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Mathe, Herve: Valuing People to Create Value
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Erscheinungsdatum: 18.10.2011, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Valuing People to Create Value, Titelzusatz: An Innovative Approach to Leveraging Motivation at Work, Autor: Mathe, Herve // Pavie, Xavier // O'Keeffe, Marwyn, Verlag: World Scientific Publishing Company, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Marketing // General, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Werbung, Marketing, Seiten: 210, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 464 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Philosophy and the Origin and Evolution of the ...
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It has often been noted that a kind of double dynamics char- terizes the development of science. On the one hand the progress in every discipline appears as the consequence of an increasing specialization, implying the restriction of the inquiry to very partial fields or aspects of a given domain. On the other hand, an opposite (but one might better say a complementary) trend points towards the construction of theoretical frameworks of great ge- rality, the aim of which seems to correspond not so much to the need of providing "explanations" for the details accumulated through partial investigation, as to the desire of attaining an - rizon of global comprehension of the whole field. This intell- tual dialectics is perceivable in every discipline, from mathe- tics, to physics, to biology, to history, to economics, to sociology, and it is not difficult to recognize there the presence of the two main attitudes according to which human beings try to make "intelligible" the world surrounding them (including themselves), attitudes which are sometimes called analysis and synthesis. They correspond respectively to the spontaneous inclination which pushes us to try to understand things by seeing "how they are made", in the sense of "looking into them" and breaking them into their constitutive parts, or rather to encompass things in a global picture, where they are accounted for as occupying a place, or playing a role, which are understandable from the point of view of the whole.

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Excursions into Combinatorial Geometry
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Geometry undoubtedly plays a central role in modern mathematics. And it is not only a physiological fact that 80 % of the information obtained by a human is absorbed through the eyes. It is easier to grasp mathematical con cepts and ideas visually than merely to read written symbols and formulae. Without a clear geometric perception of an analytical mathematical problem our intuitive understanding is restricted, while a geometric interpretation points us towards ways of investigation. Minkowski's convexity theory (including support functions, mixed volu mes, finite-dimensional normed spaces etc.) was considered by several mathe maticians to be an excellent and elegant, but useless mathematical device. Nearly a century later, geometric convexity became one of the major tools of modern applied mathematics. Researchers in functional analysis, mathe matical economics, optimization, game theory and many other branches of our field try to gain a clear geometric idea, before they start to work with formulae, integrals, inequalities and so on. For examples in this direction, we refer to [MalJ and [B-M 2J. Combinatorial geometry emerged this century. Its major lines of investi gation, results and methods were developed in the last decades, based on seminal contributions by O. Helly, K. Borsuk, P. Erdos, H. Hadwiger, L. Fe jes T6th, V. Klee, B. Griinbaum and many other excellent mathematicians.

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Dynamic Programming of Economic Decisions
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Dynamic Programming is the analysis of multistage decision in the sequential mode. It is now widely recognized as a tool of great versatility and power, and is applied to an increasing extent in all phases of economic analysis, operations research, technology, and also in mathematical theory itself. In economics and operations research its impact may someday rival that of linear programming. The importance of this field is made apparent through a growing number of publications. Foremost among these is the pioneering work of Bellman. It was he who originated the basic ideas, formulated the principle of optimality, recognized its power, coined the terminology, and developed many of the present applications. Since then mathe maticians, statisticians, operations researchers, and economists have come in, laying more rigorous foundations [KARLIN, BLACKWELL], and developing in depth such application as to the control of stochastic processes [HoWARD, JEWELL]. The field of inventory control has almost split off as an independent branch of Dynamic Programming on which a great deal of effort has been expended [ARRoW, KARLIN, SCARF], [WIDTIN] , [WAGNER]. Dynamic Programming is also playing an in creasing role in modem mathematical control theory [BELLMAN, Adap tive Control Processes (1961)]. Some of the most exciting work is going on in adaptive programming which is closely related to sequential statistical analysis, particularly in its Bayesian form. In this monograph the reader is introduced to the basic ideas of Dynamic Programming.

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Optimal Control Theory and its Applications
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This work (in two parts), Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathe matical Systems, Volume 105 and 106, constitutes the Proceedings of the Fourteenth Biennual Seminar of the Canadian Mathematical Congress, which was held from August 12 to August 25, 1973 at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. The Canadian Mathematical Congr~ss has held Biennual Seminars since 1947, and these have covered a wide range of topics. The Seminar reported in this publication was concerned with 'Optimal Control Theory and its Applications', a subject chosen for its active ~rowth and its wide implications for other fields. Both these aspects are exemplified in these Proceedings. Some lectures provided excellent surveys of particular fields whereas others concentrated on the presentation of new results. There were six distinguished Principal Lecturers: H.T. Banks, A.R. Dobell, H. Halkin, J.L. Lions, R.M. Thrall and W.M. Wonham, all of whom gave five to ten lectures during the two weeks of the Seminar. Except for Dr. Dobell's, these will all be found in Volume 105. Besides the Principal Lecturers there were three Guest Lecturers: M.C. Delfour, V. Jurdjevic and S.P. Sethi, who presented substantial bodies of material in two or three lectures and which are included in Volnme 106. Many of the participants also spoke and reports of most of these have also been included (Volume 106).

