Dirac delta function

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Dirac delta function

[di′rak ′del·tə ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
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Hence, the Dirac function is 1, hence the following: N = N*.
where [delta] is the univariate Dirac function, H is the Heaviside function, [L.
is the Dirac function, and n denotes the exterior normal to the boundary [partial derivative][OMEGA].
4]] of the Lagrangian density means that the dimension of the Dirac function [psi] is [[L.
By introducing the 3-D Dirac function, the surface integral can be absorbed into the triple integral, and we have:
k] is the specific enthalpy of liquid fuel, r position vector and [delta] is the Dirac function.
It can be observed that for [lambda] [right arrow] 0 we obtain the Dirac function [delta](x).
The upper and lower parts of a Dirac function have opposite parity [4, see p.
Here the inner product of the Hilbert space is based on the density of the Dirac function (14).
Since the system is linear the response of the system on the Dirac function was convoluted with a temporally Gaussian distributed laser radiation.
In the case of these plug flows, the convolution of Dirac functions can be expressed as:
Appendixes include Certain mathematical functions; Bose Einstein functions, Fermi Dirac functions, Watson functions