5 edition of Mathematical theory in Soviet planning found in the catalog.
by Oxford University Press for the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
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|Pagination||xiv, 464 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||464|
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: In the mathematical appendix to Best Use, Kantorovich goes to some length to argue that his objectively determined values are compatible with the labor theory of value, by showing that the o.d. values are proportional to the required labor in the optimal plan. (He begins by assuming away the famous problem of equating different kinds of labor.). Communist methods of planning after the mids entered a state of flux, and the highly centralized administrative type of planning inherited after World War II from the Soviet Union by all the newly established communist states underwent considerable modifications. In Yugoslavia planners followed policies very different from those of the Soviet model, and differences also emerged in the Missing: Mathematical theory.
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Mathematical theory in Soviet planning. London ; New York: Oxford University Press for the Royal Institute of International Affairs, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Zauberman. Abstract. Planning, as it is carried out in socialist states, is a very complicated series of social and economic measures.
Statistical and mathematical methods occupy only an auxiliary and subsidiary place — though an important one — within these : V. Nemchinov. Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Pure Mathematics, Applied, Geometry & Topology, Mathematical Analysis, Study & Teaching, History & more at everyday low prices.
The Problem of Efficiency in the Soviet Economy: Utilization of Resources The Inadequacies of Enterprise Accounting The Problem of Value and Prices Calculations of Rate of Return and Investment Choices The Use of Mathematical Methods Book Edition: 1.
the Soviet economy where brilliant scholar-leaders are solving a horde of simultaneous equations, pausing intermittently to issue the orders that mathematical solutions say will optimize something or other.” “Ideology and Science in the Soviet Union: Recent Developments,” by Gustav A. Wetter. Daedalus, (vol.
89, no. 3) Summerpp. Each volume in Advances in Soviet Mathematics is compiled by a leading specialist in a particular area of mathematics and consists of high-quality articles written by world-class mathematicians from Russia. Titles published after Volume 21 appear as a subseries (now entitled Advances in the Mathematical Sciences) in the book series, American.
The Mathematics and Its Applications book series was launched in Up to the end oftitles had been published in various subseries which were geographically oriented: West Series - formerly Main Series Mathematical theory in Soviet planning book, Soviet Series (MASS), East European Series (MAEE), Chinese Series (MACA) and Japanese Series (MAJA).
Mathematical Theory of Adaptive Control Vladimir G. Sragovich, Jan Spalinski The theory of adaptive control is concerned with construction of strategies so that the controlled system behaves in a desirable way, without assuming the complete knowledge of the system.
Soviet Mathematics and Dialectics in the Stalin Era Alexander Vucinich Oxford St., Apt. 1, Berkeley, California Stalinist philosophers and other champions of Marxist theory argued against the modern trend in the mathematization of science.
They. The book covers all subjects of the mathematical theory of elasticity. It contains material which forms the basis for structural analysis and design.
Numerous problems illustrate the text and somewhat complete it. Along with classical problems, they include cases of practical significance.
This theory is now well known as the Physical Theory of Diffraction (PTD). The first results of PTD were collected in the book: Ufimtsev, Method of Edge Waves in the Physical Theory of Diffraction, Soviet Radio, Moscow, Alma mater: Odessa State University.
Tsunami swept over the Russian mathematical community in after publication of the complete shorthand notes of the meetings of the notorious Emergency Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR on the case of Academician Luzin .Soon the article  appeared in the USA which revealed the personal testimony of G.
Lorentz (–) about the mathematical life of that time in. List of mathematical theories. Jump to navigation Jump to search This is a list of mathematical theories. Algebraic K-theory Type theory. Soviet media theory looks similar like authoritarian theory but the core part is different from each other.
In authoritarian theory is a one way communication, there is no feedback allowed from the public but in Soviet media theory is a two way communication at the same time the whole media is controlled or works under the leadership.
The introductory part of this book briefly describes the popularity of mathematics in Soviet Russia. It touches on Russian mathematical circles and generally how society in Russia took to mathematics in a good way. A particular passage caught my eyes: "The Math Movement had its Grandmasters, who were highly esteemed.
He authored several books including The Mathematical Method of Production Planning and Organization (Russian original ), The Best Uses of Economic Resources (Russian original ), and, with Vladimir Ivanovich Krylov, Approximate methods of higher analysis (Russian original ).
For his work, Kantorovich was awarded the Stalin Prize in In Marchresearchers of the Mathematical Institute of the Soviet Academy of Sciences in Moscow were preparing a comprehensive book-length survey of the entire mathematical discipline, Mathematics, Its Con-tent, Methods, and Meaning.
An Institute-wide ‘philosophy seminar’, whoseFile Size: KB. Each volume in Advances in Soviet Mathematics is compiled by a leading specialist in a particular area of mathematics and consists of high-quality articles written by world-class mathematicians from Russia.
(now entitled Advances in the Mathematical Sciences) in the book series, American Mathematical Society Translations Series 2. He came up with the mathematical technique known as linear programming (), to be used in economic planning.
In his book The Mathematical Method of Production Planning and Organization, Kantorovich illustrates that all problems of economic distribution can be understood as maximizing a function dependent on limitations. In this book, Nell carefully considers Soviet theory and practice, and draws out the lessons that Soviet planners learned.
Each chapter considers one theory; the experience in the Soviet Union of policies based on this theory, and the reforms that planners implemented as the system evolved as well as in response to changes in the local and. 3. Because the foundations of mathematics is relevant to philosophy.
1. If you plan to become a logician, then you will need this material to understand more advanced work in the subject. 2. Set theory is useful in any area of math dealing with uncountable sets; model theory is closely related to algebra. Questions about decidability come up.Books about all areas of mathematics including the history of mathematics, recreational mathematics, and any other book exploring the wonders of math.
Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.Soviet-type economic planning (STP) is the specific model of centralized planning employed by Marxist–Leninist socialist states modeled on the economy of the Soviet Union (USSR).
Although there was significant variation among these economies, Soviet-type planning and Soviet-type economies refers to the major structural characteristics common.