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Remarks on New Mathematical Problems Arising in the Context Of Information Technology

  • A. Bensoussan
Part of the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry book series (ECMI, volume 6)

Abstract

Interaction between Computer Science and Mathematics has evolved considerably. We discuss here some features which have been emerging, among the main ones.

Keywords

Cellular Automaton Discrete Event System Standard Wiener Process Haar System Wavelet System 
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