Conditions on the Use of the One-dimensional Heat Equation
|Abstract||This paper explores the conditions under which scientists are warranted in adding the one-dimensional heat equation to their theories and then using the equation to describe particular physical situations. Summarizing these derivation and application conditions motivates an account of idealized scientiﬁc representation that relates the use of mathematics in science to interpretative questions about scientiﬁc theories|
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