... here's a short page in wikipedia about something called: Multivariate_calculus

...with a link at BOP to a pageful of links to subjects.

Just btw.

P.S. the term "multivariate" hasn't appeared yet, I thought.

P.P.S. Einstein had a hard time with tensor calculus.

Oh yeah, multivariate calculus covers stochastic processes, like Markov chains and algorithms with linear and non-linear 'functionality'.

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...with a link at BOP to a pageful of links to subjects.

Just btw.

P.S. the term "multivariate" hasn't appeared yet, I thought.

P.P.S. Einstein had a hard time with tensor calculus.

Oh yeah, multivariate calculus covers stochastic processes, like Markov chains and algorithms with linear and non-linear 'functionality'.

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*Hamiltonian*is the algorithm or program, that a real system**computes**, in terms of vectors and scalars that interact in some space (a probability space, for some processes) or*field*(or on some, or between two or more*surfaces*).
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