Computational Mathematics by B. P. Und I. A. Maron Demidovich

By B. P. Und I. A. Maron Demidovich

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2) 1 to 11, 19–21 Exercises (Sec. 3) 1 to 12, 28–35 Exercises (Sec. 4) 1 to 10, 48–50 Gm,n , 9 L(V1 , U ), 2 M (V1 , . . , Vn ), 1 Mm,n (R), 1 Qm,n (R), 2 R0X , 10 V /W , 12 Vqp , 36 Vn (R), 1 X[1, . . , m | ω], 2 [T ]K ∆ , 38 [ξi ηj ], 1 Γ, 4 Γ(n1 , . . 1 Tensor Products of Transformations ................................................. 2 Properties of Mappings on Tensor Spaces ...................................... 3 Symmetry Classes .............................................................................

3 Symmetry Classes ............................................................................. 4 Induced Transformations ................................................................. 65 Index ....................................................................................................... 109 i ii Chap. 2 Tensor Transformations 1 Tensor Transformations .

M | ω], 2 [T ]K ∆ , 38 [ξi ηj ], 1 Γ, 4 Γ(n1 , . . 1 Tensor Products of Transformations ................................................. 2 Properties of Mappings on Tensor Spaces ...................................... 3 Symmetry Classes ............................................................................. 4 Induced Transformations ................................................................. 65 Index .......................................................................................................

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