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I. Landau-Kolmogorov and related inequalities.- II. An inequality ascribed to Wirtinger and related results.- III. Opial's inequality.- IV. Hardy's, Carleman's and related inequalities.- V. Hilbert's and related inequalities.- VI. Inequalities of Lyapunov and of De la Vallee Poussin.- VII. Zmorovi?'s and related inequalities.- VIII. Carlson's and related inequalities.- IX. Inequalities involving kernels.- X. Convolution, rearrangement and related inequalities.- XI. Inequalities of Caplygin type.- XII. Inequalities of Gronwall type of a single variable.- XIII. Gronwall inequalities in higher dimension.- XIV. Gronwall inequalities on other spaces: discrete, functional and abstract.- XV. Integral inequalities involving functions with bounded derivatives.- XVI. Inequalities of Bernstein-Mordell type.- XVII. Methods of proofs for integral inequalities.- XVIII. Particular inequalities.- Name Index.
Series: Mathematics and Its Applications
Number Of Pages: 587
Published: 31st July 1991
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51
Weight (kg): 0.98