Lagrangian function

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From Joseph Louis Lagrange, French mathematician and astronomer.

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Lagrangian function (plural Lagrangian functions)

  1. (mathematics) a function of the generalized coordinates and velocities of a dynamic system from which Lagrange's equations may be derived

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