ordinary differential equation

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ordinary differential equation

[′ȯrd·ən‚er·ē ‚dif·ə′ren·chəl i′kwā·zhən]
(mathematics)
An equation involving functions of one variable and their derivatives.
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infinity]]) data leads to a constant coefficient of moisture expansion [[alpha].
Three chapters on the Cartan-Kahler theorem derive CartanAEs test for constant coefficient homogeneous systems, linear Pfaffian systems, and non-Pfaffian systems arising in submanifold geometry.
where K is the constant coefficient which is independent of the geometrical parameters, material properties, and the loads; m, n, and u are the indexes corresponding to the geometrical parameters.
Indeed, while non-constant coefficients do not lead to circulant or Toeplitz matrices, circulant or Toeplitz matrices can be used as a local model by freezing the coefficients and analyzing the resulting stencils by the methods derived for the constant coefficient case.
DSM's family of Arnite XT grades all offer extremely good dimensional stability due to its low moisture absorption and a very low and constant coefficient of linear thermal expansion (CLTE) that is comparable to aluminum.
of California-Los Angeles), combines linear algebra and matrix theory, and their intrinsic interaction with systems of linear constant coefficient differential or difference equations.
2004) showed that furrow size influenced infiltration, because the constant coefficient k of the Kostiakov model showed certain differences for each method and furrow size.
TABLE 3 Pooled Regression Constant Coefficient on Independence Dummy Variable ([dagger]) 9.
A constant coefficient of variation of sand wave length means that the standard deviation in sand wave length can be estimated if the mean sand wave length and the coefficient of variation for sand wave length [C.
The data points A, B, and C do not fall on a curve corresponding to a constant coefficient of thermal resistance per unit area.

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