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La·place

(lah-plās'),
Ernest, U.S. surgeon, 1861-1924. See: Laplace forceps.

La·place

(lah-plās'),
Pierre S. de, French mathematician, 1749-1827. See: Laplace law.
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The company, headquartered in LaPlace, LA, has an additional operation in Harriman, TN as well as three finished inventory depots in Tulsa, Chicago and Pittsburgh.
which is the moment-generating function of a Laplace random variable.
If [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], then the inverse Laplace transform of u(x, s) is defined by
The rest of paper is arranged as follows: In Section 2 we describe the American option pricing models with time-fractional derivatives; in Section 3 we introduce the Laplace transform methods for the problem; in Section 4 we give the boundary-searching finite difference methods for the problem; in Section 5 we provide numerical examples to compare the performance of the Laplace transform method with FDM; the conclusions are made in the final section.
The Laplace Decomposition method (LDM) is a numerical algorithm to solve nonlinear ordinary, Partial differential equations.
In this section we established an Algorithm using Laplace Decomposition method on the partial differential equations which were nonlinear.
This transform has deeper connection with the Laplace transform.
Located in LaPlace, River Parishes Hospital is a Joint Commissioned-accredited hospital serving nearly 120,000 residents in St.
By Laplace method development using fuzzy number to evaluate the quality of various relationships within and outside the organization the knowledge workers can generate solutions based on logical criteria in conditions of high uncertainty.
We consider a transformed version of standard symmetric Laplace distribution.
El algoritmo presentado en este articulo permite obtener la concentracion (solucion de la ecuacion diferencial parcial) utilizando la transformada de Laplace, resultando un proceso relativamente simple, y no requiere de series de potencias, series de Fourier u otros argumentos mas especializados.