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integrand

a mathematical function to be integrated

integrand

[′int·ə‚grand]
(mathematics)
The function which is being integrated in a given integral.
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Using integrands of gamma and beta functions, the gamma and beta density functions are usually defined.
A5): The cost integrand l = l(t, x, y, u) and [PHI] = [PHI](x, y) are continuously Gateaux differentiable with respect to the arguments x, y [member of] E, and there exist constants [C.
Unlike the case of square roots however, the methods rely on the structure of the integrand, and the corresponding differentiation processes, or on helpful relationships between mathematical expressions, such as double angle formulas in trigonometry or other trigonometric identities.
However, recall that here not only the integrand but also the integration domain changes in action (31), so the first-order variation of the integral [S.
So we hope to replace the integrand f in (3) by the constructed cubic spline function S(t).
a] h(x)dx by first decomposing the integrand h(x) into the product of a separate function f(x) and a probability density p(x)
As an example, it is possible to construct the integrand of the complete, four-loop four-point scattering amplitude in maximally supersymmetric gauge theory in four dimensions using only planar data, and the solution of a linear system of Jacobi identities.
and the statement follows from the Residue theorem since the only poles in U of the integrand are the zeros of the denominator and the zeroes of the denominator of [[phi].
He also served as a claim consultant with Integrand Assurance Company, San Juan, Puerto Rico.