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Excursions into Combinatorial Geometry
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Geometry undoubtedly plays a central role in modern mathematics. And it is not only a physiological fact that 80 % of the information obtained by a human is absorbed through the eyes. It is easier to grasp mathematical con cepts and ideas visually than merely to read written symbols and formulae. Without a clear geometric perception of an analytical mathematical problem our intuitive understanding is restricted, while a geometric interpretation points us towards ways of investigation. Minkowski's convexity theory (including support functions, mixed volu mes, finite-dimensional normed spaces etc.) was considered by several mathe maticians to be an excellent and elegant, but useless mathematical device. Nearly a century later, geometric convexity became one of the major tools of modern applied mathematics. Researchers in functional analysis, mathe matical economics, optimization, game theory and many other branches of our field try to gain a clear geometric idea, before they start to work with formulae, integrals, inequalities and so on. For examples in this direction, we refer to [MalJ and [B-M 2J. Combinatorial geometry emerged this century. Its major lines of investi gation, results and methods were developed in the last decades, based on seminal contributions by O. Helly, K. Borsuk, P. Erdos, H. Hadwiger, L. Fe jes T6th, V. Klee, B. Griinbaum and many other excellent mathematicians.

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Excursions into Combinatorial Geometry
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Geometry undoubtedly plays a central role in modern mathematics. And it is not only a physiological fact that 80 % of the information obtained by a human is absorbed through the eyes. It is easier to grasp mathematical con cepts and ideas visually than merely to read written symbols and formulae. Without a clear geometric perception of an analytical mathematical problem our intuitive understanding is restricted, while a geometric interpretation points us towards ways of investigation. Minkowski's convexity theory (including support functions, mixed volu mes, finite-dimensional normed spaces etc.) was considered by several mathe maticians to be an excellent and elegant, but useless mathematical device. Nearly a century later, geometric convexity became one of the major tools of modern applied mathematics. Researchers in functional analysis, mathe matical economics, optimization, game theory and many other branches of our field try to gain a clear geometric idea, before they start to work with formulae, integrals, inequalities and so on. For examples in this direction, we refer to [MalJ and [B-M 2J. Combinatorial geometry emerged this century. Its major lines of investi gation, results and methods were developed in the last decades, based on seminal contributions by O. Helly, K. Borsuk, P. Erdos, H. Hadwiger, L. Fe jes T6th, V. Klee, B. Griinbaum and many other excellent mathematicians.

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The Cauchy Method of Residues
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Growing specialization and diversification have brought a host of monographs and textbooks on increasingly specialized topics. However, the 'tree' of knowledge of mathematics and related fields does not' grow only by putting forth new branches. It also happens, quite often in fact, that branches which were thought to be completely disparate are suddenly seen to be related. Further, the kind and level of sophistication of mathematics applied in various sciences has changed drastically in recent years: measure theory is used (non-trivially) in regional and theoretical economics; algebraic geometry interacts with physics; the Minkowsky lemma, coding theory arid the struc ture of water meet one another in packing and covering theory; quantum fields, crystal defects and mathematical programming profit from homotopy theory; lie algebras are relevant to filtering; and prediction and electrical engineering can use Stein spaces. And in addition to this there are such new emerging subdisciplines as 'completely integrable systems', 'chaos, synergetics and large-5cale order', which are almost impossible to fit into the existing classification schemes. They draw upon widely different sections of mathematics. This program, Mathematics and Its Applications, is devoted to such (new) interrelations as exampla gratia: - a central concept which plays an important role in several different mathe matical and/or scientific specialized areas; - new applications of the results and ideas from one area of scientific en deavor into another; - influences which the results, problems and concepts of one field of enquiry have and have had on the development of another.

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Optimal Control Theory and its Applications
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This work (in two parts), Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathe matical Systems, Volume 105 and 106, constitutes the Proceedings of the Fourteenth Biennual Seminar of the Canadian Mathematical Congress, which was held from August 12 to August 25, 1973 at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. The Canadian Mathematical Congr~ss has held Biennual Seminars since 1947, and these have covered a wide range of topics. The Seminar reported in this publication was concerned with 'Optimal Control Theory and its Applications', a subject chosen for its active ~rowth and its wide implications for other fields. Both these aspects are exemplified in these Proceedings. Some lectures provided excellent surveys of particular fields whereas others concentrated on the presentation of new results. There were six distinguished Principal Lecturers: H.T. Banks, A.R. Dobell, H. Halkin, J.L. Lions, R.M. Thrall and W.M. Wonham, all of whom gave five to ten lectures during the two weeks of the Seminar. Except for Dr. Dobell's, these will all be found in Volume 105. Besides the Principal Lecturers there were three Guest Lecturers: M.C. Delfour, V. Jurdjevic and S.P. Sethi, who presented substantial bodies of material in two or three lectures and which are included in Volnme 106. Many of the participants also spoke and reports of most of these have also been included (Volume 106).

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