Classical and New Inequalities in Analysis
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Classical and New Inequalities in Analysis

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  • Hardback | 740 pages
  • 160 x 236.2 x 48.3mm | 1,179.35g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1993 ed.
  • XVIII, 740 p.
  • 0792320646
  • 9780792320647
  • 2,329,570

Table of contents

Preface. Organization of the Book. Notations. I. Convex Functions and Jensen's Inequality. II. Some Recent Results Involving Means. III. Bernoulli's Inequality. IV. Cauchy's and Related Inequalities. V. Hoelder and Minkowski Inequalities. VI. Generalized Hoelder and Minkowski Inequalities. VII. Connections Between General Inequalities. VIII. Some Determinantal and Matrix Inequalities. IX. Cebysev's Inequality. X. Gruss' Inequality. XI. Steffensen's Inequality. XII. Abel's and Related Inequalities. XIII. Some Inequalities for Monotone Functions. XIV. Young's Inequality. XV. Bessel's Inequality. XVI. Cyclic Inequations. XVII. The Centroid Method in Inequalities. XVII. Triangle Inequalities. XVIII. Norm Inequalities. XIX. More on Norm Inequalities. XX. Gram's Inequality. XXI. Frejer-Jackson's Inequalities and Related Results. XXII. Mathieu's Inequality. XXIII. Shannon's Inequality. XXIV. Turan's Inequality from the Power Sum Theory. XXV. Continued Fractions and Pade Approximation Method. XXVI. Quasilinearization Methods for Proving Inequalities. XXVIII. Dynamic Programming and Functional Equation Approaches to Inequalities. XXIX. Interpolation Inequalities. XXX. Minimax Inequalities. Name Index.
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` This is an excellent book that seems to prove that there is no possibility of a last word on equalities. All in all this is a book that everyone working with inequalities should have. '
Mathematical Reviews, 94c
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