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Differential - Other
... Differential hardening, in metallurgy Differential rotation, in astronomy Differential centrifugation, in cell biology Differential scanning calorimetry, in materials science Differential signalling, in ...
Luis Caffarelli
... mathematician and leader in the field of partial differential equations and their applications ... one of the world's leading experts in free boundary problems and nonlinear partial differential equations ... Recently, he has taken an interest in Integro-differential equations ...
BMW X Drive - Predecessor 4WD System
... The system had a planetary center differential with a permanent 38-62 (front-back) torque split ... Both the center and rear differential had a viscous lock which would engage automatically if slippage occurred (one shaft rotated at a significantly different speed compared to the other) ... The front differential had no lock of any kind ...
Separable Differential Equation
... In mathematics, a separable differential equation may refer to one of two related things, both of which are differential equations that can be attacked by a ... For ordinary differential equations, it describes a class of equations that can be separated into a pair of integrals ... See examples of differential equations ...
Current (mathematics)
... In mathematics, more particularly in functional analysis, differential topology, and geometric measure theory, a k-current in the sense of Georges de Rham is a functional on the space of compactly ... Schwartz distributions on a space of differential forms ...

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    But how is one to make a scientist understand that there is something unalterably deranged about differential calculus, quantum theory, or the obscene and so inanely liturgical ordeals of the precession of the equinoxes.
    Antonin Artaud (1896–1948)