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The Scheme system is extensively documented using the Emacs info system. To get to the info system, type C-h i. If at any time in a Scheme-mode buffer you want to know the possible completions of a symbol, just type C-M-i (or M-). This will pop up an Edwin window that shows all symbols known by the system beginning with your initial segment. You may also want to know the arguments to a procedure. If the cursor is after the procedure name in an expression, you can type M-A (meta-shift-a) and a description of the arguments will appear in the Edwin command-line minibuffer (at the bottom of your Edwin window).

Html (23 of 44)8/31/2006 0:12:27 Structure and Interpretation of Classical Mechanics Lambda expression Lanczos, Cornelius Least action, principle of, see Principle of stationary action Legendre, Adrien Marie, see Legendre... Legendre polynomials Legendre-transform Legendre transformation active arguments in passive arguments in of quadratic functions Leibniz, Gottfried let Libration of the Moon, [2], [3] Lie derivative commutator for Lie transform and operator L H Lie series computing for central field for harmonic oscillator in perturbation theory Lie-transform Lie transforms advantage of composition of computing exponential identities for finding normal modes Lie derivative and in perturbation theory Lie, Sophus, see Lie...

Html (24 of 44)8/31/2006 0:12:27 Structure and Interpretation of Classical Mechanics nonlinear stability and of equilibria of fixed points of inverted equilibrium of pendulum Linear transformations as tuples linear-interpolants Liouville equation Liouville's theorem from canonical transformation Liouville, Joseph, see Liouville... html (25 of 44)8/31/2006 0:12:27 Structure and Interpretation of Classical Mechanics MacCullagh's formula make-path, [2] Manifold differentiable stable and unstable Map area-preserving Chirikov-Taylor fixed points of, see also Fixed points Hénon's quadratic Poincaré representation in programs standard symplectic twist Mars, see Phobos Mass point, see Point mass Mathematical notation, see Notation Mather, John N.

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