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Herleitung von Kriterien für die Anzahl reeller Wurzeln von Gleichungen (speciell der allgemeinen viergliedrigen und der Gleichungen vom fünften Grade) aus der Beschaffenheit ihrer Discriminantenmannigfaltigkeit /Faerber, Carl, January 1889 (has links)
Thesis (doctoral)FriedrichWilhelmsUniversität zu Berlin, 1889. / Vita.

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Meetkundige constructies en algebraïsche vergelijkingenPrins, Jan Albert. January 1927 (has links)
ProefschriftGroningen.

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Meetkundige constructies en algebraïsche vergelijkingenPrins, Jan Albert. January 1927 (has links)
ProefschriftGroningen.

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Beiträge zur auflösung der algebraischen gleichungen 5. gradesRabinowitsch, IzkoEwna. January 1911 (has links)
Inaug.diss.Universität Bern.

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Die Tschirnhaustransformation algebraischer Gleichungen mit einer UnbekanntenKaluza, Theodor, January 1907 (has links)
Inaug.diss.Königsberg i. Pr. / Lebenslauf.

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Equations and equational theoriesSrour, Gabriel, 1958 January 1984 (has links)
We define a formula (phi)(x;t)(' )in a firstorder language L, to be an equation in a category of Lstructures if, for any H in , and set p = {(phi)(x;a(,i));(' )i (ELEM) I, a(,i)(' )(ELEM) H} there is a finite set I(,0) (LHOOK) I such that for any f:H(>)F in ,(' )(INTERSECT)(,i(ELEM)I(,0))(phi)(F;fa(,i)) =(' )(INTERSECT)(,i(ELEM)I)(phi)(F;fa(,i)). / We say that a complete theory T is equational if any formula is equivalent in T to a boolean combination of equations in od(T), and we note that equational theories are stable. / Thus, we develop a theory of independence with respect to equations in general categories of structures, which is similar to the one introduced in stability (and actually identical to it in the case of equational theories) but which, in our context, have an algebraic character. / We then compare the concepts introduced in stability theory to corresponding notions in the context of equational theories.

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Certain aspects of the theory of equations for a pair of matricesBruton, Gaston Swindell. January 1932 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)University of WisconsinMadison, 1932. / Typescript and manuscript. eContent providerneutral record in process. Description based on print version record.

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Equations and equational theoriesSrour, Gabriel, 1958 January 1984 (has links)
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Multilevel analysis of structural equation models.January 1991 (has links)
by Linda Hoiying Yau. / Thesis (M.Phil.)Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1991. / Includes bibliographical references. / Chapter Chapter 1  Preliminary / Chapter § 1.1  Introduction page  p.1 / Chapter § 1.2  Notations page  p.3 / Chapter Chapter 2  Multilevel Analysis of Structural Equation Models with Multivariate Normal Distribution / Chapter § 2.1  The Multilevel Structural Equation Model page  p.4 / Chapter § 2.2  "First Stage Estimation of and Σkmkm1ki+1wo for i=1,...,m1 page"  p.5 / Chapter § 2:3  Second Stage Estimation of Structural Parameters page  p.10 / Chapter Chapter 3  Generalization to Arbitrary and Elliptical Distributions / Chapter § 3.1  Asymptotically DistributionFree Estimation page  p.25 / Chapter § 3.2  Elliptical Distribution Estimation page  p.30 / Chapter Chapter 4  Artificial Examples / Chapter § 4.1  Examples on Multivariate Normal Distribution Estimation Page  p.34 / Chapter § 4.2  Examples on Elliptical Distribution Estimation page  p.40 / Chapter §4.3  Findings and Summary Page  p.42 / Chapter Chapter 5  Conclusion and Discussion page  p.44 / References page  p.47 / Figure 1 page  p.49 / Appendices page  p.50 / Tables Page  p.59

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The remainder term in Taylor's Theorem and generalizationsUnknown Date (has links)
It is the purpose of this paper to study the approximation to real functions by certain power series. Specifically, Taylor's series and generalizations of Taylor's series are considered. The importance of the behavior of the remainder, defined in chapter 1, demands a study of the difference between a function and the terms of an approximation sequence. Thus, this paper is devoted to the presentation of various forms of the remainder term when the approximation is by Taylor's expansion or some of its generalizations. / "May, 1955." / Typescript. / Advisor: B. F. Hadmot, Professor Directing Paper. / "Submitted to the Graduate Council of Florida State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science." / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 7273).

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