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Cauchy, its creator, explains how LimiFrog was born: "Originally, I had this idea of a configurable fashion accessory.

Based on the elastic finite deformation theory, the

Cauchy stress tensor can be expressed as follows:

The von Tscharner [11] intensity analysis that is based on a set of

Cauchy wavelets defined by the following function:

Gromov,

Cauchy and causal boundaries for Riemannian, Finslerian and Lorentzian manifolds.

1, 2, and 4 in the Oldroyd derivation of the elastic left

Cauchy Green tensor leads to:

First, it is argued that the Green approach, which starts from a function of potential energy, has some preferences compared with the

Cauchy approach, based on proposing a suitable stress-strain relation.

Finally, S [subset] X is forward complete if every forward

Cauchy sequence is forward convergent.

Rassias (8) for linear mappings in 1978 by considering the unbounded

Cauchy difference.

We are, therefore, endowed with a machinery to exploit expansions of non-symmetric

Cauchy kernels [[PI].

iii) If every

Cauchy sequence in X is convergent in X, then X is called a complete cone metric space.

This problem is often refered to as

Cauchy problem and it is well known that these problems are ill-posed [2, 3].

Cauchy (1789-1857) did not speak about "geometric probability", but he derived several theorems with interesting practical implications for length and surface area estimation which were later rediscovered or reformulated in the terms of geometric probability.