Arbitrary function

Related to Arbitrary function: Arbitrary function generator
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Host and Kra describe structures in an arbitrary measure-preserving system in order to decompose an arbitrary function into th sum of a function measurable with respect to such as a structure--a function that is orthogonal in some sense, and possibly a small-error function.
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We denote by [[DELTA].sub.[zeta]] the difference of f for an arbitrary function f defined on [R.sup.n] and [mathematical expression not reproducible]
where R([[epsilon].sub.3]t) is an arbitrary function of variable t; here, we suppose
where [F.sub.2](u, [x.sup.i]) is an arbitrary function and H is given by
Generally, the Jacobian [16] of the mapping [F.sup.e]([xi]) is required for the calculation of the integral of an arbitrary function h(x) over the element [[OMEGA].sup.e] through reference coordinates
The Lagrangian density is an arbitrary function of the torsion scalar T.
where a, b, c, d, e, and k are arbitrary constants and a(t) is an arbitrary function of t only.
These first integrals are obtained for the most general form of the equations in which they depend on an arbitrary function through an application of Nrether's theorem.
For an arbitrary function f, the q-differential is defined by
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