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 How To Measure For Blinds and Shades Please do not use measurements smaller than eighths (1/8). If you want to mount your window treatments directly to your wood frame of your window then measure the exact width and height of the wood frame itself from outer edge to outer edge. Measure exact width of the window in 3 places. www.bestvalueblinds.com /howto.htm   (249 words)

 The Outer Hebrides Scotland - getting there, advice and further reading Standing off the North West coast of Scotland this 150 mile-long island chain offers culture, history, peace and exhilation in equal measure. The Outer Hebrides have an unparalleled diversity of landscapes, arts, crafts and music. The Outer Hebrides are ideally placed to present a wide range of sea kayaking trip from scenic paddle to commiting crossings, in an outstanding environment. www.canoehebrides.com /outerhebrides.htm   (159 words)

 Blank Envelopes, Lined Envelopes, Tea Length Envelopes, Outer and Inner Envelope Sets and Wedding Envelopes You Print Envelopes measure 5 1/4" w x 7 1/4" and are 70# weight. Envelopes measure 5 3/4" w x 8 3/4" and are 70# weight. Single Policy envelopes are open ended and measure 4 1/8" w x 9 1/2". www.invitationoutlet.com /envelopes.html   (903 words)

 PlanetMath: outer measure This is version 3 of outer measure, born on 2003-07-15, modified 2005-05-17. (Measure and integration :: Classical measure theory :: Real- or complex-valued set functions) (Probability theory and stochastic processes :: Foundations of probability theory :: Probabilistic measure theory) planetmath.org /encyclopedia/OuterMeasure2.html   (131 words)

 Seminar on Measure Theory 1 - EFnetMath The course will be a basic introduction to measure theory and the lebesgue integral, including motivation and basic theorems (some of them will only have sketch proofs presented, as per usual in my lecture courses). I don't know exactly what it will include yet, but it will give an introduction to lebesgue measure on R, product measures, the connection with probability theory and a number of useful or interesting theorems and lemmas (with particular focus on ones I'll need for doing integration later). we're extending the measure on the ring to a measure on a bigger collection of sets (the sigma algebra generated by it) efnet-math.org /w/Seminar_on_Measure_Theory_1   (5158 words)

 Retail Distribution Centers: How New Business Processes Impact Minority Labor Markets The difference between inner and outer locations is 1,498 persons per square mile for places with 50,000 to 249,999 population, 1,729 persons per square mile for places with 20,000 to 49,999 population, and 1,131 persons per square mile for places with less than 20,000 population. If all of the low density categories are combined, 61.2 percent of the retail distribution centers are located in counties with population densities of less than 500 persons per square mile, and 21 percent of the retail distribution centers are located in counties with population densities of less than 200 persons per square mile. The difference between outer and inner locations with respect to median total employees can be expressed as ratio of 1.6 (213 versus 136) for places with 50,000 to 249,999 population, 2.0 (216 versus 110) for places with 20,000 to 49,999 population, and 1.7 (275 versus 163) for places with less than 20,000 population. www.eeoc.gov /stats/reports/retaildistribution/index.html   (7915 words)

 PlanetMath: Lebesgue outer measure The outer measure of an interval is its length: The outer measure satisfies all the axioms of a measure except (countable) additivity. This is version 7 of Lebesgue outer measure, born on 2001-10-18, modified 2006-06-25. www.planetmath.org /encyclopedia/LebesgueOuterMeasure.html   (195 words)

 Sun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Sun's radius is measured from its center to the edge of the photosphere. For many years measurements of the number of neutrinos produced in the Sun were much lower than theories predicted, a problem which was recently resolved through a better understanding of the effects of neutrino oscillation. The heliosphere, which may be considered the tenuous outer atmosphere of the Sun, extends outward past the orbit of Pluto to the heliopause, where it forms a sharp shock front boundary with the interstellar medium. en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sun   (6557 words)

 Hausdorff dimension - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia To carry this construction of this measure, we use a theory of measure which is appropriate for metric spaces. Define a family of metric outer measures on X using the Method II construction of outer measures due to Munroe and described in the article outer measure. From the perspective of assigning measure and dimension to sets with unusual metric properties such as fractals, however, this is not a restriction. en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hausdorff_dimension   (1914 words)

 Outer measure   (Site not responding. Last check: ) In mathematics, in particular in measure theory, an outer measure is a function defined on all subsets of a given set withvalues in the extended real numbers. Outer measures are used to define measurable sets and countably additive measures. This method is known as the Carathéodory construction and is one wayof arriving at the concept of Lebesgue measure that is so important for measure theory and the theory of integrals. www.therfcc.org /outer-measure-74421.html   (514 words)

