Appell's equation of motion

In classical mechanics, Appell's equation of motion (aka the Gibbs–Appell equation of motion) is an alternative general formulation of classical mechanics described by Josiah Willard Gibbs in 1879[1] and Paul Émile Appell in 1900.[2]

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