Mathematical Physics


Invariants Relative to Change of Value of the Independent Variable and Their Role in the Physics.

Authors: Vladimir I. Smirnov

It is identified the new class of invariants which values are constant at change of value of an inde-pendent variable. Their properties and a deriving method are shown on already known and still un-known instances, concerning to various areas of physics. In particular, new invariants (50), (55) and (57) for the straight lines intersected in one point on a plane have been discovered. Besides, the re-quest for detection of the third (not dependent on two already known) an invariant (31) electromag-netic fields for a special case of the special theory of relativity is made.

Comments: 34 pages, Russian and English versions included

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[v1] 31 Oct 2009

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