Cancellation

  • (noun): The act of cancelling; calling off some arrangement.
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Some articles on cancellation:

Small Cancellation Theory - Main Definitions - Examples
... This symmetrized form satisfies the C(4)-T(4) small cancellation conditions and the C'(λ) condition for any 1 > λ > 1/4. 1 and this symmetrization satisfies the C'(1/7) and C(8) small cancellation conditions ... satisfies the C(2n) and C'(1/n) small cancellation conditions ...
The Beautiful Life: TBL - International Airings
... Since the cancellation of the show in the US, TV3 dropped the show from its lineup ... Prior to the show's cancellation, it was announced that it would be shown in the UK by Channel 4 ... Following the show's cancellation, it is unknown if any of the completed episodes will be shown in the UK ...
Small Cancellation Theory - Main Definitions - Metric Small Cancellation Conditions
... Presentation (∗) as above is said to satisfy the C'(λ) small cancellation condition if whenever u is a piece with respect to (∗) and u is a subword of some r ... C'(λ) is sometimes called a metric small cancellation condition ...
Legend Of The Seeker - Production - Cancellation
... Tribune, the major distributor of the series, decided not to renew the series on March 4, 2010, but according to a statement from ABC Studios, this was not a deciding factor of its cancellation ... After an apparent deal with Syfy fell through, on April 26 Ausiello Files reported that Legend of the Seeker had been cancelled and would not return for a third season ...
Small Cancellation Theory - Generalizations
... A version of small cancellation theory for quotient groups of amalgamated free products and HNN extensions was developed in the paper of Sacerdote and Schupp and then in the book of Lyndon and ... Ol'shanskii developed a "stratified" version of small cancellation theory where the set of relators is filtered as an ascending union of stata (each stratum satisfying a small cancellation condition) and for a ... Ol'shanskii and Delzant later on developed versions of small cancellation theory for quotients of word-hyperbolic groups ...

More definitions of "cancellation":

  • (noun): The speech act of revoking or annulling or making void.