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La·grange

 (lə-grānj′, -gränj′, lä-gräNzh′), Comte Joseph Louis 1736-1813.
French mathematician and astronomer. He developed the calculus of variations (1755) and made a number of other contributions to the study of mechanics.

Lagrange

(French laɡrɑ̃ʒ)
n
(Biography) Comte Joseph Louis (ʒozɛf lwi). 1736–1813, French mathematician and astronomer, noted particularly for his work on harmonics, mechanics, and the calculus of variations
Lagrangian adj

La•grange

(ləˈgreɪndʒ, -ˈgrɑndʒ, -ˈgrɑ̃ʒ)

n.
Joseph Louis, Comte, 1736–1813, French mathematician and astronomer.
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Appendices adapt the Melrose-Uhlmann notion of an intersecting Lagrangian distribution to the semiclassical setting, and construct the Melrose-Taylor parametrix.
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He has taught modules in classical mechanics, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics, nuclear physics, particle physics, quantum field theory, and mathematics for physicists.
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In this section we try to derive a function depending on the domain; for this we use the Eulerian U or Lagrangian L derivative.
The final step will be to integrate the telescope onto the spacecraft and test the fully assembled observatory before it is launched to orbit the Sun at the L2 Lagrangian point, 1.5 million km from Earth.
(i) Let Y [subset] X be a Lagrangian constant cycle subvariety (i.e., dim Y = m and the pushforward map [A.sub.0] (Y) [right arrow] [A.sub.0](X) has image of dimension 1).

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