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Hermite is a lunar impact crater located along the northern lunar limb, close to the north pole of the Moon. It was first discovered in 1964. To the west is the crater Rozhdestvenskiy, and to the south are Lovelace and Sylvester. Grignard is located directly adjacent to the Southwest. From the Earth this crater is viewed nearly from the side, and it is illuminated by oblique sunlight.
- also known as هرمیت
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Curves and Surfaces for CAGD (2002)
A Practical Guide by Gerald E. Farin
This leads to an interpolation scheme that is more useful than Lagrange interpolation: it is called Hermite interpolation. We treat the cubic case first, in which one is given a set of points p,~, associated parameter values t,-, and associated ...
The QTRACER program for tracer-breakthrough curve analysis for karst and fractured-rock aquifers (1999)
by Malcolm S. Field, National Center for Environmental Assessment (Washington, D.C.), United States. Environmental Protection Agency
DECAY means that data extrapolation will be an exponential decay function, a 2= CUBIC HERMITE means that data extrapolation will be by means of a piecewise cubic Hermite, and a 3=STAT. METH. means that data extrapolation will be by ...
by Leon Lapidus, George F. Pinder
Because the Hermite is a cubic polynomial, four parameters are required to define it uniquely. Thus four conditions must be imposed to evaluate these parameters. In the case of the Lagrange cubic described earlier, we simply required each ...
The Mathematics Dictionary (1992)
by R.C. James, Glenn James
HERMITE, Charles (1822-1901). French algebraist, analyst, and number theorist. Solved the general quintic equation in one variable by means of elliptic functions. Widely influential; trained many distinguished mathematicians. See e. Hermite ...
by D. W. Ballentyne
Hermite Polynomials Solutions of the Hermite differential equation when n is an integer. The polynomials are given by The Hermite polynomials give the probability density function (the wavefunction).
by John Daintith
Hermite, Charles (1822–1901) French mathematician Hermite (air-meet) was born ...
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-People in Paris-
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- Bernard L'hermite
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- St. Paul the Hermite or St. Onofrius
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- Bernard-l'hermite terrestre
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- Village de Bernard l'Hermite
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- Youssef le bernard l'hermite
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