# Showing papers in "The Mathematical Gazette in 1981"

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TL;DR: This book describes the development of a dynamic method for earthquake engineering equivolent staic lateral force method - uniform Building Code 1994 dynamic method - Uniform Building Code - 1994.

Abstract: Part I: structures modelled as a single degree-of-freedom system undamped single degree-of-freedom system damped single degree-of-freedom system response of one-degree-of-freedom system to haarmonic loading response to general dynamic loading Fourier analysis and response in the frequency domain generalized co-ordinates and Rayleigh's method nonlinear structural response response spectra. Part II: structures modelled as shear buildings the multistory shear building free vibration of a shear building forced motion of shear buildings damped motion of shear buildings reduction of dynamic matrices. Part III: framed structures modeled as discrete multidegree-of-freedom systems dynamic analysis of beams dynamic analysis of plane frames dynamic anaylsis of grids three-dimensional frames dynamic analysis of trusses time history response of multidegree-of-freedom systems. Part IV: structures modelled with distributed properties dynamic analysis of systems with distributed properties discretization of continuous systems. Part V: introduction to finite element method dynamic analysis of plates dynamic analysis of shells dynamic analysis of three-dimensional solid structures. Part VI: random vibration. Part VII: earthquake engineering equivolent staic lateral force method - uniform Building Code 1994 dynamic method - uniform Building Code - 1994.

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors introduce set-valued analysis and convex analysis, as well as set-valued analysis and the Fourier transform of functions of one variable.

Abstract: The Projection Theorem. Theorems on Extension and Separation. Dual Spaces and Transposed Operators. The Banach Theorem and the Banach-Steinhaus Theorem. Construction of Hilbert Spaces. L ~ 2 Spaces and Convolution Operators. Sobolev Spaces of Functions of One Variable. Some Approximation Procedures in Spaces of Functions. Sobolev Spaces of Functions of Several Variables and the Fourier Transform. Introduction to Set-Valued Analysis and Convex Analysis. Elementary Spectral Theory. Hilbert-Schmidt Operators and Tensor Products. Boundary Value Problems. Differential-Operational Equations and Semigroups of Operators. Viability Kernels and Capture Basins. First-Order Partial Differential Equations. Selection of Results. Exercises. Bibliography. Index.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the multivariate normal distribution is used for principal component analysis and multivariate analysis of covariance and related topics, as well as multi-dimensional scaling and cluster analysis.

Abstract: Part One. Multivariate distributions. Preliminary data analysis. Part Two: Finding new underlying variables. Principal component analysis. Factor analysis. Part Three: Procedures based on the multivariate normal distribution. The multivariate normal distribution. Procedures based on normal distribution theory. The multivariate analysis of variance. The multivariate analysis of covariance and related topics. Part Four: Multi-dimensional scaling and cluster analysis. Multi-dimensional scaling. Cluster analysis.

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