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- Suppose : [a, b] R2 is a path in the xy-plane. How does one compute the length of the corresponding Well suppose we break the interval [a,b] up into n subintervals of length
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- Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis. Volume 25, pp. 259-277, 2006.
- Paths and Curves in Rn We have used the notion of a path : R Rn several times already, I now want formalize this fundamental
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- ON A COUNTEREXAMPLE IN THE THEORY OF POLYNOMIALS HAVINGCONCEN-TRATION AT LOW DEGREES
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- DISTRIBUTION OF ALGEBRAIC NUMBERS IGOR E. PRITSKER
- Means of algebraic numbers in the unit disk Igor E. Pritsker 1
- THE MULTIVARIATE INTEGER CHEBYSHEV PROBLEM P. B. BORWEIN AND I. E. PRITSKER
- Inequalities for Products of Polynomials II I. E. Pritsker
- AN AREAL ANALOG OF MAHLER'S MEASURE IGOR E. PRITSKER
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- Computational Methods and Function Theory Volume 3 (2003), No. 1, 7994
- Derivatives of Faber polynomials and Markov inequalities Igor E. Pritsker*
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- Rational approximation with varying weights in the complex plane
- Weighted rational approximation in the complex plane Igor E. Pritker and Richard S. Varga
- Weighted Approximation on Compact Sets Igor E. Pritsker
- BOUNDARY SINGULARITIES OF FABER AND FOURIER SERIES Igor E. Pritsker and Richard S. Varga
- THE QUADRIC SURFACES Suppose we have a general quadratic equation in three variables
- Vectors and Vector Spaces, Cont'd 1. Equations of Lines and Planes
- Real-Valued Functions Recall that a function is simply a rule for associating with each element of a set A an element of another
- Partial Derivatives and Differentiability 1. Partial Derivatives
- Maxima and Minima Definition 11.1. Let f : Rn R be a real-valued function of several variables. A point xo Rn is called
- Vector Fields Definition 13.1. A vector field on Rn is a function F : A Rn Rn that assignes to each point x in
- Double Integrals over More General Regions We shall now develop the theory of integration over regions other than rectangles. To do this we will first
- Integrals over 3-Dimensional Regions 1. Integrals over Rectangular Boxes
- Integration by a Change of Variables 1. Introduction
- DOI: 10.1007/s003650010027 Constr. Approx. (2001) 17: 209225
- Selected Theorems for Test 2 We use the standard notation s =
- POLYNOMIAL INEQUALITIES, MAHLER'S MEASURE, AND MULTIPLIERS
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- A Sharp Version of Mahler's Inequality for Products of Polynomials Andras Kroo
- Vectors and Vector Spaces There are three fundamental ways of thinking about n-dimensional vectors
- Reverse Triangle Inequalities for Potentials I. E. Pritsker
- Weighted Polynomial Approximation in the Complex Plane
- Identities of Vector Analysis 1. Differential Operator Notation
- Directional Derivatives and the Gradient In this lecture we specialize to the case where f : Rn R is a real-valued function of several variables. For
- Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis. Volume 4, pp. 106-124, September 1996.
- Please give complete and clearly written solutions. You are required to draw pictures of the regions for all integrals.
- Canad. Math. Bull. Vol. XX (Y), ZZZZ pp. 115 Potential Theory of the Farthest-Point
- Integrals over Surfaces 1. Parameterized Surfaces
- Differentials and the Chain Rule In this lecture we will elaborate on notion of gradient that we introduced when we discussed the differen-
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- The Divergence and Curl of a Vector Field 1. The Divergence of a Vector Field
- Asymptotic Zero Distribution 1 Asymptotic Zero Distribution of
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- Integration by a Change of Variables, Cont'd 1. How a Coordinate Changes : R2 R2 affects Small Areas
- Double Integrals over Rectangles For the last 10 lectures or so we have been developing the calculus of derivatives for functions of several
- Higher Order Derivatives and Taylor Expansions 1. Higher Order Derivatives
- Limits of Real-Valued Functions 1. Topology of Rn
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- Convergence of Julia polynomials Igor E. Pritsker
- Reversing the Order of Integration Last time I presented the following theorem.
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- The Integral Theorems of Vector Analysis 1. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
- Integrals over Curves Recall that the arc length of a parameterized curve : [a,b] Rn is given by
- INEQUALITIES FOR PRODUCTS OF POLYNOMIALS I I. E. PRITSKER AND S. RUSCHEWEYH
- EQUIDISTRIBUTION OF POINTS VIA ENERGY IGOR E. PRITSKER
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