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Java example source code file (DifferentiableMultivariateFunction.java)

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package org.apache.commons.math3.analysis;

 * Extension of {@link MultivariateFunction} representing a differentiable
 * multivariate real function.
 * @since 2.0
 * @deprecated as of 3.1 replaced by {@link org.apache.commons.math3.analysis.differentiation.MultivariateDifferentiableFunction}
public interface DifferentiableMultivariateFunction extends MultivariateFunction {

     * Returns the partial derivative of the function with respect to a point coordinate.
     * <p>
     * The partial derivative is defined with respect to point coordinate
     * x<sub>k. If the partial derivatives with respect to all coordinates are
     * needed, it may be more efficient to use the {@link #gradient()} method which will
     * compute them all at once.
     * </p>
     * @param k index of the coordinate with respect to which the partial
     * derivative is computed
     * @return the partial derivative function with respect to k<sup>th point coordinate
    MultivariateFunction partialDerivative(int k);

     * Returns the gradient function.
     * <p>If only one partial derivative with respect to a specific coordinate is
     * needed, it may be more efficient to use the {@link #partialDerivative(int)} method
     * which will compute only the specified component.</p>
     * @return the gradient function
    MultivariateVectorFunction gradient();


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