• (noun): A unit of magnetic flux density equal to 1 maxwell per square centimeter.
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Regression Estimation - History
... was published by Legendre in 1805, and by Gauss in 1809 ... Legendre and Gauss both applied the method to the problem of determining, from astronomical observations, the orbits of bodies about the Sun (mostly comets ... Gauss published a further development of the theory of least squares in 1821, including a version of the Gauss–Markov theorem ...
List Of Examples Of Stigler's Law - G
... Gauss's Theorem first proved by Ostrogradsky in 1831 ... in 1733, but named after Carl Friedrich Gauss who began using it in 1794 ... Gaussian elimination was already in well-known textbooks such as Thomas Simpson's when Gauss in 1809 remarked that he used "common elimination." Gibbs phenomenon named for Josiah Willard Gibbs who ...
Clarence E. Gauss
... Clarence Edward Gauss (January 12, 1887–1960) was an American diplomat ... Gauss was born in Washington, D.C ... as the son of Herman Gauss and Emile J ...
Airstryke - F - Folded Man
... The Flash vol.2, #153 (October 1999) Created by Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn Aliases Edwin Gauss Further reading Folded Man on DC Database, an ... of the stories, the Folded Man is Edwin Gauss, a physics student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology looking to definitively resolve Albert Einstein's Unified field theory ... When Bridges tries to take the technology, Gauss uses the suit to create the identity of the Folded Man to strike back at Bridges ...
Pseudospectral Optimal Control - Details
... These methods include forms of the collocation at Legendre–Gauss–Lobatto points, collocation at Chebyshev–Gauss–Lobatto points, Legendre–Gauss points (known as the Gauss Pseudospectral Method ... It is also noted that versions of the Gauss and Radau pseudospectral methods have been developed for solving infinite-horizon optimal control problems ... has the property that the differentiation matrix is square and singular whereas the Gauss and Radau pseudospectral methods have the property that the differentiation matrices are ...

More definitions of "Gauss":

  • (noun): German mathematician who developed the theory of numbers and who applied mathematics to electricity and magnetism and astronomy and geodesy (1777-1855).
    Synonyms: Karl Gauss, Karl Friedrich Gauss