exponential series


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exponential series

[‚ek·spə′nen·chəl ′sir·ēz]
(mathematics)
The Maclaurin series expansion of e x , namely,
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In relation to the anticipated harmonic exponential series of wavelengths, velocities, energies and masses as a consequence of harmonic oscillations in chain systems, we propose the term "harmonic scaling".
Then, for an equally spaced data of residual error series, an approximation of exponential series [15] can be written as
(20), [[??].sup.(0)](k) and [[??].sup.(0)](k) are the approximated values of GM(1,1) and exponential series, respectively.
Extrapolating back in time by doubling in an exponential series to when my own total number of ancestors would equal our present world population merely takes me some 33 generations into the past, or approximately 900 years, give or take a few decades.
In addition, the exponential series model provides for computational convenience in viscoelastic solution techniques such as the recursive formulation for time superposition integration calculations (14, 15).

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