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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 Descriptions 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...

MATLAB and SIMULINK (A Basic Understanding for Engineers)

MATLAB is a computer-based system designed primarily to assist the academic, research and industrial communities in solving complex technical problems. It is one of the leading software packages for carrying out programming and numerical computations. SIMULINK (Simulation and Link) is a tool integrated within MATLAB to facilitate h...

A Mathematician’s Search for Technologies of Understanding the Universe

This book details the academic life of a mathematics researcher and nanotechnologist searching for modern technologies that can establish the survival of man in the universe. It discusses the struggles of academics to defend the scientific truth against the power and the interests of the wealthy. In doing so, it also considers dive...

An Existentialist Theory of the Human Spirit (Volume 2)

This second volume examines how sexual mores and behavior, religious dogma and practice, and literary creativity and authenticity have influenced and been influenced by the existentialist thought of Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Sartre, Nietzsche, Husserl and Buber, and the writings of Camus, Dostoevsky, Beckett, Shestov, Berdyaev and Ti...

Experiences in the Biocontinuum

The central question in the biological sciences for the past 100 years has concerned an understanding of how living systems differ from other general physical phenomena and what makes these systems unique. With new developments in the fields of nonequilibrium thermodynamics, systems theory, chaos, and information theory over the pa...

Human–Robot Interaction

This book introduces state-of-the-art technologies in the field of human-robot interactions. It details advances made in this field in recent decades, including dynamics, controls, design analysis, uncertainties, and modelling. The text will appeal to graduate students, practitioners and researchers in the fields of robotics, compu...
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