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 The focus of this volume is research carried out as part of the program Mathematics of Planet Earth, which provides a platform to showcase the essential role of mathematics in addressing problems of an economic and social nature and creating a context for mathematicians and applied scientists to foster mathematical and interdisciplinary developments that will be necessary to tackle a myriad of issues and meet future global economic and social challenges. Earth is a planet with dynamic processes in its mantle, oceans and atmosphere creating climate, causing natural disasters, and influencing fundamental aspects of life and lifesupporting systems. In addition to these natural processes, human activity has developed highly complex systems, including economic and financial systems; the World Wide Web; frameworks for resource management, transportation, energy production and utilization; health care delivery, and social organizations. This development has increased to the point where it impacts the stability and equilibrium in human societies. Issues such as financial and economic crisis, sustainability, management of resources, risk analysis, and global integration have come to the fore. Written by some of the world's leading specialists, this book presents the proceedings of the International Conference and Advanced School Planet Earth, Dynamics, Games and Science II, held in Lisbon, Portugal, 28 August 6 September 2013, which was organized by the International Center of Mathematics (CIM) as a partner institution of the international program Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013. The book describes the state of the art in advanced research and ultimate techniques in modeling natural, economic and social phenomena. It constitutes a tool and a framework for researchers and graduate students, both in mathematics and applied sciences, focusing mainly on dynamical systems, game theory, and applied sciences
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 eng
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 1st ed. 2015.
 Extent
 XVIII, 772 p. 141 illus., 94 illus. in color.
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 Preface
 Foreword
 1 Corruption, Inequality and Income Taxation: E. Accinelli et al
 2 Discrete Symmetric Planar Dynamics: B. Alarcón et al
 3 Decision Analysis in a Model of Sports Pricing Under Uncertain Demand: A.A. ÁlvarezLópez et al
 4 Growth Diagrams and NonSymmetric Cauchy Identities on NW (SE) Near Staircases: O. Azenhas et al
 5 Clustering Techniques Applied on CrossSectional Unemployment Data: C. Balsa et al
 6 A Note on the Dynamics of Linear Automorphisms of a Convolution Measure Algebra: A. Baraviera et al
 7 Periodic Homogenization of Deterministic Control Problems via Limit Occupational Measures: M. Bardi et al
 8 On Gradient like Properties of Population Games, Learning Models and Self Reinforced Processes: M. Benaim
 9 Wave Interaction with Floating Bodies in a Stratified Multilayer Fluid: F.S. Cal et al
 10 Shannon Switching Game and Directed Variants: A.P. Cláudio et al
 11 A Proposal to Measure the Functional Efficiency of Futures Markets: M. Consuegra et al
 12 On the Fundamental Bifurcation Theorem for Semelparous Leslie Models: J.M. Cushing
 13 Review on NonPerturbative Reducibility of QuasiPeriodically Forced Linear Flows with two Frequencies: J. Lopes Dias
 14 Collateral Versus Default History: M. Faias et al
 15 Regularity for MeanField Games Systems with InitialInitial Boundary Conditions: the Subquadratic Case: D.A. Gomes et al
 16 A Budget Setting Problem: O. Gomes
 17 Dynamic Political Effects in a Neoclassic Growth Model with Healthcare and Creative Activities: L. Guimaraes et al
 18 An Introduction to Geometric Gibbs Theory: Y. Jiang
 19 Sphere Rolling on Sphere  Alternative Approach to Kinematics and Constructive Proof of Controllability: F. Silva Leite et al
 20 The Dual Potential, the Involution Kernel and Transport in Ergodic Optimization: A. O. Lopes et al
 21 Rolling Maps for the Essential Manifold: L. Machado et al
 22 Singleton Free Set Partitions Avoiding a 3Element Set: R. Mamede
 23 Some Results on the Krein Parameters of an Association Scheme: V. Moco Mano et al
 24 A Periodic Bivariate IntegerValued Autoregressive Model: M. Monteiro et al
 25 The Macrodynamics of Employment under Uncertainty: P.R. Mota et al
 26 A State Space Model Approach for Modelling the Population Dynamics of Black Scabbardfish in Portuguese Mainland Waters: I. Natário et al
 27 Entropy and Negentropy: Applications in Game Theory: E. Oliva
 28 MicroEconometric Analysis of New Household Formation in Spain: O. Montoro Peinado
 29 An Adaptive Approach for Skin Lesion Segmentation in Dermoscopy Images Using a Multiscale Local Normalization: J. Pereira et al
 30 Chaotic Dynamics and Synchronization of von Bertalanffy's Growth Models: J. Leonel Rocha et al
 31 Three Dimensional Flows: From Hyperbolicity to QuasiStochasticity: A.A. P. Rodrigues
 32 Dengue in Madeira Island: H.S. Rodrigues et al
 33 The Number of Saturated Numerical Semi groups with a Determinate Genus: J.C. Rosales et al
 34 Modern Forecasting of NOEM Models: M. Sànchez Sánchez
