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Author: Unknown

Publisher: National Academies

Keywords: sciences, mathematical, people, numbers, challenge

Number of Pages: 119

Published: 1990-01-15

eBookDB-ID: NAP:12349

A Challenge of Numbers describes the circumstances and issues centered on people in the mathematical sciences, principally students and teachers at U.S. colleges and universities. A healthy flow of mathematical talent is crucial not only to the future of U.S. mathematics but also as a keystone supporting a technological workforce. Trends in the mathematical sciences' most valuable resource--its people--are presented narratively, graphically, and numerically as an information base for policymakers and for those interested in the people in this not very visible, but critical profession.

54501

Author: SAS Publishing

Publisher: SAS Publishing

Keywords: programming, mathematical, guide, user, sas

Number of Pages: 1197

Published: 2007-01-01

ISBN-10: 1599942739

ISBN-13: 9781599942735

This title covers the major features of how to use the mathematical programming procedures in enhanced SAS/OR software Released Feb 2007. With these procedures, you can solve linear and mixed integer programs, network flow programs, quadratic programs, and nonlinear programs. This guide serves as the primary documentation for all the mathematical programming (optimization), such as the OPTMODEL, LP, NETFLOW, NLP, and OPTQP procedures.

14642

Author: SAS Publishing

Publisher: SAS Publishing

Keywords: programming, mathematical, guide, user, sas

Number of Pages: 802

Published: 2004-05-26

ISBN-10: 1590475275

ISBN-13: 9781590475270

This title covers the major features of how to use the mathematical programming procedures in SAS/OR software.

34851

Author: SAS Publishing

Publisher: SAS Publishing

Keywords: programming, version, mathematical, guide, user, sas

Number of Pages: 563

Published: 1999-12

ISBN-10: 1580254918

ISBN-13: 9781580254915

Optimize operations such as production, inventory, distribution, sales, logistics, facility location, and many more operations of your business using mathematical programming and SAS/OR software.

26249

Author: Eric S. Lander

Publisher: National Academies

Keywords: sciences, molecular, biology, mathematical, applications, secrets, life, calculating

Number of Pages: 308

Published: 1995

eBookDB-ID: NAP:13100

In this first-ever survey of the partnership between mathematics and biology, leading experts look at how mathematical research and methods have made possible important discoveries in biology. Explores how differential geometry, topology, and differential mechanics have allowed researchers to "wind" and "unwind" DNA's double helix to understand the phenomenon of supercoiling. Explains how mathematical tools are revealing the workings of enzymes and proteins. Describes how mathematicians are detecting echoes from the origin of life by applying the stochastic and statictical theory to the study

3277

Author: SAS Publishing

Publisher: SAS Publishing

Keywords: programming, mathematical, guide, user, sas

Number of Pages: 1209

Published: 2007-08

ISBN-10: 1599944952

ISBN-13: 9781599944951

This title covers the major features of the mathematical programming procedures in enhanced SAS/OR software released in August 2007. With these procedures, you can solve linear and mixed integer programs, network flow programs, quadratic programs, and nonlinear programs. This guide serves as the primary documentation for the mathematical programming (optimization) procedures, including the established LP, INTPOINT, NETFLOW, and NLP procedures along with the newer OPTMODEL, OPTLP, OPTMILP, and OPTQP procedures. A new suite of optimization solvers is also documented.

21062

Author: American Mathematical Society

Publisher: National Academies

Keywords: science, national, nsf, contract, foundation, columbia, city, york, new, university, council, research, mathematics, applied, training, conference, sponsored, american, nationaly, society, mathematical, proceedings

Number of Pages: 208

Published: 1953*

eBookDB-ID: NAP:12350

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