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quintic

[′kwin·tik]
(mathematics)
A fifth-degree expression.
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Cotterill, Rational curves of degree 11 on a general quintic 3-fold, Quart.
The quintic spline tracking guidance introduced the initial and terminal angle of attack constraints, and the guidance command changes slightly.
Jain, "Numerical solution of general Rosenau-RLW equation using quintic B-splines collocation method," Communications in Numerical Analysis, vol.
Shahidand Arshed 2013) presented a quintic B-spline solution for equation (1).
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tau]] X = Z/5Z, and X is a quotient of a quintic hypersurface Y in [P.
The proposal by Candelas, de la Ossa, Green, and Parkes of a partial answer to the Clemens conjecture regarding the number of rational curves of given degree on a general quintic threefold brought enormous attention to the mathematical ideas being used by these physicists.
Fifteen papers from two March 2011 conferences explore harmonic analysis techniques for studying higher order elliptic systems with irregular coefficients, the behavior of solutions to the focusing quintic nonlinear Schrodinger equation, nonlinear wave equations with null structures, and the transverse stability of periodic traveling waves.
Rugate filter sidelobe suppression using quintic and rugated quintic matching layers, Applied Optics 28(14): 2949-29451.
As you all know, Galois was killed in a duel at age twenty, soon after he'd created the mathematical field of group theory and before he could possibly solve the quintic equation problem that has baffled mathematicians for centuries.