### Some articles on *variable, variables*:

... Instead of setting a specific target value for a

**variable**, the goal is to find the optimum value for one or more target

**variables**, given certain constraints ... Then one or more other

**variables**are changed repeatedly, subject to the specified constraints, until you discover the best values for the target

**variables**...

... form of a system of equations is the result of solving the system for the endogenous

**variables**... This gives the latter as a function of the exogenous

**variables**, if any ... of the economy, while "reduced form" models begin by identifying particular relationships between

**variables**...

... They are based on a few equations involving a few

**variables**, which can often be explained with simple diagrams ... The

**variables**that appear in these models often represent macroeconomic aggregates (such as GDP or total employment) rather than individual choice

**variables**, and while the equations relating these ...

... We assume a solution in separated

**variables**, Substituting this into the wave equation and separating the

**variables**, gives where is a constant ... From the equation we obtain, by multiplying both sides by and separating

**variables**, that and for some constant Since is periodic, with period being an angular ... This also implies We showed that all solutions in separated

**variables**of the vibrating drum head problem are of the form for ...

... A closure is an inline function that captures

**variables**from its lexical scope ... approach also has some differences compared to real closures, notably more controlled access to

**variables**from the enclosing scopes only final members can be referenced ... a problem arises about what to do when the method has references to

**variables**/parameters in its lexical scope ...

### Famous quotes containing the word variables:

“The *variables* of quantification, ‘something,’ ‘nothing,’ ‘everything,’ range over our whole ontology, whatever it may be; and we are convicted of a particular ontological presupposition if, and only if, the alleged presuppositum has to be reckoned among the entities over which our *variables* range in order to render one of our affirmations true.”

—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)

“The *variables* are surprisingly few.... One can whip or be whipped; one can eat excrement or quaff urine; mouth and private part can be meet in this or that commerce. After which there is the gray of morning and the sour knowledge that things have remained fairly generally the same since man first met goat and woman.”

—George Steiner (b. 1929)

“Science is feasible when the *variables* are few and can be enumerated; when their combinations are distinct and clear. We are tending toward the condition of science and aspiring to do it. The artist works out his own formulas; the interest of science lies in the art of making science.”

—Paul Valéry (1871–1945)