# 'Partial derivatives' diaporamas de présentation

## 15.Math-Review

15.Math-Review Tuesday 8/15/00 Convexity and Concavity Consider the function f(x)=x 2 over the interval [-1,1]. Is this function convex or concave? Prove it. Notation: for a function y = f(x), the derivative of f with respect to x can be written as: Differentiation The derivative

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## Introduction to Haptic Rendering

Introduction to Haptic Rendering Ming C. Lin lin@cs.unc.edu http://gamma.cs.unc.edu/interactive What Is Haptic Rendering? Master-Slave Systems Human-in-the-Loop Robot Force Feedback Haptic Device Human Simulation Tactile Feedback Virtual Reality

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## Visualizing Partial Derivatives without Graphs.

Visualizing Partial Derivatives without Graphs. . Martin Flashman. Humboldt State University and Occidental College. flashman@humboldt.edu. Abstract. In this presentation the author will explain and use free graphing technology ( Winplot ) to illustrate

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## Inventory Models

Inventory Models. Planned Shortage Models. PLANNED SHORTAGE MODEL. Assumes no customers will be lost because of stockouts Instantaneous reordering This can be modified later using standard reorder point analyses Stockout costs: C b -- fixed administrative cost/stockout

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## Optimization using Calculus

Optimization using Calculus. We will review some rules of differential calculus that are especially useful for management decision making. The profit function. Suppose that a business firm has estimated its profit ( ) function (based on marketing and production studies) as follows:.

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## Chemistry 444

Chemistry 444. Chemical Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics. Fall 2006 – MWF 10:00-10:50 – 217 Noyes Lab. Instructor: Prof. Nancy Makri Office: A442 CLSL E-mail: nancy@makri.scs.uiuc.edu Office Hours: Fridays 1:30-2:30 (or by appointment).

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## Complex numbers and function

Complex numbers and function. - a historic journey. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). Contents. Complex numbers Diophantus Italian rennaissance mathematicians Rene Descartes Abraham de Moivre Leonhard Euler Caspar Wessel Jean-Robert Argand Carl Friedrich Gauss.

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## Earthquake Location

Earthquake Location. The basic principles S-P location (manual) location by inversion single station location depth assessment velocity models Relocation methods joint hypocentral location master event location Other related topics Waveform modeling Automated phase picking.

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## A Convex Polynomial that is not SOS-Convex

A Convex Polynomial that is not SOS-Convex. Amir Ali Ahmadi Pablo A. Parrilo Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems Massachusetts Institute of Technology FRG: Semidefinite Optimization and Convex Algebraic Geometry May 2009 - MIT. Deciding Convexity.

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## 16.8 and 16.9

16.8 and 16.9. Stokes’ Theorem Divergence Theorem . Important Theorems we know. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. a. b. Important Theorems we know. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. a. b. Fundamental Theorem of Line Integrals. r (b). r (a). Important Theorems we know.

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## ________ Gases

________ Gases. have non-zero volume at low T and high P have repulsive and attractive forces between molecules. short range, important at ________ P. longer range, important at ________ P.

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## Introduction to Haptic Rendering

Introduction to Haptic Rendering. Ming C. Lin lin@cs.unc.edu http://gamma.cs.unc.edu/interactive. What Is Haptic Rendering?. Master-Slave Systems. Human-in-the-Loop. Robot. Force Feedback. Haptic Device. Human. Simulation. Tactile Feedback. Virtual Reality.

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## Differential Equations MTH 242 Lecture # 29 Dr. Manshoor Ahmed

Differential Equations MTH 242 Lecture # 29 Dr. Manshoor Ahmed. Summary(Recall). Homogeneous system of linear DEs. Eigenvalue and Eigenvector. Solution of system when eigenvalues real and distinct. Solution of system when eigenvalues complex.

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## Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations

Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations . CAAM 452 Spring 2005 Lecture 4 1-step time-stepping methods: stability, accuracy Runge-Kutta Methods, Instructor: Tim Warburton. Today. Recall AB stability regions and start up issues Group analysis of the Leap-Frog scheme

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## Earthquake Location

Earthquake Location. The basic principles S-P location (manual) location by inversion single station location depth assessment velocity models Relocation methods joint hypocentral location master event location Other related topics Waveform modeling Automated phase picking.

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## 14.3

14.3. Partial Derivatives. Partial Derivatives. For the function f(x,y) the partial derivatives are noted: f x and f y. Notations. There are many alternative notations for partial derivatives:. Finding Partial Derivatives. Use the following rule. Example 1.

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## Introduction to Variational Methods and Applications

Introduction to Variational Methods and Applications. Chunming Li. Institute of Imaging Science Vanderbilt University. URL: www.vuiis.vanderbilt.edu/~licm E-mail: chunming.li@vanderbilt.edu. Outline. Brief introduction to calculus of variations Applications:

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## One Form

One Form. Map F Goes from manifold M  R All points in M go to R Smooth, i.e. differentiable. Function f ( x, y ) Map U  R Open set U  M Region U is diffeomorphic to E 2 (or E n ). Scalar Field. One-Form. The scalar field F is differentiable.

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## An Example from Dairy Cattle Selection: The Net Merit Index

An Example from Dairy Cattle Selection: The Net Merit Index. The Old Way of Selecting Cattle. Objectives. Document USA Net Merit index Compare national selection indexes for dairy cattle Discuss traits that affect profit and direction of selection

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## Intermediate Microeconomics

Intermediate Microeconomics. Math Review. Functions and Graphs. Functions are used to describe the relationship between two variables. Ex: Suppose y = f(x), where f(x) = 2x + 4 This means if x is 1, y must be 2(1) + 4 = 6 if x is 2, y must be 2(2) + 4 = 8

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