exponential function

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Noun1.exponential function - a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponentexponential function - a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent
function, mapping, mathematical function, single-valued function, map - (mathematics) a mathematical relation such that each element of a given set (the domain of the function) is associated with an element of another set (the range of the function)
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2012) tested the data on compound growth rates by means of exponential function for cultivated area, production and productivity of the cotton in Gujarat, India for 1981 - 2008.
0]) = I, is a solution called matrix exponential function of A at [t.
The maximum was determined by fitting an exponential function to the orbital spacing values while changing the a value for the planet 1h in the range given.
Among specific topics are the complex exponential function, two basic equations and their monodromy, regular singular points and the local Riemann-Hilbert correspondence, the universal group as the pro-algebraic hull of the fundamental group, and beyond local fuschian differential Galois theory.
By expanding the exponential function in Taylor series as
The research on the mathematical model of corona current is to determine the structure of the mathematical model with the help of a variety of functions, and determine the current double exponential function model (He, 2013).
2(b)) and the exponential function within brackets; this can be controlled in order that it is virtually constant, excepting when x is close to [tau] /4 (curve BC in Fig.
Results of Cobb-Douglas (column 1 of Table 2) and modified exponential function form (column 3 of Table 2) show that all variables have expected signs in both production functions except labor variable.
Evolution path is exponential function whose decay depends on the controller parameter k.
n]), one denotes the matrix exponential function [mathematical expression not reproducible] for all t [member of] R.
We also analytically derive firm growth that first obeys the power-law function and subsequently follows an exponential function.

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