Boundedness

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Boundedness or bounded may refer to:

Economics[edit]

  • Bounded rationality, the idea that human rationality in decision-making is bounded by the available information, the cognitive limitations, and the time available to make the decision
  • Bounded emotionality, a concept within communication theory that stems from emotional labor and bounded rationality

Linguistics[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

  • Boundedness axiom, the axiom schema of replacement
  • Bounded deformation, a function whose distributional derivatives are not quite well-behaved-enough to qualify as functions of bounded variation, although the symmetric part of the derivative matrix does meet that condition
  • Bounded growth, occurs when the growth rate of a mathematical function is constantly increasing at a decreasing rate
  • Bounded operator, a linear transformation L between normed vector spaces for which the ratio of the norm of L(v) to that of v is bounded by the same number over all non-zero vectors v
  • Bounded poset, a partially ordered set that has both a greatest and a least element
  • Bounded set, a set that is finite in some sense
    • Bounded function, a function or sequence whose possible values form a bounded set

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