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On Uniform Convergence

Description: In this paper, we will be concerned primarily with series of functions and a particular type of convergence which will be described. The purpose of this paper is to familiarize the reader with the concept of uniform convergence. In the main it is a compilation of material found in various references and revised to conform to standard notation.
Date: 1951
Creator: Drew, Dan Dale
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Mechanization of Aircraft Performance

Description: The purpose of this paper is to describe the mechanization of the basic equations of motion for the performance and maneuver characteristics of an airplane with some simplifications which render solutions more practicable. The results of a study made to program these equations for calculation by the IBM MODEL 650 digital computer are presented as well as the steps to be taken in using this method of calculation.
Date: 1956
Creator: Cotten, Frances Patterson
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Orthogonal Functions

Description: In this study the idea of orthogonality of two lines will be generalized to the idea of orthogonality of two functions. In particular, the orthogonality of two lines may be treated from the standpoint of the orthogonality of two vectors in two-dimensional space.
Date: 1956
Creator: Harrison, Ivan
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Some Amine Derivatives of 1,4-naphthoquinone

Description: It was the aim of this investigation to prepare derivatives of 1,4-naphthoquinone substituted at the 2- and 3- positions with various amino groups. 2,3-Dichloro-1,4-naphthoquinone was selected as the starting material because of the possibility of replacing the chloro groups in direct substitution reactions with amines.
Date: August 1959
Creator: Cunningham, Robert Gipson
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Topological Groups

Description: The notion of a topological group follows naturally from a combination of the properties of a group and a topological space. Since a group consists of a set G of elements which may be either finite or infinite and since this is also common to a topological space, a question is opened as to whether or not it is possible to assign a topology to a set of elements which form a group under a certain operation. Now it is possible to assign a topology to any set of elements if no restriction is placed on the topology assigned and hence this study would be of little value from the standpoint of the group itself. If however it is required that the group operation be continuous in the topological space then a very interesting theory is developed.
Date: May 1960
Creator: Carry, Laroy Ray
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