### Some articles on *mathematical function, functions*:

... is a parameterization of the nuclear potential by an appropriate

**mathematical function**... The most recent parameterizations are based on more realistic

**functions**, which account more accurately for scattering experiments, for example ... In the case of the Hartree–Fock approaches, the trouble is not to find the

**mathematical function**which describes best the nuclear potential, but that which describes best the nucleon–nucleon interaction ...

... accounting firm) PWC – (i) PieceWise Constant (describing a

**mathematical function**) PWL – (i) PieceWise Linear (describing a

**mathematical function**) PWLC – (i ...

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