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- Augustin-Louis Cauchy : (1789 – 1857) prominent French mathematician, one of the pioneers of rigor in mathematics and complex analysis.
- Big O notation : Mathematical notation to express various upper bounds concerning asymptotic behaviour of functions, e.g. the complexity of algorithms in computer science.
- Convergence (disambiguation) : Add brief definition or description
- Gamma function : A mathematical function that extends the domain of factorials to non-integers.
- Holomorphic function : Function from to is called holomorphic in domain if for every open domain there exist derivative .
- Inclusion-exclusion principle : Principle that, if A and B are finite sets, the number of elements in the union of A and B can be obtained by adding the number of elements in A to the number of elements in B, and then subtracting from this sum the number of elements in the intersection of A and B.
- Integral : A central concept in calculus that generalizes the idea of a sum to cover quantities which may be continuously varying.
- Lambert W function : Used to solve equations in which the unknown appears both outside and inside an exponential function or a logarithm.
- Limit of a function : Mathematical concept used to describe the behavior of a function as its argument either "gets close" to some point, or as it becomes arbitrarily large.
- Limit of a sequence : A sequence which converges to (or approaches) the limit a as n tends to infinity.
- Neighbourhood (topology) : In a topological space, a set containing a given point in its interior, expressing the idea of points "near" this point.
- Newton's method : Technique to approximate the roots of an equation by the methods of the calculus.
- Real number : A limit of the Cauchy sequence of rational numbers.
- Stochastic process : Family of random variables, dependent upon a parameter which usually denotes time.