Lagrangian equations of motion

Lagrangian equations of motion

[lə′grän·jē·ən i¦kwā·zhənz əv ′mō·shən]
(mechanics)
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(1) and (2), Lagrangian equations of motion [9] allows us to predict the behavior of the particle trajectory.
A common argument for it is that set out by Tolman,(7) using the standard Lagrangian equations of motion,
My argument in that earlier study fell into two distinct parts: a positive part, where classical mechanical systems displaying unequivocal temporal asymmetry were cited - dissipative systems, typical of engineering physics and chaos theory; and a negative part, where a standard argument in favour of the alleged symmetry (that which pretends to deduce a universal reversibility of motion from the invariance of some Lagrangian equations of motions) was criticized.