Some articles on functions, function:
... make assumptions about the room's original functions and how those functions may be similar to or differ from kivas used in modern practice ... This suggests that the room's older functions may have been changed or adapted to suit the new religious practice ...
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... Following are several candidates for one-way functions (as of April 2009) ... Clearly, it is not known whether these functions are indeed one-way but extensive research has so far failed to produce an efficient inverting algorithm for ...
... For more details on this topic, see elementary function (differential algebra) ... The logarithm and the exponential function are examples of transcendental functions ... Transcendental function is a term often used to describe the trigonometric functions (sine, cosine, tangent, their reciprocals cotangent, secant, and cosecant, the now little-used ...
... The Vice-President performs some important functions and duties ... If the President is not able to perform his functions due to absence or illness etc ... the Vice-President shall perform the functions of President until the President resumes his duty ...
Famous quotes containing the word functions:
“The English masses are lovable: they are kind, decent, tolerant, practical and not stupid. The tragedy is that there are too many of them, and that they are aimless, having outgrown the servile functions for which they were encouraged to multiply. One day these huge crowds will have to seize power because there will be nothing else for them to do, and yet they neither demand power nor are ready to make use of it; they will learn only to be bored in a new way.”
—Cyril Connolly (19031974)
“Mark the babe
Not long accustomed to this breathing world;
One that hath barely learned to shape a smile,
Though yet irrational of soul, to grasp
With tiny fingerto let fall a tear;
And, as the heavy cloud of sleep dissolves,
To stretch his limbs, bemocking, as might seem,
The outward functions of intelligent man.”
—William Wordsworth (17701850)