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  • ...tself or to another space, and also the graphical representation of such a function. Such a representation is called '''map'''. ...e. Similarly, the geophysicists use some maps without to know what kind of function (it is called "projection") relates the position of a point on the surface
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  • it is [[holomorpic function]] in the range that includes the real axis. ...his equation, the [[tetration]] \(\mathrm{tet}\) appears as the [[transfer function]].
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  • ...of the statistical significance of a “second” peak at the correlation function, using the Poissonian model of random (independent) distribution, that can ...ture for years 1989-2020, fit them with linear function and with quadratic function, and check, if the raise of mean temperature accelerates during 30 years si
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  • Function \(F(M,\vec y)\) means some statistical procedure that tries to reveal any p ...rities/peculiarities in it) is to guess a number representable as a linear function of \(X\) with rational coefficients. The set of such numbers has measure ze
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  • ...pulses ([[Keller function]]) and for the continuous-wave operation ([[Doya function]])]] '''Transfer function''' \(h\) is expression of the state of the system in terms of its state at
    11 KB (1,644 words) - 06:33, 20 July 2020
  • For a given function \(f\), the '''fixed point''' is solution \(L\) of equation In the simple case, \(f\) is just [[holomorphic function]] of a single variable; then \(L\) is assumed to be a [[complex number]].
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  • ...|right|thumb| Comparison of [[Tania function]] (thin curve) to the [[Shoka function]] (thick curve) for real values of the argument]] '''Tania function''' is solution \(f\!=\!\mathrm{Tania}\) of equation
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  • '''Fourier transform''' is linear integral transform with the exponential [[kernel]]. Let some complex–valued function \(A\) be defined for real values of the argument, id est,
    11 KB (1,501 words) - 18:44, 30 July 2019
  • For a given function \(T\), called [[transfer function]], the holomorphic solution \(F\) of [[Transfer equation]] The inverse function, id est, \(G=F^{-1}\) is called [[Abel function]] with respect to \(T\); it satisfies the [[Abel equation]]
    11 KB (1,565 words) - 18:26, 30 July 2019
  • ...bservable [[physical quantities]] as [[Hermitian operator]]s acting on the linear space of [[vector of state|vectors of state]]. ...m]] is characterized with an element \(\psi\) of the [[linear space]]; any linear combinaiton of the states of a physical system is also interpreted as the s
    7 KB (1,006 words) - 18:26, 30 July 2019
  • ...ерация]]) is function, expressed as repetition of another (iterated) function, that may be called [[iterand]]. Any function by itself is considered as its first iteration.
    14 KB (2,203 words) - 06:36, 20 July 2020
  • Function \(\mathrm {tet}(z)\) is holomorphic in the whole complex plane except the l where \(\eta\) is holomorphic periodic function with period unity,
    14 KB (1,972 words) - 02:22, 27 June 2020
  • The transform \(g\) of a function \(f\) is defined with expression The Fourier transform can be used for the filtering of the function. An example of such a filtering is suggested below.
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  • '''Acosc1''' is the holomorphic continuation of function [[ArcCosc]] behind the cut line along the negative part of the real axis. In the text, this function appears with names ArcCosc1, or acosc1;
    6 KB (896 words) - 18:26, 30 July 2019
  • at order \(\nu\) is operator that converts function \(f\) to function \(g=\mathrm{BesselTransform}_\nu(f)\) such that where [[BesselJ]]\(_\nu\) is the [[Bessel function]], and
    8 KB (1,183 words) - 10:21, 20 July 2020
  • '''Cylindric function''' (or cylinder finction or cylindrical function) is class of special functions \(f\) satisfying equation
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  • where \(f\) is smooth function of real positive argument. One may extend \(f\) to the negative values of t At large \(N\), smoothness and quick decay at infinity is assumed for function \(f\).
    3 KB (421 words) - 18:26, 30 July 2019
  • ...urier]] operator transforms a function \(F\) of non–negative argument to function \(G\) in the following way: Let function \(F\) be smooth and quickly decay at infinity. Then, the transform of \(F\)
    10 KB (1,447 words) - 18:27, 30 July 2019
  • \(T\) is assumed to be [[scalar] function of scalar argument. but the smoothness of function(s) \(q\) is assumed.
    10 KB (1,317 words) - 18:25, 30 July 2019
  • ...rete cosine transform is a [[linear]], invertible [[function (mathematics)|function]] ''F'' : '''R'''<sup>''N''</sup> <tt>-></tt> '''R'''<sup>''N''</sup> or
    10 KB (1,689 words) - 18:26, 30 July 2019

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