Delta Function. From MathWorld -- A Wolfram Web Resource. The delta function is a generalized function that can be defined as the limit of a class of delta sequences. The delta function is sometimes called ”Dirac’s delta function” or the ”impulse symbol” (Bracewell 1999). It is implemented in the Wolfram Language as DiracDelta[x].
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