Some articles on mathematical function, functions:
... the nuclear potential by an appropriate mathematical function ... The most recent parameterizations are based on more realistic functions, which account more accurately for scattering experiments, for example ... In the case of the Hartree–Fock approaches, the trouble is not to find the mathematical function which describes best the nuclear potential, but that which describes best the nucleon–nucleo ...
... PWC – (i) PieceWise Constant (describing a mathematical function) PWL – (i) PieceWise Linear (describing a mathematical function) PWLC – (i) PieceWise Linear and Concave/Convex (des ...
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