GDQ

AcronymDefinition
GDQGames Done Quick (charity video game marathon)
GDQGroup Development Questionnaire
GDQGuide Dogs Queensland (Australia)
GDQgeneralized differential quadrature
GDQGlobal Data Quality
GDQGet Drunk Quick (mixed drink)
GDQGrid Distributed Query
GDQgeneralized differential quotient
GDQGroundfish Development Quota
GDQGeneral Development Quotient
GDQGiants, Drow, and Queen (Advanced D&D gaming)
GDQGame Day Quartet
GDQGroup Dynamics Questionnaire
GDQGenerative Design Question
GDQGazillion Dollar Question
GDQGroup Distributed Queue
GDQGjerasim Dhimiter Qiriazi (Albania)
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One can show that any singleton fag for a [member of] [-1; 1] is a minimal GDQ of F at (0; 0).
multifunction with nonempty closed values such that for all (t; y) [member of] GrK, where t [member of] [0; a), K is GDQ differentiable at (t; y) in the direction of [R.
multifunction with nonempty closed values such that for all (t; y) 2 GrK, where t [member of] [0; a), K is GDQ differentiable at (t; y) in the direction of [R.
The concept of GDQs is a generalization of the classical derivative.
The next example shows that the contingent derivative in general is larger than the closure of the union of minimal GDQs.
The tangential condition will also appear in other theorems in the sequel (it may be slightly changed) with an exception of our theorem, where we use GDQs instead of the contingent derivative.
One of the advantages of GDQs over the contingent derivative is that, as Example 2.
6 and others is, as it was mentioned before, that we use GDQs theory instead of the contingent derivative to formulate the tangential condition for problem (2.