Mr Hartshorne gives no other authority for the present fragment, except the article in the Bibliographer, where it is entitled the Kyng and the Hermite
The French then say "le diable se fait hermite
," but these men, as a rule, have never been devils, neither do they become angels; for, in order to be really good or evil, some strength and deep breathing is required.
The hazard rate and half normal key detection functions with cosine, simple polynomial, or hermite
polynomial adjustment terms were tested for model fit (Marques et al.
Numerical methods for data interpolation or extrapolation are based on polynomial or trigonometric functions, for example Lagrange, Newton, Aitken and Hermite
An important result in the study of Hermite
interpolation problems on the unit circle T is the extension of the Hermite
-Fejdr theorem (cf.
When we arrived at the hotel Esther Hermite
had reserved for foreign participants, Helen and I encountered a picket line of women objecting to our meeting.
The local microbrewery the Hermite
will even brew a 50th anniversary beer
Applying the BIC (Schwarz, 1976) values for model selection, the preferred model for the data set is a semi-parametric GARCH model with 4 hermite
polynomials for non-normal features of the series.
2001), including the half-normal with hermite
polynomial and cosine expansion terms, the hazard-rate with a cosine expansion, and the uniform with simple polynomial and cosine expansion terms.
Kim  and Konvalinka independently proved (2) by finding a bijection between D(*/[mu]) and certain labelings of [mu] called Hermite
I restricted analyses to those functions that are known to model detection function well (uniform, half-normal, and hazard rate) with cosine, hermite
, or simple polynomial adjustments (Thomas et al.
In mathematics, the Hermite
polynomials are a classical orthogonal polynomial sequence that arise in probability, such as the Edgeworth series; in combinatorics, as an example of an Appell sequence, obeying the umbral calculus; in numerical analysis as Gaussian quadrature; and in physics, where they give rise to the eigenstates of the quantum harmonic oscillator.