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Information Linkage Between Applied Mathematics and Industry is a collection of papers dealing with mathematics in engineering context and applications. One paper describes Chernoff faces as a technique of representing multidimensional data and compares the technique with Andrews' sine curves and Anderson's metroglyphys. Another paper investigates practical problems that can arise during implementation of the methods of parameter optimization, using as an example the trajectory of the space shuttle from liftoff to insertion into orbit. One paper analyzes Soviet foreign policy using a graphical representation of k-dimensional data as a statistical tool, written specifically for analysts in foreign policy and international relations. During the period 1964-1975, Soviet foreign policy is active in 25 Sub-Saharan African countries. Another paper discusses ballistics modeling in real time and recommends that investigators be familiar with the computer language to be used, the type of system to be applied, the type of weapon to be modeled, the accuracy required, and other existing ballistic programs. Other papers discuss probabilistic dynamic programming for fault isolation and applied mathematics, as well as engineering in the transport of Antarctic ice resources. The collection can prove valuable to mathematicians, engineers, or designers of industrial processes, computers, aviation, and space technology.
On Chernoff Faces
Graphical Representations as a Discipline
An Academic in Industry
Combinatorial Optimization: What Is the State of the Art?
Cryptographic Methods for Data Protection
Graphics: From Alpha to Omega in Data Analysis
An Engineer's View of Unsolved Problems in Constrained Optimization
Application of Graphical Multivariate Techniques in Policy Sciences
An Applied Mathematician's View of Optimization
Solution of a Nonlinear Tricomi Equation by Taylor Series
Comparison Between Two Error Estimation Procedures
A Case History in Interactive Problem-Solving
An Initial-Value Technique for the Solution of Eigenvalue Problems Associated with Two-Point Boundaries
The Numerical Evaluation of Hopf Bifurcation Formulae
Singularly Perturbed Nonlinear Robin Problems
A Mathematical Model of a Gas-Water Reservoir
Fluctuations in Systems with Multiple Steady States: Application to Lanchester Equations
Ballistics Function Modeling in Real Time Digital Computers
Solutions of Free Surface Problems Using a Rayleigh-Ritz Procedure
Lie Theory and Differential Equations
The Use of Symmetry Groups in the Representation and Interpretation of Alternative Theories of Fair Distribution
Extrapolating to the Limit of a Vector Sequence
On the Geometry of Stable Polynomials of One and Two Variables
Changes in Relative Matrix Eigenvalues
Optimum Paths in Lattice Graphs
Gauss-Seidel and Successive Over-Relaxation in Parallel Processing Mode
On the System Theoretical Description of the Video Signal Generation and the Transmission of Moving Pictures
A Matrix Method for the Construction of Multidimensional Gaussian Quadrature Formulas
PRE-Conditioning, ILL-Conditioning in a Matrix Process
Cracking a Multiplicative Congruential Encryption Algorithm
Natural Cubic Splines Are Unnatural
Solving Linear Systems of Equations
Optimally Directed Antennas
Feedbck Control of Linear Diffusion Processes
Parameter Identification for Linear Hereditary Systems via an Approximation Technique
Relaxational Methods for Large-Scale Entropy Optimization Problems, with Application in Image Reconstruction
The Use of the Distance-Neighbor Function to Select Service Centers
Two Algorithms for Shortest Paths through Multiple Criteria Networks
Practical Techniques of Optimal Smoothing, with Application to the Numerical Differentiation of Noisy Data and Smoothing of Log Spectral Density Estimates
Stochastic Operators and Dynamical Systems
Stochastic Matrices: Some Results and Applications
The Product Form Queueing Network Model in Computer System Analysis
Probabilistic Dynamic Programming for Fault Isolation
Stochastic Green's Functions and Scattering Functions
Applied Mathematics and Engineering in the Transport of Antarctic Ice Resources
Doubly Stochastic Matrices and Sequential Data Association, Part I
Further Applications of the Dynamic Data System (DDS) Approach
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- © Academic Press 1979
- 1st January 1979
- Academic Press
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