(differential algebra), a unary function satisfying
the Leibniz product
(linguistics) Formal proof
system), a commercial system
made by Texas Instruments Dérive
(magazine), an Austrian science magazine
- The dérive
(French: [de.ʁiv], "drift") is a revolutionary strategy originally
in the "Theory of the Dérive
" (1956) by Guy Debord, a member...
- is also called
. The collection
of all K-derivations
of A to itself
by DerK(A). The collection
of A into an A-module...
- but not with open or strong). However, it is important
to note that derivations
homonyms, that being, morphemes
that have the...
how they combine. First, prefixes
and suffixes, most of which
Gr**** or cl****ical Latin, have a droppable
-o-. As a general...
- simpler formula
motion. "Can You Really Derive Conic Formulae
from a Cone? – Deriving
of the Parabola
and Engineering, Cambridge, p. 246 Davidson, E. R. (1965), "On Derivations
of the Uncertainty
Principle", J. Chem. Phys., 42 (4): 1461–1462, Bibcode:1965JChPh...
- Structured derivations
(SD) is a logic-based format
for presenting mathematical solutions
and proofs created
by Prof. Ralph-Johan Back and Joakim
- This is a list of some vector calculus formulae
with common curvilinear coordinate
systems. This article
uses the standard notation