Integral theorem

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Integral theorem is part of the name of certain mathematical theorems that contain an integral in their statement .

The term classical integral theorems of be Gauss , the set of Green , the Stokes' theorem and some of its special cases summarized. These theorems of vector analysis are closely related: Stokes' integral theorem includes the other two theorems as special cases.

In addition to the classic integral clauses, there are other clauses, which are briefly referred to as integral clauses. These include, for example, Cauchy's integral theorem , which is a central result of function theory .

Individual evidence

  1. Harro Heuser: Textbook of Analysis - Part 2 . 5th edition, Teubner 1990, ISBN 3-519-42222-0 , p. 495.