Advances in Inequalities for Series
Sever Silvestru Dragomir, Anthony Sofo
Nova Publishers, 2008 - Mathematics - 233 pages
This research monograph, deals with identities and inequalities relating to series and their application. This is the first volume of research monographs on advances in inequalities for series. All of the papers in this volume have been fully peer reviewed. Some papers in this volume appear in print for the first time, detailing many technical results and some other papers offer a review of a number of recently published results. The papers appear in author alphabetical order and not in mathematics subject classification. There are fifteen diverse papers in this volume each with its own speciality. An important issue in many applications of Probability Theory is finding an approximate measure of distance, or discrimination, between two probability distributions. A number of divergence measures for this purpose have been proposed.
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