Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


[ pl. criteria

Part (c) is a frequently used criterion for the measurability of a real-valued function.

The criterion for its existence is Af=0.

The following is an explicit criterion for f to be hamiltonian.

Note that this lemma does not give a simple criterion for deciding whether a given topology is indeed of the form Tf.

The following result gives a criterion for when a point belongs to B.

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