Mathematical Physics

   

Smarandache Stepped Functions

Authors: Mircea Eugen Selariu

The discovery of mathematical complements, assembled under the name of the eccentric mathematics, gave the opportunity for a series of applications, amongst which, in this article, are presented the impulse, step, and unitary ramp functions. The difference, in comparison with the same classic functions, from the distributions theory, is that those eccentric are periodical with a 2π period. By combining these between them, new mathematical functions have been defined; united under the name Smarandache stepped functions.

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[v1] 18 Mar 2007

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