Euler Portal to Mathematics Publications, hosted by EMIS , The European Mathematical Information Service. This `Euler` would appear to be named after Leonhard Euler the mathematician, above. ...

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Leonhard Euler *noun* Swiss mathematician (1707-1783)

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*[crater]* Euler`s rim is surrounded by a low rampart, and contain some slight terracing and slumped features on the irregular inner wall surface. In the middle of the small interior floor is a low central peak that formed from the rebound subsequent to the impact. The crater has a minor system of rays that extend for a distance of 200 kilome...

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*[programming language]* Euler is a programming language created by Niklaus Wirth and Helmut Weber, conceived as an extension and generalization of ALGOL 60. The designers` goal was to create a language: ==Overview== Euler employs a general type concept. In Euler, arrays, procedures, and switches are not quantities which are declared and name...

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*[software]* Euler (now Euler Mathematical Toolbox or EuMathT) is a free and open-source numerical software package. It contains a matrix language, a graphical notebook style interface, and a plot window. Euler is designed for higher level math such as calculus, optimization, and statistics. The software can handle real, complex and interval ...

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*n]* - Swiss mathematician (1707-1783)

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