 35 An Overview of Quantitative Continuous Compound Analysis: R. Santos et al
 36 Varying the Money Supply of Commercial Banks: M. Shubik et al
 37 Optimal Control of Tuberculosis: A Review: C.J. Silva et al
 38 A Bayesian Modelling of Wildfires in Portugal: G.L. Silva et al
 39 Minimum HDecompositions of Graphs and its Ramsey Version  A Survey: T. Sousa
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 Dynamics, Games and Science : International Conference and Advanced School Planet Earth, DGS II, Portugal, August 28September 6, 2013
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 International Conference and Advanced School Planet Earth, DGS II, Portugal, August 28September 6, 2013
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 edited by JeanPierre Bourguignon, Rolf Jeltsch, Alberto Adrego Pinto, Marcelo Viana
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 The focus of this volume is research carried out as part of the program Mathematics of Planet Earth, which provides a platform to showcase the essential role of mathematics in addressing problems of an economic and social nature and creating a context for mathematicians and applied scientists to foster mathematical and interdisciplinary developments that will be necessary to tackle a myriad of issues and meet future global economic and social challenges. Earth is a planet with dynamic processes in its mantle, oceans and atmosphere creating climate, causing natural disasters, and influencing fundamental aspects of life and lifesupporting systems. In addition to these natural processes, human activity has developed highly complex systems, including economic and financial systems; the World Wide Web; frameworks for resource management, transportation, energy production and utilization; health care delivery, and social organizations. This development has increased to the point where it impacts the stability and equilibrium in human societies. Issues such as financial and economic crisis, sustainability, management of resources, risk analysis, and global integration have come to the fore. Written by some of the world's leading specialists, this book presents the proceedings of the International Conference and Advanced School Planet Earth, Dynamics, Games and Science II, held in Lisbon, Portugal, 28 August 6 September 2013, which was organized by the International Center of Mathematics (CIM) as a partner institution of the international program Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013. The book describes the state of the art in advanced research and ultimate techniques in modeling natural, economic and social phenomena. It constitutes a tool and a framework for researchers and graduate students, both in mathematics and applied sciences, focusing mainly on dynamical systems, game theory, and applied sciences
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 Preface  Foreword  1 Corruption, Inequality and Income Taxation: E. Accinelli et al  2 Discrete Symmetric Planar Dynamics: B. Alarcón et al  3 Decision Analysis in a Model of Sports Pricing Under Uncertain Demand: A.A. ÁlvarezLópez et al  4 Growth Diagrams and NonSymmetric Cauchy Identities on NW (SE) Near Staircases: O. Azenhas et al  5 Clustering Techniques Applied on CrossSectional Unemployment Data: C. Balsa et al  6 A Note on the Dynamics of Linear Automorphisms of a Convolution Measure Algebra: A. Baraviera et al  7 Periodic Homogenization of Deterministic Control Problems via Limit Occupational Measures: M. Bardi et al  8 On Gradient like Properties of Population Games, Learning Models and Self Reinforced Processes: M. Benaim  9 Wave Interaction with Floating Bodies in a Stratified Multilayer Fluid: F.S. Cal et al  10 Shannon Switching Game and Directed Variants: A.P. Cláudio et al  11 A Proposal to Measure the Functional Efficiency of Futures Markets: M. Consuegra et al  12 On the Fundamental Bifurcation Theorem for Semelparous Leslie Models: J.M. Cushing  13 Review on NonPerturbative Reducibility of QuasiPeriodically Forced Linear Flows with two Frequencies: J. Lopes Dias  14 Collateral Versus Default History: M. Faias et al  15 Regularity for MeanField Games Systems with InitialInitial Boundary Conditions: the Subquadratic Case: D.A. Gomes et al  16 A Budget Setting Problem: O. Gomes  17 Dynamic Political Effects in a Neoclassic Growth Model with Healthcare and Creative Activities: L. Guimaraes et al  18 An Introduction to Geometric Gibbs Theory: Y. Jiang  19 Sphere Rolling on Sphere  Alternative Approach to Kinematics and Constructive Proof of Controllability: F. Silva Leite et al  20 The Dual Potential, the Involution Kernel and Transport in Ergodic Optimization: A. O. Lopes et al  21 Rolling Maps for the Essential Manifold: L. Machado et al  22 Singleton Free Set Partitions Avoiding a 3Element Set: R. Mamede  23 Some Results on the Krein Parameters of an Association Scheme: V. Moco Mano et al  24 A Periodic Bivariate IntegerValued Autoregressive Model: M. Monteiro et al  25 The Macrodynamics of Employment under Uncertainty: P.R. Mota et al  26 A State Space Model Approach for Modelling the Population Dynamics of Black Scabbardfish in Portuguese Mainland Waters: I. Natário et al  27 Entropy and Negentropy: Applications in Game Theory: E. Oliva  28 