 7.3. Measures Show that the outer measure of a single point is 0, and the outer measure of a countable set is also 0. All intervals are measurable and the measure of an interval is its length Outer measure is defined for all sets, and according to the above list of properties, most "common" sets such as intervals, closed or open sets, unions and intersections of measurable sets are all measurable. www.shu.edu /projects/reals/integ/measures.html   (1184 words)

 Jordan measure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In mathematics, the Jordan measure (also known as the Jordan content) is an extension of the notion of size (length, area, volume) to shapes more complicated than, for example, a triangle, disk, or parallelipiped. One cannot define the Jordan measure of S as simply the sum of the measures of the individual rectangles, because such a representation of S is far from unique, and there could be significant overlaps between the rectangles. However, the Lebesgue measure is defined for a much wider class of sets, like the set of rational numbers in an interval mentioned earlier, and also for sets which may be unbounded or fractals. en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jordan_measure   (705 words)

 How to Measure Your Windows for Custom Blinds Measure the exact width of the window opening from the inside of the trim 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. Measure the exact width of the window opening across the top where the headrail is to be installed. www.northernblinds.com /howtomeasure.html   (1712 words)

 nrich.maths.org::Mathematics Enrichment::NRICH The "outer measure" of a set is defined as the infimum of the sum of the lengths of a countable number of intervals whose union covers the set. The "inner measure" is defined as the outer measure of the whole set ([0,1]) minus the outer measure of the complement of your set. Measure theory (at least, the amount I know of it) won't be able to give you a set that you want as any set which has the property you are looking for would not be measurable, however there may be another branch of maths that might help. nrich.maths.org /askedNRICH/edited/728.html   (4488 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)

 Rod Nillsen-Carathéodory definition research The problem is: given an irrational rotation on the set of complex numbers of modulus 1, calculate the possible values of the outer measure of a subset that is invariant under this rotation. The paper does not presuppose any knowledge of measure theory, since it is concerned with calculating the outer measure of a set, and the notion of outer measure is defined in the paper. Carathéodory's definition depends on the notion of outer measure Since Carathéodory originally gave his definition of a measurable set, it has frequently been the subject of comment or defence in a way unusual for the definition of mathematical concept. www.uow.edu.au /~/nillsen/measurable.html   (773 words)

 Using TRUS Effectively to Diagnose, Stage, Prostate Cancer   (Site not responding. Last check: ) To measure gland volume with gray-scale ultrasound (Figure 1), transverse view (left) is used to measure the greatest width of the gland (D1). The length of the gland is measured from the bladder neck to the external sphincter (D2). The measurement of the tumor size of this patient (Figure 2) is depicted showing width (D1) and height (D2) (left), and length (D3) (right). www.prostatepointers.org /prostate/lee/small/lee1.html   (1373 words)

 Amazon.com: Measure Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics): Books: Paul R. Halmos   (Site not responding. Last check: ) Indeed, the author does an excellent job in presenting measure theory in its entire generality semi-rings, rings, hereditary rings, algebras, sigma algebras and their extensions are all considered in detail, as well as measures on these set systems: finitely additive, sigma additive, inner measures, outer measures, sigma-finite measures, the completion of measures, regular measures). for nonnegative measurable f to be integrable it requires a sequence fn of simple functions that is mean fundamental and converges in measure to f; compare this with the simpler definition of the integral of measurable f being the sup of Lesbegue integrals of simple functions g for which g <= f). Measures and outer measures are defined, and it is shown how a measure induces an outer measure and how an outer measure induces a measure. www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0387900888?v=glance   (1759 words)

 How to Splice   (Site not responding. Last check: ) From the end measure 30cms and mark (A) For the eye and mark (B) on standing part of rope. Measure 12" from the end of outer cover and mark rope (A). Using a fid, thin the outer cover tail by removing 4 plait at approximately 1cm from the neck of the splice (do this on the underside of the cover, not the topside). www.justsail.com /splicing.htm   (687 words)

 Outer Banks of North Carolina Travel Guide by eGO.com It is there warm ocean currents from the south clash with cold northern currents, creating treacherous conditions that have been feared by mariners for centuries. The waters off the North Carolina's Outer Banks are so hazardous that they have earned the name "Graveyard of the Atlantic," in reference to all the ships that have found a permanent home on the sandy bottom. Thrown in for good measure are wildlife refuges hosting millions of migratory birds, historical sites, and one of the most famous lighthouses in the world. www.ego.com /us/nc/ob   (468 words)

