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What does H stand for?

H stands for Hamiltonian (aka Hamilton; mathematics; named for William Rowan Hamilton)

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This edition is about 25% longer, with new sections on fast transforms, fast methods for circulant systems and discrete Poisson systems, Hamiltonian and product eigenvalue problems, and other matters.
For a graph G to be k-cyclic Hamiltonian, We call such an integer k as a cyclic hamiltonian generator of G, or G as cyclic hamiltonian graph generated by k.
This structure having no nondegeneracy requirement becomes the basic underlying geometry to study noncanonical Hamilton's equations on odd dimensional manifolds as well as the Hamiltonian structures of non-linear evolution equations [35,36,42].
Steve Smith, the comedian known for his character Red Green, broadcasters Dan Mclean and Connie Smith, former mayor Robert Morrow and businessman Mark Chamberlain will join McPherson as this year's inductees, bringing the total number of distinguished Hamiltonians to 152.