Modeling and Differential Equations in Biology
Semisimple Lie Algebras
Decomposition and Dimension in Module Categories
Homogeneous Banach Algebras
Characterization of C(x) among its Subalgebras
By T. A. Burton
September 01, 1980
This book describes how stability theory of differential equations is used in the modeling of microbial competition, predator-prey systems, humoral immune response, and dose and cell-cycle effects in radiotherapy, among other areas that involve population biology, and mathematical ecology....
By Pan-Tai Liu, Emilio O. Roxin
April 01, 1979
This book is based on the Third Kingston Conference on Differential Games and Control Theory held at the University of Rhode Island June 5-8, 1978. It deals with deterministic systems and stochastic systems, and is helpful for the researchers in applied mathematics....
May 01, 1978
This book provides an account of part of the theory of Lie algebras most relevant to Lie groups. It discusses the basic theory of Lie algebras, including the classification of complex semisimple Lie algebras, and the Levi, Cartan and Iwasawa decompositions....
By Jonathan S. Golan
September 01, 1977
This book examines the notions of dimension and decomposition for module categories. It discusses some basic properties of quasidecomposition functions and the complete lattice of all quasidecomposition functions taking values in a fixed given lattice....
March 01, 1977
This book examines some aspects of homogeneous Banach algebras and related topics to illustrate various methods used in several classes of group algebras. It guides the reader toward some of the problems in harmonic analysis such as the problems of factorizations and closed subalgebras....
September 01, 1974
Since the appearance of Banach algebra theory, the interaction between the theories ofBanach algebras with involution and that of bounded linear operators on a Hilbert space hasbeen extensively developed. The connections of Banach algebras with the theory ofbounded linear operators on a Hilbert ...
By R. B. Burckel
October 01, 1972
This book presents a detailed account of some results about subalgebras of C(X), which carry a Banach algebra norm. It is intended for students who have had a standard graduate real-variable course and be acquainted with a few odds and ends of functional analysis and complex-variables....