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quartic

[′kwȯrd·ik]
(mathematics)
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In this paper we use quartic B-spline collocation method for the numerical solution of a class of partial integro- differential equations with a weakly singular kernel.
Next time around, we could look specifically for a quartic relationship between Rosenberg and NPI scores.
While the formation of quartic profiles is not likely along sedimentary coasts, non-reflecting beach profiles with h(x) ~ [x.
The dependent variables in the regressions are annual labor earnings, per capita couple's earnings, and per capita family income; the right-hand-side variables include a quartic in potential experience, year dummy variables, and the displacement dummy variables.
Mirmostafaee, Stability of Quartic Mappings in Non-Archimedean Normed Spaces, KYUNGPOOK Math.
The biggest problem of the discrete analysis is the huge amount of cubic and quartic equations that should be calculated.
The Hermitian two matrix model with an even quartic potential.
The 1750SS was the 'sport' model in production from 1973 to 1974, and sported a vinyl roof as well as the idiosyncratic quartic (vaguely square) steering wheel.
Combining Equations (4) and (5) and simplifying, we have an explicit quartic equation in terms of [T.
The regressions contain education dummies, potential experience, quartic in experience, race/ethnicity, age dummies (persons aged 25 to 34 and 45 to 55 years old), marital status and migration variable when applicable.