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Synonyms for exponential function

a function in which an independent variable appears as an exponent

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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.
Figure 5 also indicated that the UCS values computed from the linear and exponential functions lie above the 1:1 line in majority of the cases; whereas all the UCS values calculated from power function lie below the 1:1 line.
Consider a harmonic signal composed of p exponential functions with arbitrary amplitudes, phase angles and decaying factorials.
According to fundamental mathematics, a natural (Neperian) logarithm is the inverse function of an exponential function which can be written as:
The Fourier transform F(u,v) represents a image as a sum of complex exponential functions of different magnitudes, frequencies and stages and serves for improvement, analysis, recovery and compression of images.
is the "polar" variant of a typical quality of exponential functions to transform an arithmetic progression of the independent variable x values into a geometric progression of the corresponding dependent values [e.
A third-order rational approximation will be used to approximate exponential functions which will lead to an -acceptable algorithm which may be parallelized through the partial fraction splitting technique.
In this paper there are shown the results of cardio signals extraction using the proposed structure based on employment of sum of exponential functions.
Simple exponential functions describing the absorbance bands of visual pigment spectra.
OBJECTIVE: The goals of our study are to clarify the interpretation of half-lives derived from fitting exponential functions to declining CSTD and to provide a method of estimating human elimination half-lives from CSTD collected in a postban situation.
Intended for a one-semester liberal arts course, this textbook defines functions and the derivative, explains the rules of differentiation, introduces exponential functions, and describes the different methods of integration.
Students gain firsthand knowledge about the effect of exponential functions, although naming them is not essential.
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For the same simulation experiment, the remaining kurtosis after transformation by the Box-Cox and exponential functions is shown in Fig.
Included are the creation of calculus by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz, Leonhard Euler's explanation of complex numbers and exponential functions, and Evariste Galois' treatise on algebra and group theory.
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