inverse sine


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inverse sine

[¦in‚vərs ′sīn]
(mathematics)
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He considered four different types of conformal mapping functions: inverse sine mapping function [9, 14], polynomial mapping function [4], tangent function [5-7], and hyperbolic sine function [8].
where sin[h.sup.-1](x) = ln(x + [square root of [chi square] + 1)] is the inverse sine hyperbolic function.
There are many applications in which the inverse sine must be replaced by an approximated function, for example, by a rational function.