions by non-negative simple functions and pointwise approximation from below of arbitrary extended real valued non-negative measurable function by non-negative simple functions.
Lebesgue integral of non-negative measurable functions f in abstract measure space as the sup of integral of simple function, over all non-negative simple functions which are _
math.stanford.edu /~lms/205a/content.htm   (235 words)

 Sue Greenwald Davis City Council: Open Space and Measure O
Measure O is a $24 dollar a year dwelling unit tax which will, at the end of 30 years, have raised $17.5 million dollars for the acquisition of open space within the Davis planning area.
Measure O is a modest step toward achieving a larger vision of maintaining species diversity and environmental protection, without sacrificing the ability to feed mankind.
Measure O is a modest step, but, as we mentioned in your ballot statement, it is important to remember the example of the East Bay Regional Park district.
www.dcn.davis.ca.us /go/greenwald2000/openspace.html   (1192 words)

 Springer Online Reference Works
The notion of the measure of a set arose in the theory of functions of a real variable in connection with the study and improvement of the notion of an integral.
Side by side with the theory of measures regarded as functions on subsets of some set, the theory of measures as functions on the elements of a Boolean ring (or on a Boolean algebra) has been developed; these theories are in many respects parallel.
The procedure for extending a measure, as described under the heading  "Extension of measures" , is due to C.
eom.springer.de /m/m063240.htm   (1893 words)

 Spacecraft to measure Earth's drag on space-time - 13 April 2004 - New Scientist
Gravity Probe B aims to measure a weaker and even stranger effect called "frame dragging", a warping of space-time by the gravity and angular momentum of a spinning body.
In principle, it is possible to measure it by monitoring the spin axis of a gyroscope orbiting the Earth.
Once we can measure the effect in the Solar System, says Kip Thorne, a gravitational physicist at the California Institute of Technology, "we can definitely understand how the same phenomena are working in the distant Universe and around fl holes," which cause much stronger warping.
www.newscientist.com /article.ns?id=dn4875   (691 words)

 Hagerstown Kitchens: Measure Your Space
Some dealers prefer to measure the project space themselves before a firm quote is given.
      Measure the height from the floor to the window casing and from the ceiling to the window casing.
Refer to your measuring sheet and begin drawing the lines that represent walls, leaving spaces for doorways and using shaded walls to represent windows.
www.hagerstownkitchens.com /measure.htm   (468 words)

 Relocation.com - Library, Home Improvement Guide, Measure the space
Continue measuring from corner to corner until you have measured the entire room and recorded the measurement on you layout drawing.
Measure all the door openings in the room and indicate which way the door opens on your layout drawing.
Measure the distance from the floor to the bottom of the window frame and the distance from the window to the corner of the wall and include it in your layout drawings.
www.relocation.com /library/home_improvement_guide/measure_space.html   (249 words)

 collectSPACE - space history, space memorabilia, space artifacts, and space collectibles
Patch preview- STS-124: Though shuttle Discovery is still in space on the STS-120 mission, the crew for its next flight to the International Space Station is readying for their launch.
The Chang'e-1 probe, named for the Chinese goddess of the Moon, will map the lunar surface, measure the depth of its soil, study the distribution of chemicals within the regolith and record the space weather between Earth and the Moon.
Space shuttle Discovery launched from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center at 10:38 a.m.
www.collectspace.com   (1294 words)

 CSA - Measuring Radiation in Space with Bubble Detectors
The Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) Operational Space Medicine (OSM) Group is supporting the development of a personal detector system for space use based on the Canadian bubble dosimeter technology to improve monitoring of individual astronauts' neutron exposure during space missions.
In 1988 the CSA commissioned BTI to create Bubble Detectors for neutron detection in space, and in 1989 they were used for the first time in space to measure radiation aboard the Russian Bion-9 satellite.
Matroshka-R will estimate the amount of radiation received by internal human organs in space by using a "phantom" – a spherical imitation of a human body made of material that is equivalent to human tissue.
www.space.gc.ca /asc/eng/astronauts/osm_detector.asp   (511 words)

 Plan Your Project: Measure Your Space
Start by measuring each wall of the room, and record the total inside dimension.
Measure walls at floor, at center of wall and at ceiling to ensure accuracy and squareness.
Refer to your window and door chart and transfer the corresponding measurements to the appropriate door or window openings.
www.kraftmaid.com /scrapbook/index.cfm?navigationid=72400   (133 words)

 PlanetMath: $L^p$-space
See Also: measure space, norm, essential supremum, measure, Feynman path integral, amenable group, vector p-norm, vector norm, Sobolev inequality
Cross-references: essential supremum, norm, complete, real, almost everywhere, equivalence, real functions, quotient space, linear subspace, scalar, pointwise addition, vector space, finite, integral, function, measure space
(Measure and integration :: Set functions, measures and integrals with values in abstract spaces :: Set functions, measures and integrals with values in ordered spaces)
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/LpSpace.html   (152 words)

 The Space Review: essays and commentary about the final frontier
Space missions have traditionally had to rely on the Earth for all of their supplies, an approach that is not scalable to long-term exploration.
Space solar power has been an intriguing concept for decades, but one that has failed to gain traction because of its high costs and cheaper terrestrial alternatives for energy.
Space technology and services can do wonders for developing nations, but they can also be used to destabilize vulnerable parts of the world, especially in Africa.
www.thespacereview.com   (4972 words)

 Contra Costa TAXPAYERS Association - Position on CCC Open Space Measure   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Supporting this measure would both undermine the will of the voters who approved the definition of a benefit assessment in 1996 and set a precedent for using benefit assessments inappropriately in the future.
As was noted earlier, the measure that barely passed in Santa Clara County is currently in the appellate court.
Not only are substantial taxpayer funds involved and a new regional body being created, but this measure could establish a precedent for the misuse of a benefit assessment district that could have statewide implications.
www.cocotax.org /51804cctaopenspaceposition.htm   (1461 words)

 Proper Time [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
We imagine measuring time by making a number of uniform clocks, synchronizing them at some initial moment, checking that they all run at exactly the same rates (proper time rates), and then moving clocks to different points of space, where we keep them ‘stationary’ in a chosen inertial frame.
In these diagrams, the space axes represent points which are measured to have the same time coordinates, and similarly, the time axes represent points which are measured to have the same space coordinates.
The spacing of the x’ coordinates is the same as the x coordinates, which means that relative distances between points are not affected.
www.iep.utm.edu /ancillaries/Proper-Time.htm   (9520 words)

 Measure - Kyrwiki | Math Finance at www.theponytail.net
Measure is a mathematical concept that generalizes the everyday notion of size.
The measure of a countable union of disjoint sets equals the sum of their measures.
Equipped with this probability measure, the measure space is called a probability space.
www.theponytail.net /wiki/pmwiki.php/Main/MeasureSpace   (215 words)

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