



Diagrammatic Reasoning in AI
This book is really the end product of over a decade of work, on and off, on
diagrammatic reasoning in artificial intelligence (AI). In developing this book, I
drew inspiration from a variety of sources: two experimental studies, the development
of two prototype systems, an extensive literature review and analysis in
AI,...   Restricted Kalman Filtering: Theory, Methods, and Application (SpringerBriefs in Statistics)
In this book, I highlight the developments in Kalman filtering subject to general linear constraints. Essentially, the material to be presented is almost entirely based on the results and examples originally developed in Pizzinga et al. (2008a), Cerqueira et al. (2009), Pizzinga (2009, 2010), Souza et al. (2011), Pizzinga et al. (2011), and...   


Mathematics of Economics and BusinessToday, 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...   A Networking Approach to Grid ComputingIn February 1974 this author, as a math major at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, (co)invented a now wellrooted but computationally complex concept of “hyperperfect numbers” and he used an early form of grid computing—also known as utility computing—to study this concept (see pages 83 and 86). His...   Macroeconomics
We wrote the first edition of this textbook in the firm belief that there was scope for a
different approach to teaching students macroeconomics. This approach is one that
pays great attention to realworld data and actual events and also reflects a belief that
both economic models and current research could be made accessible to... 

Currencies, Commodities and Consumption
Currency values, prices, consumption and incomes are at the heart of the economic performance of all countries. In order to make a meaningful comparison between one economy and another, economists routinely make use of purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rates, but while PPP rates are widely used and well understood, they take a lot of...   Macroeconomics (3rd Edition)
“Both studentfriendly and engaging. Certainly not dull!”—Prof. Dr. Gerard H. Kuper, Universiteit Groningen, the Netherlands ...   Recursive Methods in Economic DynamicsA magnificent work that is bound to have immense influence on the ways economists think about dynamic systems for many years to come. My own guess is that this book will eventually acquire the stature, say, of Hicks's Value and Capital or Samuelson's Foundations. Thomas J. Sargent, Hoover Institution
The... 


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