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By Arthur L. Baker

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those that are looking to take in this just a little complex topic, and who've been repelled through the bigger works of overseas writers, may be comfortable to pay money for Professor Baker's paintings, who's, incidentally, the professor of arithmetic within the Stevens university of the Stevens Institute of expertise, Hoboken, N.J., and who was once previously attached with the clinical division of Lafayette university, Easton. Penn.

Professor Baker doesn't faux to have contributed whatever to the equipment of remedy, yet he has aimed toward smoothing the line to this more and more very important department of arithmetic, and of placing within sight of the English scholar a tolerably whole define of the topic, clothed in basic mathematical language and techniques.

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U = 0, l’´equation Ensuite on remarque que δ u ∈ Tu S n−1 est ´equivalent a` u pr´ec´edente devenant alors : ¯ ⇒ (δ q, δ u) ∈ ker d (δy). 56) On utilise maintenant le th´eor`eme des multiplicateurs de Lagrange : ´ore `me. (Lagrange) Soit A : E − The → F et B : E − → G deux op´erateurs lin´eaires si ker A ⊂ ker B alors il existe C : F − → G, lin´eaire, tel que B = CA. Cela nous permet d’´ecrire : δy = (δq, δu) ∈ ker d ⇒ ∃α ∈ R : δq = αu, δu = 0. 57) est engendr´e par le champ de ξ(q, u) = (u, 0).

Examinons maintenant sur quelques exemples ce que nous donne cette construction. ´riel) Revenons au point mat´eriel de masse m, Q = Exemple. (Le point mate 3 R × R . Dans les variables (t, r, v) ∈ R × R3 × R3 , le lagrangien L vaut : L= mv 2 − U. 44) Il induit sur T Q le lagrangien : l= mr˙ 2 ˙ − U t, 2t˙ q = (t, r) ∈ Q, ˙ r) q˙ = (t, ˙ ∈ Tq Q, t˙ = 0. 45) L’application (q, q) ˙ → p est donn´ee par : (q, q) ˙ →p= − mr˙ 2 −U 2t˙2 mr˙ . 46) 62 ´ CHAPITRE III. 47) et s’identifie avec R × T R3 en faisant t˙ = 1 ; la forme de Cartan devient : Y = mv · dr − hdt avec h= mv 2 + U.

9) Ainsi, le principe du calcul des variations consiste a` s´electionner, selon un principe d’extremum, les mouvement r´eels de la particule, parmi tous ses mouvements virtuels, c’est-`a-dire tous les chemins possibles t → r. Remarque. Telle quelle cette construction n’a que peu d’int´erˆet, sinon celui d’offrir un principe — que l’on peut appr´ecier diversement — aux lois de la m´ecanique newtonienne. Math´ematiquement parlant, le passage des ´equations de Newton aux ´equations aux variations de d’Alembert–Lagrange n’offre aucun int´erˆet, le probl`eme restant inchang´e et la difficult´e identique.

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