Symmetry in Mathematical Analysis and Applications
Rodino, Luigi (editor)
This book appeals to scientists, teachers and graduate students in mathematics, and will be of interest for scholars in applied sciences as well, in particular in medicine, biology and social sciences. The models in this connection apply, in particular, to the study of the immune system response and to the predator–prey dynamic. The efficiency of public transport is also considered and blast waves in explosions are studied. Other contributions concern pure mathematics, in particular Pythagorean means, sequences of matrices and Markov chains, and these give evidence of deep links with Symmetry.
Keywordsparadox of enrichment; prey–predator system; persistence of predators; extinction of predators; blast waves; non-ideal gas; Rankine–Hugoniot conditions; magnetogasdynamics; dynamic model; immune system response; immune cells; abnormal cells; nonlinear ordinary differential equations; stability; diet; Aggregation dynamic system; Discrete system; Epidemic model; Cauchy’s interlacing theorem; Output-feedback control; Stability; Antistable/Stable matrix; onboard comfort level; Markow chain; bus passenger occupancy prediction; Chebyshev inequality; Tracy-Singh product; continuous field of operators; Bochner integral; weighted Pythagorean mean
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
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Mathematics & science