# An introduction to the study of wave mechanics by Louis De Broglie

By Louis De Broglie

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86) is a set of antisymmetric eigenvalues k0A, k1A, k2A, . . 86) is not easy, because the parameters p and q are also dependent on the wavenumber. These equations can be analysed as relationships ω(k) or c(ω) describing dispersion curves, where ω is the angular frequency and c is the phase velocity. 86). These solutions can be real, imaginary or complex. However, in the case of the nonloaded plate problem it is sufﬁcient to consider real wavenumber k values only. 92) is presented below [4]: P1: TIX/XYZ JWST119-c01 P2: ABC JWST119-Ostachowicz December 1, 2011 9:37 Introduction to the Theory of Elastic Waves Printer Name: Yet to Come 27 1.

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1) Accuracy or error of this approximation Rn (x, a ) can be expressed in the form of the Lagrange residual: Rn (x, a ) = (x − a )n+1 (n+1) f (ξ ), (n + 1)! 3) In the general case of an approximating function f (x) one can consider a class of certain base functions { pn (x)}(n = 0, 1, 2, . ), which are polynomials, or a class of periodic functions, which can be trigonometric functions {sin(nx), cos(nx)}(n = 0, 1, 2, . ). There are also other classes of base functions, which can be useful in speciﬁc approximation cases, for example rational functions, exponential functions [1, 5] and so on.