Mathematical Inequalities

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Elsevier, May 4, 2005 - Mathematics - 608 pages
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The book addresses many important new developments in the field. All the topics covered are of great interest to the readers because such inequalities have become a major tool in the analysis of various branches of mathematics.

* It contains a variety of inequalities which find numerous applications in various branches of mathematics.
* It contains many inequalities which have only recently appeared in the literature and cannot yet be found in other books.
* It will be a valuable reference for someone requiring a result about inequalities for use in some applications in various other branches of mathematics.
* Each chapter ends with some miscellaneous inequalities for futher study.
* The work will be of interest to researchers working both in pure and applied mathematics, and it could also be used as the text for an advanced graduate course.

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2 Inequalities Related to Hardys Inequality
3 OpialType Inequalities
4 Poincaré and SobolevType Inequalities
5 Levin and LyapunovType Inequalities
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Page ix - Polya in 1934 (see [ 2 ]), an enormous amount of effort has been devoted to the discovery of new types of inequalities, and to the application of inequalities in many parts of analysis.
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B.G. Pachpatte is a Professor of Mathematics at Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India. His main research interests are in the fields of differential, integral and difference equations and inequalities. Pachpatte has written a large number of research papers published in international journals; he is also an associate editor of Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Communications on Applied Nonlinear Analysis, Octagon, and Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems.

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