MicroEconometric Analysis of New Household Formation in Spain: O. Montoro Peinado  29 An Adaptive Approach for Skin Lesion Segmentation in Dermoscopy Images Using a Multiscale Local Normalization: J. Pereira et al  30 Chaotic Dynamics and Synchronization of von Bertalanffy's Growth Models: J. Leonel Rocha et al  31 Three Dimensional Flows: From Hyperbolicity to QuasiStochasticity: A.A. P. Rodrigues  32 Dengue in Madeira Island: H.S. Rodrigues et al  33 The Number of Saturated Numerical Semi groups with a Determinate Genus: J.C. Rosales et al  34 Modern Forecasting of NOEM Models: M. Sànchez Sánchez  35 An Overview of Quantitative Continuous Compound Analysis: R. Santos et al  36 Varying the Money Supply of Commercial Banks: M. Shubik et al  37 Optimal Control of Tuberculosis: A Review: C.J. Silva et al  38 A Bayesian Modelling of Wildfires in Portugal: G.L. Silva et al  39 Minimum HDecompositions of Graphs and its Ramsey Version  A Survey: T. Sousa
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 Preface  Foreword  1 Corruption, Inequality and Income Taxation: E. Accinelli et al  2 Discrete Symmetric Planar Dynamics: B. Alarcón et al  3 Decision Analysis in a Model of Sports Pricing Under Uncertain Demand: A.A. ÁlvarezLópez et al  4 Growth Diagrams and NonSymmetric Cauchy Identities on NW (SE) Near Staircases: O. Azenhas et al  5 Clustering Techniques Applied on CrossSectional Unemployment Data: C. Balsa et al  6 A Note on the Dynamics of Linear Automorphisms of a Convolution Measure Algebra: A. Baraviera et al  7 Periodic Homogenization of Deterministic Control Problems via Limit Occupational Measures: M. Bardi et al  8 On Gradient like Properties of Population Games, Learning Models and Self Reinforced Processes: M. Benaim  9 Wave Interaction with Floating Bodies in a Stratified Multilayer Fluid: F.S. Cal et al  10 Shannon Switching Game and Directed Variants: A.P. Cláudio et al  11 A Proposal to Measure the Functional Efficiency of Futures Markets: M. Consuegra et al  12 On the Fundamental Bifurcation Theorem for Semelparous Leslie Models: J.M. Cushing  13 Review on NonPerturbative Reducibility of QuasiPeriodically Forced Linear Flows with two Frequencies: J. Lopes Dias  14 Collateral Versus Default History: M. Faias et al  15 Regularity for MeanField Games Systems with InitialInitial Boundary Conditions: the Subquadratic Case: D.A. Gomes et al  16 A Budget Setting Problem: O. Gomes  17 Dynamic Political Effects in a Neoclassic Growth Model with Healthcare and Creative Activities: L. Guimaraes et al  18 An Introduction to Geometric Gibbs Theory: Y. Jiang  19 Sphere Rolling on Sphere  Alternative Approach to Kinematics and Constructive Proof of Controllability: F. Silva Leite et al  20 The Dual Potential, the Involution Kernel and Transport in Ergodic Optimization: A. O. Lopes et al  21 Rolling Maps for the Essential Manifold: L. Machado et al  22 Singleton Free Set Partitions Avoiding a 3Element Set: R. Mamede  23 Some Results on the Krein Parameters of an Association Scheme: V. Moco Mano et al  24 A Periodic Bivariate IntegerValued Autoregressive Model: M. Monteiro et al  25 The Macrodynamics of Employment under Uncertainty: P.R. Mota et al  26 A State Space Model Approach for Modelling the Population Dynamics of Black Scabbardfish in Portuguese Mainland Waters: I. Natário et al  27 Entropy and Negentropy: Applications in Game Theory: E. Oliva  28 MicroEconometric Analysis of New Household Formation in Spain: O. Montoro Peinado  29 An Adaptive Approach for Skin Lesion Segmentation in Dermoscopy Images Using a Multiscale Local Normalization: J. Pereira et al  30 Chaotic Dynamics and Synchronization of von Bertalanffy's Growth Models: J. Leonel Rocha et al  31 Three Dimensional Flows: From Hyperbolicity to QuasiStochasticity: A.A. P. Rodrigues  32 Dengue in Madeira Island: H.S. Rodrigues et al  33 The Number of Saturated Numerical Semi groups with a Determinate Genus: J.C. Rosales et al  34 Modern Forecasting of NOEM Models: M. Sànchez Sánchez  35 An Overview of Quantitative Continuous Compound Analysis: R. Santos et al  36 Varying the Money Supply of Commercial Banks: M. Shubik et al  37 Optimal Control of Tuberculosis: A Review: C.J. Silva et al  38 A Bayesian Modelling of Wildfires in Portugal: G.L. Silva et al  39 Minimum HDecompositions of Graphs and its Ramsey Version  A Survey: T. Sousa
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 1st ed. 2015.
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 XVIII, 772 p. 141 illus., 94 illus. in color.
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 Governing access note
 Use of this electronic resource may be governed by a license agreement which restricts use to the European University Institute community. Each user is responsible for limiting use to individual, noncommercial purposes, without systematically downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information, provided that all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials are retained. The use of software, including scripts, agents, or robots, is generally prohibited and may result in the loss of access to these resources for the entire European University Institute community
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