L. V. Kantorovich: Essays in Optimal Planning
International Arts and Sciences Press, 1976 - Počet stran: 251
These volumes explore the mathematical work of this distinguished Russian thinker, with particular emphasis on his contribution to set theory and methods of mathematical approximation. It discusses his work on Functional Analysis, dealing with approximate calculation of certain types of definite integrals, and also a method for the approximate solution of partial differential equations. This is a useful reference for anyone interested the origin of a number of important mathematical ideas. Said to be the founding father of mathematical programming, Kantorovich was a true polymath, whose mathematical work had applications across a very broad field of subjects, particularly economics.
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