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The operation of exchanging all points of a mathematical object with their mirror images (i.e., reflections in a mirror). Objects that do not change handedness under ...

There are at least two meanings of the term "

**total**derivative" in mathematics. The first is as an alternate term for the convective derivative. The**total**derivative is the ...For a graph G and a subset S^t of the vertex set V(G), denote by N_G^t[S^t] the set of vertices in G which are adjacent to a vertex in S^t. If N_G^t[S^t]=V(G), then S^t is ...

Given a complex measure mu, there exists a positive measure denoted |mu| which measures the

**total**variation of mu, also sometimes called simply "**total**variation." In ...If one part of the

**total**intersection group of a curve of order n with a curve of order n_1+n_2 constitutes the**total**intersection with a curve of order n_1, then the other ...The

**total**graph T(G) of a graph G has a vertex for each edge and vertex of G and an edge in T(G) for every edge-edge, vertex-edge, and vertex-vertex adjacency in G ...The term "

**total**curvature" is used in two different ways in differential geometry. The**total**curvature, also called the third curvature, of a space curve with line elements ...The

**total**domination number gamma_t of a graph is the size of a smallest**total**dominating set, where a**total**dominating set is a set of vertices of the graph such that all ...The

**total**angular defect is the sum of the angular defects over all polyhedron vertices of a polyhedron, where the angular defect delta at a given polyhedron vertex is the ...A

**reflection**relation is a functional equation relating f(-x) to f(x), or more generally, f(a-x) to f(x). Perhaps the best known example of a**reflection**formula is the gamma ......