If the text you're using for general chemistry seems to lack sufficient mathematics and physics in its presentation of classical mechanics, molecular structure, and statistics, this complementary science series title may be just what you're looking for. Written for the advanced lower-division undergraduate chemistry course, The Physical Basis of Chemistry, Second Edition, offers students an opportunity to understand and enrich the understanding of physical chemistry with some quantum mechanics, the Boltzmann distribution, and spectroscopy.
We prove that almost every nonregular real quadratic map is ColletEckmann and has polynomial recurrence of the critical orbit (proving a conjecture by Sinai). It follows that typical quadratic maps have excellent ergodic properties, as exponential decay of correlations (Keller and Nowicki, Young) and stochastic stability in the strong sense (Baladi and Viana). This is an important step in achieving the same results for more general families of unimodal maps.
Consider the inverse eigenvalue problem of the Schr¨dinger operator deo ﬁned on a ﬁnite interval. We give optimal and almost optimal conditions for a set of eigenvalues to determine the Schr¨dinger operator. These conditions are o simple closedness properties of the exponential system corresponding to the known eigenvalues. The statements contain nearly all former results of this topic. We give also conditions for recovering the Weyl-Titchmarsh m-function from its values m(λn ).
We prove in this paper that unordered, or I D / L P grammars, are e.xponentially more succinct than contextfree grammars, by exhibiting a sequence (L,~) of finite languages such that the size of any CFG for L,~ must grow exponentially in n, but which can be described by polynomial-size I D / L P grammars. The results have implications for the description of free word order languages.
The constitutive law of plastic deformation expresses the effects of material
behavior and properties for stress analysis in the design of manufacturing technology
and product service behavior, for materials testing, and for the maintenance
of structural and machine components.
The book represents the state of the art, but the editors do not rule out other
concepts of constitutive laws. There are many different facets of the same problem
and as many answers; the right one is the one that gives the most practical solution,
the one that best serves the specific problem....
For bidirectional associate memory neural networks with time-varying delays, the problems of determining the exponential stability and estimating the exponential convergence rate are investigated by employing the Lyapunov functional method and linear matrix inequality (LMI) technique. A novel criterion for the stability, which give information on the delay-dependent property, is derived.
This is the third in a series of short books on probability theory and random processes for
biomedical engineers. This book focuses on standard probability distributions commonly encountered
in biomedical engineering. The exponential, Poisson and Gaussian distributions are
introduced, as well as important approximations to the Bernoulli PMF and Gaussian CDF.
Many important properties of jointly Gaussian random variables are presented. The primary
subjects of the final chapter are methods for determining the probability distribution of a function
of a random variable.
Introduction Fourier Series Representation of Continuous Time Periodic Signals
Exponential Fourier Series • The Trigonometric Fourier Series • Convergence of the Fourier Series Properties of the Continuous Time Fourier Transform • Fourier Spectrum of the Continuous Time Sampling Model • Fourier Transform of Periodic Continuous Time Signals • The Generalized Complex Fourier Transform
The Classical Fourier Transform for Continuous Time Signals
An Elementary Introduction to Groups and Representations Brian C. Hall
Author address: University of Notre Dame, Department of Mathematics, Notre Dame IN 46556 USA E-mail address: email@example.com
arXiv:math-ph/0005032 31 May 2000
1. Preface Chapter 1. Groups 1. Deﬁnition of a Group, and Basic Properties 2. Some Examples of Groups 3. Subgroups, the Center, and Direct Products 4. Homomorphisms and Isomorphisms 5. Exercises Chapter 2. Matrix Lie Groups 1. Deﬁnition of a Matrix Lie Group 2. Examples of Matrix Lie Groups 3. Compactness 4. Connectedness 5.
Math is an integral part of our increasingly complex daily life. Calculus for the
Managerial, Life, and Social Sciences, Seventh Edition, attempts to illustrate this
point with its applied approach to mathematics. Our objective for this Seventh
Edition is twofold: (1) to write an applied text that motivates students and (2) to
make the book a useful teaching tool for instructors. We hope that with the present
edition we have come one step closer to realizing our goal.
The principle known as 'free indexation' plays an important role in the determination of the referential properties of noun phrases in the principleand-parameters language framework. First, by investigating the combinatorics of free indexation, we show that the problem of enumerating all possible indexings requires exponential time. Secondly, we exhibit a provably optimal free indexation algorithm. In (1), the pronominal "him" can be interpreted as being coreferential with "John", or with some other person not named in (1), but not with "Bill". ...
Chapter 3: Generating Functions introduces a central concept in the average-case analysis of algorithms: generating functions - a necessary and natural link between the algorithms that are our objects of study and analytic methods that are necessary to discover their properties.
The SMI algorithm, which is also known as direct matrix inversion (DMI) algorithm, has recently been used for 3G systems and beyond, because the fast convergence property makes it suitable for use with high data rate transmissions [143,150]. However the complexity grows three-orders exponentially with the number of the weights (M 3). Recursive equations for the inverse of the correlation matrix thus had been used for the implementation on digital signal processors.
SOLVABILITY CONDITIONS FOR SOME DIFFERENCE OPERATORS
N. C. APREUTESEI AND V. A. VOLPERT Received 24 June 2004
Inﬁnite-dimensional diﬀerence operators are studied. Under the assumption that the coeﬃcients of the operator have limits at inﬁnity, limiting operators and associated polynomials are introduced. Under some speciﬁc conditions on the polynomials, the operator is Fredholm and has the zero index. Solvability conditions are obtained and the exponential behavior of solutions of the homogeneous equation at inﬁnity is proved. 1.