Quantum Variational Calculus
This Brief puts together two subjects, quantum and variational calculi by considering variational problems involving Hahn quantum operators. The main advantage of its results is that they are able to deal with nondifferentiable (even discontinuous) functions, which are important in applications.
Possible applications in...
Macroeconomics (Available Titles Coursemate)
Economics is global and the Eighth Edition of MACROECONOMICS maintains the hallmarks of the Boyes/Melvin series--accessible writing, strong pedagogy, and integration of global economic issues--while faithfully presenting the latest thinking of economists on important macroeconomic phenomena. The authors have carefully integrated their popular...
Electrical Engineer's Reference Book, Sixteenth Edition
For ease of use, this edition has been divided into the following subject sections: general principles; materials and processes; control, power electronics and drives; environment; power generation; transmission and distribution; power systems; sectors of electricity use.
New chapters and major revisions include: industrial...
Mathematics of Economics and Business Today, a firm understanding of mathematics is essential for any serious student of economics. Students of economics need nowadays several important mathematical tools. These include calculus for functions of one or several variables as well as a basic understanding of optimization with and without constraints, e.g. linear programming plays an... High Performance Data Network Design (IDC Technology) The proliferation and complexity of data networks today is challenging our ability to design and manage them effectively. A new generation of Internet, e-commerce, and multimedia applications has changed traditional assumptions on traffic dynamics, and demands tight quality of service and security guarantees. These issues, combined with the... Algorithms Sequential & Parallel: A Unified Approach
Effective computing requires the design, analysis, implementation, and evaluation
of algorithms to solve problems of interest. Computational problems come from
a wide variety of areas including science, engineering, business, athletics, architecture,
medicine, management, economics, psychology, anthropology, and entertainment,
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