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Mathematics
  • Author:
    V. N. Fomin
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    0792352874
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    978-0792352877
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    Springer; 1 edition (May 1, 1999)
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    1 pages
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    Mathematics
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Undergraduate level mathematics that includes: Calculus (both single and multi-dimensional), Linear Algebra, Probability theory and Mathematical Statistics, Ordinary Differential Equations. The course has been designed to convey to the students how mathematics can be used in the modern micro and macro economic analysis. Emphasis is placed on the model-building techniques, methods of solution and economic interpretations. Topics studied comprise the following: differential equations, dynamic pro gramming, optimal control theory and stochastic processes