## Angebote zu "Theorem" (4 Treffer)

### Squeeze Theorem

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In calculus, the squeeze theorem (known also as the pinching theorem, the sandwich theorem, the sandwich rule and sometimes the squeeze lemma) is a theorem regarding the limit of a function. The squeeze theorem is a technical result which is very important in proofs in calculus and mathematical analysis. It is typically used to confirm the limit of a function via comparison with two other functions whose limits are known or easily computed. It was first used geometrically by the mathematicians Archimedes and Eudoxus in an effort to compute , and was formulated in modern terms by Gauss. In Italy, Russia and France, the squeeze theorem is also known as the two carabinieri theorem, two militsioner theorem or two gendarmes theorem. The story is that if two police officers are holding a prisoner between them, and both the officers are going to the cells, the prisoner must also be going to the cells.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.09.2020

### Fundamentals and Principles of Artifacts Science

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This is the first book covering original information on the mathematical science of such the artifacts as 3M&amp;I-body system, in which '3M' means human, material/machine, money, and 'I' means the information/method in nature versus artifacts. This book is the product of industrial engineering versus Wiener's cybernetics challenge for a half-century. For 3M&amp;I-body, there are two approaches of artificial intelligence/IoT (internet of things) and Matsui's matrix/3D to systemization and control. The former is the analogical and visual approach to real entity. The latter is the digital and logical approach to system decision and is applied to the robotics of bodies. The mathematical science of a body is well constructed from the algebra, geometry, analysis, and control on Matsui's equation, toward the sandwich and balancing propositions of bodies. The sandwich issues propose the squeeze or pinching theorem in mathematics at the 3M&amp;I-body, and the balancing issues propose the principle of balancing and invisible collaboration of bodies, beginning from the work of Archimedes. This book contributes to the integration of knowledge and intelligence in science and facilitate the realization of the cyber/real-world , such as the enterprise robot, cloud-coordinated supply-chain management (SCM), and smart cities in the near future.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020

### Fundamentals and Principles of Artifacts Science

60,50 € *
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This is the first book covering original information on the mathematical science of such the artifacts as 3M&amp;I-body system, in which '3M' means human, material/machine, money, and 'I' means the information/method in nature versus artifacts. This book is the product of industrial engineering versus Wiener's cybernetics challenge for a half-century. For 3M&amp;I-body, there are two approaches of artificial intelligence/IoT (internet of things) and Matsui's matrix/3D to systemization and control. The former is the analogical and visual approach to real entity. The latter is the digital and logical approach to system decision and is applied to the robotics of bodies. The mathematical science of a body is well constructed from the algebra, geometry, analysis, and control on Matsui's equation, toward the sandwich and balancing propositions of bodies. The sandwich issues propose the squeeze or pinching theorem in mathematics at the 3M&amp;I-body, and the balancing issues propose the principle of balancing and invisible collaboration of bodies, beginning from the work of Archimedes. This book contributes to the integration of knowledge and intelligence in science and facilitate the realization of the cyber/real-world , such as the enterprise robot, cloud-coordinated supply-chain management (SCM), and smart cities in the near future.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020