## What is/are Real Coefficients?

Real Coefficients - The dispersion relation is explicitly established like a fifth degree algebraic equation with real coefficients and hence it always allows some real roots, thus predicting existence of some standing waves.^{[1]}Presented is a very detailed two-tier analysis of the location of the real roots of the general quartic equation $$x^4 + a x^3 + b x^2 + c x + d = 0$$ x 4 + a x 3 + b x 2 + c x + d = 0 with real coefficients and the classification of the roots in terms of a, b, c, and d, without using any numerical approximations.

^{[2]}In this case, it refers to generic rational functions stating that a generic rational function $ R : \mathbb{C}\mathbb{P}^1 \rightarrow \mathbb{C}\mathbb{P}^1$ with only real critical points can be transformed by post-composition with an automorphism of $\mathbb{C}\mathbb{P}^1$ into a quotient of polynomials with real coefficients.

^{[3]}Let n≥ 1 and Pn be the vector space of all polynomials of degree n or less with real coefficients.

^{[4]}In this paper, we consider two classes of analytic functions with real coefficients.

^{[5]}Thus, $\xi(s)=0$ corresponds to an algebraic equation with real coefficients and infinite degree.

^{[6]}Phase domains are described by Ginzburg-Landau amplitude equations with real coefficients.

^{[7]}Lyubashevsky about an efficient algorithm for calculating the parameter θ(f) that characterizes the value of the sup-norm of the product of elements of the ring of truncated polynomials modulo a given unitary polynomial f (x) with real coefficients.

^{[8]}It is possible to transfer the results onto the class KR(i ) of functions convex in the direction of the imaginary axis with real coefficients as well as onto the class T of typically real functions.

^{[9]}Obtained expression is explicit and it does not require any iterative calculation as it is built reposing on the analytical solution of a cubic equation of real coefficients.

^{[10]}In previous studies, a system of linear differential equations with real coefficients, but with interval forcing terms and interval initial values was investigated.

^{[11]}We provide a Sage script to do so, and extend our result to compute Euler products $\prod_{p\in\mathcal{A}}F(1/p)/G(1/p)$ where $F$ and $G$ are polynomials with real coefficients, when this product converges absolutely.

^{[12]}The initial conditions for the implementation of the former are the real coefficients of the nth degree polynomial and the signal amplitude.

^{[13]}For four masses, the homology groups for this energy range are fully determined; for arbitrary N, the homology with real coefficients is determined.

^{[14]}We identify "critical" families of scalarized black hole solutions such that the expansion of the metric functions and of the scalar field at the horizon no longer allows for real coefficients.

^{[15]}The positive semidefinite Gram matrices of a form f with real coefficients parametrize the sum-of-squares representations of f.

^{[16]}We consider symmetric second-order differential operators with real coefficients such that the corresponding differential equation is in the limit circle case at infinity.

^{[17]}A recent paper of Braverman, Cohen, and Garg (STOC 2018) introduced the concept of a weighted pseudorandom generator (WPRG), which amounts to a pseudorandom generator (PRG) whose outputs are accompanied with real coefficients that scale the acceptance probabilities of any potential distinguisher.

^{[18]}In this paper, for polynomials with real coefficients P , Q P,Q satisfying ∣ P ( x ) ∣ ≤ ∣ Q ( x ) ∣ | P\left(x)| \le | Q\left(x)| for each x x in a real interval I I , we prove the bound L ( P ) ≤ c L ( Q ) L\left(P)\le cL\left(Q) between the lengths of P P and Q Q with a constant c c , which is exponential in the degree d d of P P.

^{[19]}Networks of genetic expression can be modelled by hypergraphs with the additional structure that real coefficients are given to each vertex-edge incidence.

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## bipolar fuzzy linear

In this paper, we propose a technique to solve LR -bipolar fuzzy linear system(BFLS), LR -complex bipolar fuzzy linear (CBFL) system with real coefficients and LR -complex bipolar fuzzy linear (CBFL) system with complex coefficients of equations.^{[1]}

## Constant Real Coefficients

The stability of equilibrium states described by an autonomous system of linear differential equations with constant real coefficients is studied.^{[1]}We study the properties of complex-valued functions of a complex variable, whose real and imaginary parts satisfy a second-order skew-symmetric strongly elliptic system with constant real coefficients in the plane.

^{[2]}Second, using this best constant from the first-order complex coefficient case, we determine the best constant for Hyers–Ulam stability of second-order linear h-difference equations with constant real coefficients.

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## Positive Real Coefficients

This article manifests the long behaviour of a seventh order rational difference equation with positive real coefficients.^{[1]}Explicit equations are given for general case of summation indexes with positive real coefficients.

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