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M 2 (Sloane’s A001695), where m0 |{z} 2 U ; a truly huge 65536 number! See also ACKERMANN NUMBER, COMPUTABLE FUNCGOODSTEIN SEQUENCE, POWER TOWER, PRIMITIVE RECURSIVE FUNCTION, TAK FUNCTION, TOTAL FUNCTION TION, A term invented by B. Gru¨nbaum in an attempt to promote concrete and precise POLYHEDRON terminology. The word "coptic" derives from the Greek for "to cut," and acoptic polyhedra are defined as POLYHEDRA for which the FACES do not intersect (cut) themselves, making them 2-MANIFOLDS. See also HONEYCOMB, NOLID, POLYHEDRON, SPONGE Action References Buck, R.

Adjoint Operator Given a ¯ T; A1 A (1) where the ADJOINT operator is denoted with a star, T ¯ denotes the CONJUdenotes the TRANSPOSE, and A GATE MATRIX. Unfortunately, several different notations are in use. Older physics text commonly use A $ (Arfken 1985, p. 210), mathematicians commonly use A1 (Courant and Hilbert 1989, p. 9), and computer scientists sometimes use A H (Golub and van Loan 1996, p. 14). 1 y2 ) dx 2 dx Adjoint Matrix The adjoint matrix, sometimes also called the adjugate matrix or conjugate transpose (Golub and van Loan 1996, p.

Griffiths, D. J. Introduction to Elementary Particles. New York: Wiley, p. 220, 1987. Adjoint Curve A curve which has at least multiplicity ri (1 at each point where a given curve (having only ordinary singular points and cusps) has a multiplicity ri is called the adjoint to the given curve. When the adjoint curve is of order n(3; it is called a special adjoint curve. References Coolidge, J. L. A Treatise on Algebraic Plane Curves. New York: Dover, p. 30, 1959. References Arfken, G. Mathematical Methods for Physicists, 3rd ed.