# Im-1 definition

Im-1 means the value of Im applicable immediately before the relevant Indexation Review Date, the first such value of Im being 1; and

## Examples of Im-1 in a sentence

• Let 1 = Ker(A I) = Im(1) and recall from Theorem 5.1 that 1 is A-invariant.

• Moreover, Wm = Km and Zm have orthonormal columns: therefore, Qm+1 = Zm+1, Rm+1 = Im+1.

• This is useful in order to compensate for bad optics or for a smear out of the image due to poor air quality.The program generates an ASCII data file with the following columns: Image# Im Im+1 Im+2 Im+3 Im+4Im is the occultation simulation of a star with nominal magnitude as given by the input parameters from the GUI.

• The lossSel ¼ Im.1 3ðuÞþ 132 ¼ ð1 þ 3 Þ2 þ 3 2 (17)factor is described by, 1 2¼tan d 3231(15)The energy loss functions are related to the optical properties of a material through the real and imaginary parts of dielectric constant.

• Within the DLCM, three B-dot measurements, noted Im1 to Im3 are carried out half-way down the outer loop of the transformer.

• Im+1 to Im+4 are lightcurves for stars fainter by 1 to 4 mags compared to the nominal intensity.200 rows are generated, the time between two images is assumed to be equivalent to the exposure time.

• The lossSel = Im1 3(u)+ 132 = (1 + 3 )2 + 3 2 (17)factor is described by, 1 2=tan d 3231(15)The energy loss functions are related to the optical properties of a material through the real and imaginary parts of dielectric constant.

• Obviously, m1 Q m2 implies that I(m1) I(m2).Yet another ordering relation was proposed by Denœux [2008], based on the± ≤weight function (18).

• The output from the multiplier is equal to the output width of the BF2II output plus the parameter for -Re1 Im1 Re Re2 Im Im2 Figure 3-6: Complex Multiplier Structurethe twiddle factor width, twiddle_width, plus one.

• These elements must already be contained in one of the Im, which means that Im = Im+1 = · · · .(ii) ⇒ (i): Assume that there is an ideal I that cannot be generated by finitely many elements.

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