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PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE By Divya Victor
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PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE By Divya Victor
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Finding the Stationary Points for the Given Function. By Homework Help Classof1
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Given the function, f(x,y), find all the stationary points.
Identifying Local Maximum, Local Minimum and Saddle Point for the Given Function. By Homework Help Classof1
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Given the function, f(x,y), identify each stationary point as a local max, local min, or saddle point
A Matlab based introduction to financial mathematics By Kyriakos Chourdakis
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An introduction to financial mathematics using Matlab. The document is incomplete and needs some editing, but the following contents are there: 1. Elements of stochastic calculus 2. The... More > Black-Scholes world 3. Finite difference methods 4. Transform methods 5. Historical estimation and filtering 6. Volatility 7. Fixed income securities [to be completed] 8. Credit risk [to be added] 9. Risk Management [to be added] A. Using Matlab with Microsoft Excel Any feedback, corrections and suggestions are most welcome! K.-< Less
I do like CFD, VOL.1, Second Edition By Katate Masatsuka
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This is a unique and highly technical book on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). The first half talks about mathematical foundations and governing equations ranging from simple model equations... More > (advection/diffusion, Euler-Tricomi, Cauchy-Riemann, Burgers, etc.) used for algorithm development to the incompressible/compressible Euler and Navier-Stokes equations in various forms with complete Jacobians and eigen-structures in 1, 2, and 3 dimensions. The other half talks about general methods for deriving exact solutions (separation of variables, transformation, superposition, etc.) and numerous exact solutions that can be readily used for accuracy verification of a CFD code (Ringleb's flow, Fraenkel's flow, boundary layer, viscous shock structure, etc.). This book can be a very useful resource for students studying basics of CFD as well as researchers/practitioners in CFD. - PDF version is available at cfdbooks.com. [Note: PDF does not contain some contents of the Printed version.]< Less
Transformation Of Coordinates By narayana dash
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Transformation of orthogonal curvilinear coordinates from one system into another is done through partial differentiation. The transformation matrix is also a simple case of partial... More > differentiation. Another aspect of coordinate transformation is Compression of coordinates ( Change of scale in graph) resulting in deformation of graphs. A grand example of this is given by deriving the equations of conic sections from the equation of circle. Finally a grand example of transformation of coordinates would be Lagrange’s equations. The Newton’s Laws of motion have been transformed from Cartesian coordinates into generalized coordinates, . The beauty of Lagrange’s equations lies in the fact that they are invariant in form in any coordinate system. The wonder about it is, that the for divergent problems of quantum mechanics and electromagnetic theory and optics are easily derived from the same Lagrange’s equations using ; the total energy functions in each area.< Less
Calculus: Dynamic Mathematics, Volume One By Chuck Garner
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This textbook is the first volume of a two-volume set designed to enable high school students to succeed with single- and multi-variable calculus. The first volume is appropriate for those students... More > in an AP Calculus AB course. Some AP Calculus BC topics are included in this volume, as well as some topics not present in the AP course descriptions. The main audience for this book is the gifted high school student. Numerical and graphical approaches are used to motivate theory, and the theory is further illustrated in applied problems. Volume two includes the remaining topics in the Calculus BC course, along with partial derivatives, multiple integrals, and introductory linear algebra.< Less
Variational Principle of Extremum in Electromechanical and Electrodynamic Systems By Solomon I. Khmelnik
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Here we shall formulate and prove the variational optimum principle for electromechanical systems of arbitrary configuration, in which electromagnetic, mechanical, thermal, hydraulic or other... More > processes are going on. The principle is generalized for systems described by partial differential equations, including also Maxwell equations. The presented principle permits to expand the Lagrange formalism and extend the new formalism on dissipative systems. It is shown that for such systems there exists a pair of functionals with a global saddle point. A high-speed universal algorithm for such systems calculation with any perturbations is described. This algorithm realizes a simultaneous global saddle point search on two functionals. The algorithms for solving specific mathematical and technical problems are cited. The book contains numerous examples, including those presented as M-functions of the MATLAB system and as functions of the DERIVE system.< Less
Variational Principle of Extremum in Electromechanical and Electrodynamic Systems By Solomon I. Khmelnik
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Here we shall formulate and prove the variational optimum principle for electromechanical systems of arbitrary configuration, in which electromagnetic, mechanical, thermal, hydraulic or other... More > processes are going on. The principle is generalized for systems described by partial differential equations, including also Maxwell equations. The presented principle permits to expand the Lagrange formalism and extend the new formalism on dissipative systems. It is shown that for such systems there exists a pair of functionals with a global saddle point. A high-speed universal algorithm for such systems calculation with any perturbations is described. This algorithm realizes a simultaneous global saddle point search on two functionals. The algorithms for solving specific mathematical and technical problems are cited. The book contains numerous examples, including those presented as M-functions of the MATLAB system and as functions of the DERIVE system.< Less