By Peter M. Gruber (Auth.)

One target of this guide is to survey convex geometry, its many ramifications and its kinfolk with different components of arithmetic. As such it's going to be a useful gizmo for the professional. A moment target is to provide a high-level advent to so much branches of convexity and its functions, exhibiting the foremost principles, equipment and effects. This point may still make it a resource of idea for destiny researchers in convex geometry. The guide can be important for mathematicians operating in different components, in addition to for econometrists, computing device scientists, crystallographers, physicists and engineers who're trying to find geometric instruments for his or her personal paintings. particularly, mathematicians focusing on optimization, useful research, quantity thought, chance idea, the calculus of adaptations and all branches of geometry may still make the most of this instruction manual

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