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PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE By Divya Victor
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A PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE. A PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE. A PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE
PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE By Divya Victor
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A PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE. A PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE. A PARTIAL DERIVATIVE OF THE UNNAMABLE.
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
Axially Rotating Vector Frames Completely Differentiated In Four Dimensional Space-time By Gary DeWoolfson
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Functions that multiply the vectors we obtain by differentiating space-time points partially with respect to scalar parameters that are in a 1-to-1 and onto relationship with the points may change... More > the size we associate with a given direction, but not the direction, so that by changing the coefficient functions we change the parallelepiped shapes associated with each origination of four different directions at each space-time point. Thusly do derivatives of products made between basis vectors and their coefficient functions become of geometric interest. Moreover, a 1-to-1 and onto relationship between space-time points and their four corresponding parametric scalar values connotes that the latter can be differentiated by means of gradients taken with respect to the coordinates of the former, so that meaningful shape changing in space-time nurtures expectations for complementary effects being useful to the regulation of the dual space that the gradients generate. These issues are explored herein.< Less
I do like CFD, VOL.1, Second Edition By Katate Masatsuka
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Version 2.2: 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... More > equations (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
Tensors made easy By Giancarlo Bernacchi
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An informal, semplified introduction to the Maths of General Relativity. (revised edition) No particular mathematical background is required beyond calculus with a little bit of partial derivatives.
Tensors made easy By Giancarlo Bernacchi
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An informal introduction to the Maths of General Relativity. 2nd revised edition. No particular mathematical background required beyond a little partial derivatives.
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