Good. 1968 Hardcover First edition. illus. viii, 141 p. Former Library book. Revision of lectures originally delivered at the University of Kentucky during Nov., 1966.; Includes bibliographies. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Publisher: University of Kentucky Press Date of Publication: 1968 Binding: soft cover Edition: Condition: Very Good Description: Some wear to covers. No markings in book. Binding is tight. Focusing on control theory, invariant imbedding, dynamic programming, and quasi-linearization, he describes briefly and informally how these techniques may be applied to resolve problems in many areas of mathematics. Emphasized throughout is the operational point of view of mathematical analysis, of providin.
Fine in very good dust jacket. viii, 141 p. illus. 23 cm. Includes Illustrations. Revision of lectures originally delivered at the University of Kentucky during Nov., 1966. Includes bibliographies. Book appears in near mint, unread condition with a small tear to top edge of DJ.
UsedGood. Softcover trade, surplus library copy with the usual stampings; light wear, light fading to exterior; reference number label on spine; otherwise in go od condition with clean text, firm binding.
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