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By **N. Jacobson**

June 01, 1971

This volume presents a set of models for the exceptional Lie algebras over algebraically closed fieldsof characteristic O and over the field of real numbers. The models given are based on the algebras ofCayley numbers (octonions) and on exceptional Jordan algebras. They are also valid ...

Edited By **Robert L. Sternberg, Anthony J. Kalinowski, John S. Papadakis**

June 01, 1980

In this volume are twenty-eight papers from the Conference on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equationsin Engineering and Applied Science, sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and held at the Universityof Rhode Island in June, 1979. Included are contributions from an international group of ...

Edited By **Giorgio Talenti, Edoardo Vesentini, Paolo Marcellini**

January 16, 1996

Written as a tribute to the mathematician Carlo Pucci on the occasion of his 70th birthday, this is a collection of authoritative contributions from over 45 internationally acclaimed experts in the field of partial differential equations. Papers discuss a variety of topics such as problems where a ...

By **Michael Gil'**

June 07, 2017

One of the most important problems in the theory of entire functions is the distribution of the zeros of entire functions. Localization and Perturbation of Zeros of Entire Functions is the first book to provide a systematic exposition of the bounds for the zeros of entire functions and variations ...

By **Sandor Szabo, Arthur D. Sands**

January 21, 2009

Decomposing an abelian group into a direct sum of its subsets leads to results that can be applied to a variety of areas, such as number theory, geometry of tilings, coding theory, cryptography, graph theory, and Fourier analysis. Focusing mainly on cyclic groups, Factoring Groups into Subsets ...

By **Fred Van Oystaeyen**

November 15, 2007

Intrinsically noncommutative spaces today are considered from the perspective of several branches of modern physics, including quantum gravity, string theory, and statistical physics. From this point of view, it is ideal to devise a concept of space and its geometry that is fundamentally ...

Edited By **Roland Glowinski, Jean-Paul Zolesio**

June 06, 2007

Addressing algebraic problems found in biomathematics and energy, Free and Moving Boundaries: Analysis, Simulation and Control discusses moving boundary and boundary control in systems described by partial differential equations (PDEs). With contributions from international experts, the book ...

Edited By **Irena Peeva**

March 20, 2007

Hilbert functions and resolutions are both central objects in commutative algebra and fruitful tools in the fields of algebraic geometry, combinatorics, commutative algebra, and computational algebra. Spurred by recent research in this area, Syzygies and Hilbert Functions explores fresh ...

By **Vladimir Burd**

March 19, 2007

In recent years, mathematicians have detailed simpler proofs of known theorems, have identified new applications of the method of averaging, and have obtained many new results of these applications. Encompassing these novel aspects, Method of Averaging of the Infinite Interval: Theory and ...

By **Susumu Oda, Ken-ichi Yoshida**

March 05, 2007

Although there are many types of ring extensions, simple extensions have yet to be thoroughly explored in one book. Covering an understudied aspect of commutative algebra, Simple Extensions with the Minimum Degree Relations of Integral Domains presents a comprehensive treatment of various simple ...

Edited By **John Cannon, Bhimsen Shivamoggi**

June 15, 2006

Although the current dynamical system approach offers several important insights into the turbulence problem, issues still remain that present challenges to conventional methodologies and concepts. These challenges call for the advancement and application of new physical concepts, mathematical ...

Edited By **Angelo Favini, Alfredo Lorenzi**

June 09, 2006

With contributions from some of the leading authorities in the field, the work in Differential Equations: Inverse and Direct Problems stimulates the preparation of new research results and offers exciting possibilities not only in the future of mathematics but also in physics, engineering, ...