The calculus of variations is a classical area of mathematical analysis yet its myriad applications in science and technology continue to keep it an active area of research. Encompassing two volumes, this set brings together leading experts who focus on critical point theory, differential equations, and the variational aspects of optimal control. The books cover monotonicity, nonlinear optimization, the impossible pilot wave, the Lavrentiev phenomenon, and elliptic problems.It is important to remember that IT system continuity (ITSC) and disaster recovery planning are ongoing, repeatable activities utilizing ... and describes, on a step- by-step basis, exactly how to recover the application from a worst case (i.e., total loss of data center) scenario. ... In the event of an unplanned shut down, how long will it take to recover (recovery time objective, or RTO) the system, infrastructure, or service? ... Yesa Noa Does vendor have documented disaster recovery plans?
|Title||:||Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control/Differential Equations Set|
|Author||:||Alexander Ioffe, Simeon Reich, I Shafrir|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-07-16|