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Klamkin M.S. — Problems in applied mathematics: selections from SIAM review
Klamkin M.S. — Problems in applied mathematics: selections from SIAM review

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Название: Problems in applied mathematics: selections from SIAM review

Автор: Klamkin M.S.

Аннотация:

People in all walks of life — and perhaps mathematicians especially — delight in working on problems for the sheer pleasure of meeting a challenge. The problem section of SIAM Review has always provided such a challenge for mathematicians. The section was started to offer classroom instructors and their students as well as other interested problemists, a set of problems — solved or unsolved — illustrating various applications of mathematics. In many cases the unsolved problems were eventually solved. Problems in Applied Mathematics is a compilation of 380 of SIAM Review's most interesting problems dating back to the journal's inception in 1959.

The problems are classified into 22 broad categories including Series, Special Functions, Integrals, Polynomials, Probability, Combinatorics, Matrices and Determinants, Optimization, Inequalities, Ordinary Differential Equations, Boundary Value Problems, Asymptotics and Approximations, Mechanics, Graph Theory, and Geometry.



Язык: en

Рубрика: Математика/

Статус предметного указателя: Нет и не будет

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Год издания: 1987

Количество страниц: 615

Добавлена в каталог: 08.02.2014

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