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Establishing a stable state withing a discrete dynamic model

Given the following discrete dynamic model: $P_0=360$ and $R_0=80$ and $t[0,200]$ $P_t=1,18*P_{t-1}-0,002*R_{t-1}*P_{t-1}$and $R_t=0,86*R_{t-1}+0,0004*P_{t-1}*R_{t-1}$ One can rewrite the ...
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Mean value of discrete periodic signals

It is clear that a continuous periodic signal always takes at some point $x_m$ the absolute mean value. Then we could define the absolute mean value of the signal as the value that it takes at $x_m$. ...
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Equivalence discrete H^2 Sobolev norms

My aim is showing the equivalence of two discrete Sobolev norms. On $\mathbb{Z}^d$, $d\ge 2$, one defines the discrete derivative in the direction of the coordinate vector $\vec e_j$ as $$ ...
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Integration matrix

I want to do integration(summation) of a signal(x) using matrix multiplication. I am looking for a transformation matrix, I corresponding to integration such that F = I * x , where x is the signal ...
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Taylor Series Expansion for Function of Two Variables (with Countable Discontinuities)

Given a real-valued function of two real variables, under certain conditions of smoothness in a closed ball about some point, we can obtain a Taylor series for the function about that point. I want ...
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Closed form for estimated sum with different asymptotic bounds?

I found asymptotic lower and upper bounds for a summation as follows: $$ 1 - O\left(\frac{\log_2^2 n}{n}\right) \le \sum_n f(n) \le 1 + O\left(\frac{1}{n}\right).$$ If you want to write it in a ...
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Discretization of an integral

Given $f: [a,b] \to R $ and $K: [a,b]$ x $[a,b]$ $\to R$, we want to find a solution $\varphi:[a,b] \to R $ to the Fredholm integral equation: $$\varphi(x) = f(x)+\int _{ a }^{ b }{ K( x,t)\varphi ...
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Discretization of an Euler-Bernoulli

Given the following Euler-Bernoulli equation: $$ (s(x) w(x)'')''= q(x),\ \ x \in [0,1]$$ Could someone explain why the following discretization scheme may not be a good idea? \begin{align*} ...
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Can any analytic function be represented as a sum of a Newton series and a periodic function?

Suppose $f(x)$ is a real analytic function whose Newton series converges. Conjecture. $f(x)$ can be always represented as a sum of its Newton expansion and an 1-periodic function $g(x)$: ...
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If two functions are equal to their Newton series, is their composition also equal to its Newton series?

Suppose we have two real functions $f(x)$ and $g(x)$, both equal to their Newton series expansion (let's call such function Newton-analytic): $$f(x) = \sum_{k=0}^\infty \binom{x}k \Delta^k f\left ...
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About the logistic map.

I need guide line about it I also wanted to know how it will appear in graph if we use mathematica or some other software for this.
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About Recurrence Relations.

I need help in order to solve the following question, Here RR is for Recurrence Relations.
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Purely “discrete” PDEs?

Usually, one formulates a system of continuous PDEs and then discretizes it in order to approximately solve it. Is there a view point that instead formulates a system of "discrete" PDEs, which ...
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Continuous differentiation for polynomials?

Has this concept been explored & if so what name does it go by? Taking a simple polynomial & its derivatives: $$y = x^3 + x ^ 2 + x + 1$$ $$\frac{dy}{dx} = 3x^2 + 2x + 1$$ ...
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A proof using discrete differences

Using: $\Delta_x^n\left((x-1)^{(-1)}\right)=\frac{(-1)^n n!}{(x)_{n+1}}$ Show that: $\sum _{k=0}^n \frac{(-1)^k \binom{n}{k}}{k+x}=\frac{n!}{x (x+1) ... (x+n)}$ Im trying to show ...
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Questions on Difference operators

Please I really need help on the following short problems on difference operators that I need even some clues on how to go by them: 1) $\sum_{t=1}^{4}{\dfrac{1}{(t+1)(t+2)(t+3)}}= ...
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Differencing -vs- Differentiating

When you $\tt{diff}$erence discrete observations of a function $f$ you lose one observation each time you apply $\tt{diff}$. When you $\partial$ifferentiate a $\mathcal{C}^n \ni$ function $f: ...
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Need help to prove this by using natural deduction.

i m concerned to prove these by using Natural Deduction. And i am also concerned to prove it for both sides. ...
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How to prove this just by using Natural Deduction?

I need your help to prove this by using Natural Deduction: $$(\exists x)(p(x) \implies q) \dashv\vdash (\forall x)(p(x) \implies q).$$ I want to show the proof for both sides. It is a bit easy for ...
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Using discrete calculus to study convergence of series and sequences

From some personal investigation, I've noticed that all convergence tests for infinite series (at least, the real kind) can be rephrased in terms of the discrete derivative $∆f(x)$ of a function ...