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Laplace

Pierre Simon , Marquis de Laplace. 1749-- 1827, French mathematician, physicist, and astronomer. He formulated the nebular hypothesis (1796). He also developed the theory of probability
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Then, Z = X - Y has a Laplace distribution with location parameter [mu] = 0 and scale parameter [beta].
In this paper we develop two numerical methods, Laplace transform method and finite difference method, to solve the free-boundary problem of time-fractional PDE.
Laplace developed the ideas of a clergyman and part-time mathematician called thomas Bayes.
Keywords: non-linear coupled partial differential equations, laplace decomposition method, adomian decomposition method, homotopy perturbation method
Key words: Approximate solutions Laplace Decomposition method Adomian decomposition method Sine Gordon Equation.
Desde hace doscientos anos Laplace y los Grimm nos plantean nuevas preguntas sobre los efectos y las causas, sobre el azar, la imaginacion y la infancia del lenguaje, sobre lo que es posible y lo que es probable.
Typically, Fourier, Laplace, Sumudu and Elzaki transforms are the convenient mathematical tools for solving differential equations.
The transverse components of the fields are expressed as functions of the longitudinal components in the Laplace plane and are obtained by using the inverse Laplace transform by the residue method.
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If to absorb this state of imprecision caused by exogenous environment many decision criteria (Wald, optimistic, Hurwicz, Laplace, Savage etc.