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elliptic function


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elliptic function

Elliptic functions and integrals

Elliptic Functions and the Appell Theta Functions

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Estimation of halo ellipticity as a function of radius with flexions

Reduction of CM elliptic curves and modular function congruences

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Describing shape changes in the human mandible using elliptical Fourier functions

Braided Differential Structure on Weyl Groups, Quadratic Algebras, and Elliptic Functions

Maximal Galois Group of L-Functions of Elliptic Curves

GREEN'S FUNCTIONS FOR AN ANISOTROPIC ELLIPTIC INCLUSION UNDER GENERALIZED PLANE STRAIN DEFORMATIONS

Evolution of globular cluster systems in elliptical galaxies — I. Log-normal initial mass function

Multiscale methods with compactly supported radial basis functions for Galerkin approximation of elliptic PDEs

Keck spectroscopy of the faint dwarf elliptical galaxy population in the Perseus Cluster core: mixed stellar populations and a flat luminosity function

The bulge–halo conspiracy in massive elliptical galaxies: implications for the stellar initial mass function and halo response to baryonic processes

Destruction of wide binary stars in low-mass elliptical galaxies: implications for initial mass function estimates

Chow–Heegner Points on CM Elliptic Curves and Values of p-adic L-functions

The SINFONI Nearby Elliptical Lens Locator Survey: discovery of two new low-redshift strong lenses and implications for the initial mass function in giant early-type galaxies

 

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A function defined on the complex plane for which f(z)=f(z+a)=f(z+b) where a/b is not real. From this it follows that f(z+ma+nb)=f(z) for all integers m, n and that the function is periodic in two distinct directions on the complex plane.

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