Meaning of unboundedness in English:

unboundedness

Pronunciation /ʌnˈbaʊndɪdnəs/

noun

See unbounded

‘She also said that Brauer may have proved a general statement about the unboundedness of the degrees of minimal splitting fields.’
  • ‘It is the unboundedness of hyperbolic doubt that underwrites the No Atheistic Knowledge Thesis.’
  • ‘You can use this suffix to display the direction of unboundedness, which is quite simple in this case.’
  • ‘However, even then one would like to prove that there is only one complete ordered field, and for this the unboundedness of the integers, or some obviously equivalent statement, is important.’
  • ‘We show that m-handed assembly planning can be reduced to testing for unboundedness.’