Computational Methods In Nonlinear Analysis

Author: Ioannis K Argyros
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Table 7.1 Iteration number (IN) for the directional methods (DCTM) and (DNM)
m p (DCTM) (DNM) IN IN 5 15 19 20 10 15 19 15 15 19 15 16 20 50 25 16 20 35
16 20 20 16 20 80 40 17 20 60 16 20 Table 7.2 The computational order of ... 10−
14 80 40 1.30575 × 10−6 3.1871 × 10−10 1.11893 × 10−11 3.99680 × 10−15
From the starting point x0 = (0.1,0.1,...,0.1), we have obtained the iteration
number (IN) given in Table 7.1, where the stopping criterion |F(xk)| < 10−12 is
used. We have ...

Fractal Based Point Processes

Author: Steven Bradley Lowen
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Prob. 5.13.2 To consider the spectral properties of the modified Cantor set, we
take Fourier transforms of Eq. (5.52). Convolutions become multiplications,
yielding ]-'{dNm+1(t)} I 2e—i2"f/3m cos(21rf/3m) f{dNm(t)}. (13.115) Since ]—'{
dN0(t)} : f{6(t)} = 1, (B.ll6) an explicit result emerges: ]-_{dNm(t)} : fi 2e'iz'rf/3k cos(
27rf/3k) k=1 |]-'{dNm(t)}|2 : 2mHeos2(27rf/3k). (13.117) k=1 The same results
have been obtained by others via different methods (Dettmann, Frankel &
Taucher, 1994).

Point Defects In Solids

Author: James H. Crawford
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d(pny)/dnM. = D. d(pcM)/dcM (9) where we have changed over to expressing the
concentration as a mole fraction cy. Now, D, is evaluated in the usual way as #1 fr
” [see Chapter 1, Eq. (3.52)], to obtain D. = 'a'fw3 (10) where a is the lattice
parameter and f the correlation factor given by f = (2w1 + 7w-1)/(2w1 + 2w2 + 7w-
1) (11) Here, wi, we, and wa are, respectively, the jump frequencies for the
interchange of a vacancy adjacent to an M** ion with an nn A+ ion, an M**
impurity ion, and ...

Nonparametric Methods In Change Point Problems

Author: E. Brodsky
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So the defined points n1,..., nj are assumed to be boundaries of the sets DNM
and DR.M. Then the detected intervals of homogeneity n, – ni–1, i = 2,...,k are
compared in pairs on the basis of one of the classification procedures (see, for
example, the two-sample problem in [18]). After classification in two classes
made for each line of an image we obtain the estimates DNM and DRM of the
sets D and D° correspondingly. The estimate DN, M converges in the Hausdorf
metric to the set D.

Hydrographic Notices

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W., point Takala N. 314° W., and the southernmost point of land W. He further
states that there are, sixteen miles from the shore, six or seven other reefs and
banks, on both sides of the above-named, which uncover at low tide, and make
the waters north of the parallel of latitude of Oné Matabu unnavigable; they may
be considered a continuation of the shoals off point Pasier Lambang. (All the
charts are defective in this region, and great caution is required in navigating
there.) D. N. M. ...

The Oxford Handbook Of Early Christian Apocrypha

Author: Andrew Gregory
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This is not so in Ps.-Mt. The adversary is called Issachar in DNM 2.2. In DNM the
High Priest is anonymous at this point. There are often text-critical variations over
the name of this participant. Abiathar is named in Ps.-Mt. 7.1, 8.8; but at 8.1 as
only a variant to Issachar. R(e)uben appears in Ps.-Mt. 2.1. In PJ we have
Zacharias as High Priest at 8.3. Reuben is named at PJ 1.1. The story in DNM
indicates that scripture curses a childless couple; they must produce a male child
to avoid ...

Journal Of The Asiatic Society Of Bengal

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AD and DG are in the same straight line ; for through D draw DK, making the
angles KDA, KDG equal to one another (9.1) ; take any point L in the line KD, and
from the centre L at the distance LD describe the circle DNMK ; if necessary,
produce DB to meet the circle DNMK in M ; join MK ; and make the angle MND in
the segment DNM of the circle DNMK. Now the angles KDG, KDA are either
together, equal to, or greater, or less than two right angles ; if greater, then KDG is
greater than ...

Journal Of The Asiatic Society Of Bengal

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AD and DG are in the same straight line; for through D draw DK, making the
angles KDA, KDG equal to one another (9.1); take any point L in the line KD, and
from the centre L at the distance LD describe the circle DNMK; if necessary,
produce DB to meet the circle DNMK in M ; join MK; and make the angle MND in
the segment DNM of the circle DNMK. Now the angles KDG, KDA are either
together, equal to, or greater, or less than two right angles; if greater, then KDG is
greater than a ...

Journal Of The Asiatic Society Of Bengal

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AD and DG are in the same straight line ; for through D draw DK, making the
angles KDA, KDG equal to one another (9.1) ; take any point L in the line KD, and
from the centre L at the distance LD describe the circle DNMK ; if necessary,
produce DB to meet the circle DNMK in M; join MK; and make the angle MND in
the segment DNM of the circle DNMK. Now the angles KDG, KDA are either
together, equal to, or greater, or less than two right angles ; if greater, then KDG is
greater than ...

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AD and DG are in the same straight line; for through D draw DK, making the
angles KDA, KDG equal to one another (9.1); take any point L in the line KD, and
from the centre L at the distance LD describe the circle DNMK; if necessary,
produce DB to meet the circle DNMK in M ; join MK ; and make the angle MND in
the segment DNM of the circle DNMK. Now the angles KDG, KDA are either
together, equal to, or greater, or less than two right angles; if greater, then KDG is
greater than a ...