By Peter Bullen P. S. Bullen
The literature on inequalities is vast-in contemporary years the variety of papers in addition to the variety of journals dedicated to the topic have elevated dramatically. At top, finding a selected inequality in the literature could be a bulky activity. A Dictionary of Inequalities ends the quandary of the place to show to discover a outcome, a similar inequality, or the references to the knowledge you would like. It presents a concise, alphabetical directory of every inequality-by its universal identify or its subject-with a brief assertion of the end result, a few reviews, references to comparable inequalities, and an inventory of resources for extra info. the writer makes use of in simple terms the main hassle-free of mathematical terminology and doesn't supply proofs, hence making an curiosity in inequalities the single prerequisite for utilizing the text.The writer makes a speciality of intuitive, actual sorts of inequalities instead of their such a lot basic models, and keeps the sweetness and significance of unique models instead of directory their later, summary varieties. He provides every one in its easiest shape with different renditions, corresponding to for advanced numbers and vectors, as extensions or less than varied headings. He has stored the publication to a extra workable dimension by means of omitting inequalities in areas-such as straightforward geometric and trigonometric inequalities-rarely used outdoors their fields.The outcome is a present, concise, reference that places the basic effects on inequalities inside effortless achieve. A Dictionary of Inequalities contains the wonder and appeal of the simplest and such a lot winning dictionaries: on taking a look up a given merchandise, the reader is perhaps intrigued and led by means of curiosity to others.
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A Dictionary of Inequalities by Peter Bullen P. S. Bullen