 Aspen no. 5+6, item 17: Serial Project #1 A single measurement is used as the basis for the series. The outer measure was formed by multiplying 28" by 3 and subtracting the width of the material (1-1/2"—the pieces were constructed of 1-1/2" square aluminum tubing) 28"x3 = 84 - (1-1/2 + 1-1/2) = 81". The other variations follow: a cube within a square, a square within a cube, an outer form raised to the height of the inner cube, the inner cube raised to the height of the outer, larger cube, a cube within a cube and all crossmatching of these forms. www.ubu.com /aspen/aspen5and6/serialProject.html   (827 words)

 ROCKCRAWLER.com - D-I-Y Beadlocks Beadlocks with steel outer rings are $49.95 per wheel and aluminum outer ring sets are$79.95 per wheel. Yes, it required a bit of work with a grinder to square up the edge prior to welding, but if you’re careful, and use the groove of the outer bead as indicated by the arrows in the photo to guide the plasma cutter, it won’t be too bad. After you’ve cut off the outer rim by the method of your choice, place the inner rim on the wheel and measure carefully in numerous places to insure the inner beadlock rim will be parallel to the inner bead. www.rockcrawler.com /techreports/diy_beadlocks/index.asp   (667 words)

 Calculation of the Advance of the Perihelion of Mercury Using the physical parameters existing on Mercury and outer space units, equation 5.9 shows that the absolute gravitational force on Mercury is different from the one calculated using the physical parameters existing in outer space and given in equation 5.1. CD on the outer space clock must be increased by one per cent with respect to the Mercury clock because of the faster rate of that outer space clock. We see in equation 5.12 that the number of meters measured by the observer in outer space for the length of the elliptical orbit is larger than the number of meters measured by the Mercury observer because the outer space meter is shorter. www.newtonphysics.on.ca /EINSTEIN/Chapter5.html   (5021 words)

 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Fractal dimension   (Site not responding. Last check: ) Other dimension quantities include the information dimension, which considers how the average information needed to identify an occupied box scales, as the scale of boxes gets smaller: Entropy of a Bernoulli trial as a function of success probability. and the correlation dimension, which is perhaps easiest to calculate, In chaos theory the correlation dimension (denoted by Î½) is a measure of the dimensionality of the space occupied by a set of random points. Fractal dimension can be calculated by taking the limit of the quotient of the log change in object size and the log change in measurement scale, as the measurement scale approaches zero. www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Fractal-dimension   (756 words)

 [No title] Oct 3: The Lebesgue measure as outer measure. Oct 12: Cauchy sequences in measure are convergent in measure. Oct 17: The outer measure of a premeasure. www.math.uiuc.edu /~fboca/math540_F05.html   (290 words)

 Home page for 18.103   (Site not responding. Last check: ) Reserved in the library is Measure Theory and Fine Properties of Function by Evans and Gariepy. Measure of open sets (approximate from within by polygons). (R^n, L, \lambda) is a measure space, i.e., L is a \sigma-algebra, and \lambda is a measure. www-math.mit.edu /~jeffv/18.125.html   (274 words)

 Hausdorff dimension   (Site not responding. Last check: ) The Hausdorff dimension agrees with the ordinary (topological) dimension on "well-behaved sets", but it is applicable to many more sets and is not always a natural number. We define a family of metric outer measure s on X using the Method II construction of outer measures due to Munroe and described in the article outer measure. Some authors adopt a slightly different definition of Hausdorff measure than the one chosen here, the difference being that it is normalized in such a way that Hausdorff m -dimensional measure in the case of Euclidean space coincides exactly with Borel measure λ. www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Hausdorff_dimension.html   (2346 words)

 Hausdorff dimension   (Site not responding. Last check: ) We define a family of metric outer measures on X using the Method IIconstruction of outer measures due to Munroe and described in the article outer measure. It follows from the Lipschitz property ofHausdorff measure that Hausdorff dimension is a Lipschitz invariant. Some authors adopt a slightly different definition of Hausdorff measure than the one chosen here, thedifference being that it is normalized in such a way that Hausdorff m-dimensional measure in the case of Euclidean spacecoincides exactly with Borel measure λ. www.therfcc.org /hausdorff-dimension-70779.html   (651 words)

 Outer Banks of North Carolina Travel Guide by eGO.com It is there warm ocean currents from the south clash with cold northern currents, creating treacherous conditions that have been feared by mariners for centuries. The waters off the North Carolina's Outer Banks are so hazardous that they have earned the name "Graveyard of the Atlantic," in reference to all the ships that have found a permanent home on the sandy bottom. Thrown in for good measure are wildlife refuges hosting millions of migratory birds, historical sites, and one of the most famous lighthouses in the world. www.ego.net /US/NC/ob   (468 words)

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