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Our titles in Mathematics at Cambridge Scholars Publishing focus primarily on the theorisation and application of pure mathematical formulae and equations, with a number of titles analysing geometry, logic, and mathematical programming. A growing subset of books also consider questions of statistics and probability, and the collection as a whole will be essential reading for mathematicians at any stage of their career, academic or otherwise.

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Mathematical Modeling of the Blast Furnace Process

This book presents the results of extensive research on the mathematical modelling of the blast furnace process. It describes the mathematical models utilised, providing insights into two-dimensional models of gas dynamics, heat transfer and reduction, the cohesion zone, and the balance equilibrium model. On the basis of these mode...

Methods and Tools for Simulation and Quality Control of Design and Production of Microwave Devices

The book deals with the design and quality control of microwave devices using simulation and measurement methods. It describes principles for designing simulators of microwave amplifiers and oscillators that provide simulation modeling of these devices in accordance with the technical specifications for their design. In addition, i...

Semirings as Building Blocks in Cryptography

Semirings as an algebraic structure have been known since 1934, but remained unapplied for mathematical purposes for a long time. It has only been in the past decade that they have been used in cryptography. The advantage of (additively) idempotent semirings is that the additive operation does not have an inverse, which can help in...

New Trends in Analysis and Geometry

This unique mathematical volume brings together geometers, analysts, differential equations specialists and graph-theorists to provide a glimpse on recent mathematical trends whose commonalities have hitherto remained, for the most part, unnoticed. The applied mathematician will be pleasantly surprised with the interpretation of a ...

Kindergarten of Fractional Calculus

This book presents a simplified deliberation of fractional calculus, which will appeal not only to beginners, but also to various applied science mathematicians and engineering researchers. The text develops the ideas behind this new field of mathematics, beginning at the most elementary level, before discussing its actual applicat...

The Dynamic Morse Theory of Control Systems

This book provides insights into the dynamics of control systems with the integration of conceptions such as stability, controllability, attraction, and chain transitivity. It highlights the importance of Morse theory with its feature of describing the global dynamics of systems, presented here for the first time in control theory....

Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity

This book takes a historical approach to Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity and shows the importance that geometry has to the theory. Starting from simpler and more general considerations, it goes on to detail the latest developments in the field and considers several cutting-edge research areas. It discusses Einstein’s theory...

Recent Advances of the Russian Operations Research Society

This collection of articles highlights the most interesting new results from the IX Moscow International Operations Research Conference, the largest Russian meeting in this field, held every three years for leading experts. These papers will interest researchers and organizations specialized in OR, Game Theory, System Analysis, Mac...

Synthesis of Adequate Mathematical Description of Physical Processes

For effective use of the results of computational calculations, it is necessary that the computational schemes used correspond to real physical processes, so that the schemes are adequate. The issue of adequacy is currently poorly understood and there are also no generally accepted criteria of adequacy.This book is the first to add...

A First Course in Mathematical Economics

The book studies a set of mathematical tools and techniques most necessary for undergraduate economics majors as they transition from largely non-technical first-year principles courses into calculus-based upper-level courses in economics. The book’s presentation style places more emphasis on the intuition underlying the mathematic...

Reliability of Stochastic Stress-Strength Models

This volume explores the reliability of time-dependent models using a variety of different concepts and techniques it details. It will be useful for research-level courses in statistics, applied mathematics, and operations research. The book will also be of interest to researchers requiring knowledge of applied probability and appl...

Theory and Methods of Vector Optimization (Volume One)

This first volume presents the theory and methods of solving vector optimization problems, using initial definitions that include axioms and the optimality principle. This book proves, mathematically, that the result it presents for the solution of the vector (multi-criteria) problem is the optimal outcome, and, as such, solves the...
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